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The Park New Delhi features a stunning interior concept by British designers Conran & Partners, playing upon modern concepts of movement and transparency. Originally opening in 1987 and recently updated, the 220-room hotel offers a mix of Eastern hospitality and Western chic. The richness of the Indian visual tradition and globally inspired minimalist design span the hotel's public and private spaces.
MADE BY ORIGINAL
It took a devoted art collector and design aficionado to revolutionize India’s hotel industry. Priya Paul, the chairperson of Apeejay Surrendra Park Hotels in India, tapped into her strong artistic sensibility and educational experiences in the West to create India’s first and only collection of contemporary luxury boutique hotels. Studying at both Wellesley College and the Harvard Business School in the United States, Paul has won many hospitality awards, including honors for incorporating art and high-function design into her hotels.
ARCHITECTURE & DESIGN
The Park New Delhi design concept involves the five elements of earth, water, fire, air, and space. Inspired by the ancient Hindu philosophy of constructing buildings that create balance between man and nature, the Park mixes rich Indian traditional design elements with minimalism. In the lobby guests encounter a breathtakingly arced white space while façades of white glass let in abundant light. A curtain of glass beads plays with this light, transforming it into something both hypnotic and calming at the same time. Curved customized sculptural sofas, rugs, and hot-pink illumination, as well as a subtly placed projection screen that displays a specially commissioned work by British video artist Daniel Brown, provide an edgy, contemporary art feel.