Leading venue and caterer Doltone House this week unveiled architect Koichi Takada’s artist impressions of the new Doltone House, Hyde Park.
The new venue will be located in Elizabeth Street in Sydney with an expected opening of early 2013.
Koichi Takada Architects is a young and innovative practice that has developed a wide range of interiors in Sydney’s hospitality, residential and cultural venues. Takada’s designs are innovative and refined.
The design includes a sweeping staircase of double stitched black leather, gold mirrors and intricate tiling creating a luxe interior, along with purpose made unique crystal chandeliers representing a modern interpretation of old-world glamour in the main ballroom.
The Hyde Park Ballroom will blend heritage features of the grand arched windows, three stunning sandstone fireplaces, with a dramatic contrast of black and gold highlights. The use of rich black and metallic tones is offset with neutral creams to give a fresh, clean and unquestionably sophisticated elegance.
The contemporary elegance is transpired to the Manhattan and Avenue Rooms and offers a lighter palette of creams combined with sapphire blue in New York style. Traditional hospitality meets the innovative and new to create the ultimate in contemporary chic.
Doltone House executive chairman, Paul Signorelli, said they were delighted with the first stage of the design process and “we are now working closely with Koichi Takada for its implementation.”
The venue itself boasts five metre high ceilings with an abundance of natural light via floor to ceiling spectacular windows and uninterrupted views of Sydney’s Hyde Park.
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