Design & Production Hotelroom for Fashion Hotel Modez
The Look and Identity of a Garment in detail at Room no.07
Thomas Voorn has been commissioned to design and produce a photographic print for wallpaper and curtains as well as design bedside tables and other furnishings. The briefing was to decorate the hotelroom from floor to ceiling, using one aspect of the fashion industry; 'haberdashery'.
In the room of hotel Modez, Voorn shows the overwhelming amount of haberdashery on offer from wich a fashion designer defines every season the right look and feel of the collection in detail, to finish off the garments.
"...The 'identity' of for example a jacket finished with wooden buttons changes when you finish it with a zipper or golden buttons or velcro, the same garment gets a whole different look. These detailed choices determine for some part who will finally wants to buy and wear that particular garment.."
Voorn creates an overview of beads, press studs, buttons, zippers, applications, leather elbow patches, needles, thread and pins as pattern. Each item has been photographed and incorporated piece by piece into one unique wallpaper print of 24 metres. Colourful bias band as skirting board flows over into a print of threads, alternated by pins and buttons that seem to be swept from wall to ceiling. A ceiling that is covered by a print of scattered buttons. Bedside tables as sewing boxes, with a ladder to reach the top shelf..
Wake up in a colourful sea of threads, buttons, beads, zippers, bias band and buckles. Look at all different sorts of haberdashery and details on the walls and ceiling. Voorn created a contemporary clash & match of colours, shapes and details on the walls, chairs, nightstands, lamps and curtains in hotelroom no.07.
Nightstands produced in collaboration with Vervolmaken
You are welcome to Contact the studio regarding custom made wallpaper designs or to get Thomas Voorn on board for your project