7th establishment for Okko Hotels designed by Patrick Norguet with an elegant and functional approach!
The designer Patrick Norguet values perfection in his work providing an unbelievable attention to detail and aesthetics of an object. Over the past 12 years the designer has engraved his name on the international design scene with its strokes of precision, determination and discretion.
Norguet considers himself an industrial designer whose sensibility of products and sense of detail allow no confrontation with the rules of good taste.
In eight years of collaboration with Olivier Devys, Norguet has been around the innovative design concept of Okko Hotels, the 4-star hotels in the heart of Paris. Today, a 7th establishment was designed with an elegant and functional approach.
The Club features no less than 149 rooms and nestles comfortably in a sculptural building signed by Jean-Michel Wilmotte which includes glazed curtain walls decorated with a fritted pattern. Okko Hotels are the ideal stopover for a business trip or an extended stay in the capital of fashion.
The french designer opt to recreate a colorful and homely aesthetic focusing on simple lines with soft, curving edges and splashes of color that liven up the space without exagerating it.
A lounge-like space aims to replace typical living spaces such as the lobby, conference room and bar with dedicated workstations, communal dining tables, elegant bookshelves and a comfort area with various food and drinks to offer.
Comfortable seating areas were introduced to the project not only to enable relaxation or casual working but also divide up the Club’s large floor area. A bold color pallet enhances the vibrant feel of the overall interior design.
The bedroom designs are softer featuring glazed bathroom pods that are either wrapped in gauzy curtains or louvered screens to ensure privacy.
To enclose storage areas in the corner of the rooms, heavy curtains were placed across the full-height windows.