HotelsLondon’s Iconic Café Royal Gets Artistic Makeover from Atelier 27

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Art advisory firm Atelier 27 has curated a major artwork collection for London’s iconic Café Royal hotel.

Courtesy of Cafe Royal

The five-star hotel, founded in 1863 by a French wine merchant, has been a landmark in the capital’s social scene for over a century, and Atelier 27’s styling pays tribute to its exceptional identity and honours its history, through an audacious yet refined selection of more than 600 art works and 2000 decorative objects. Atelier 27 collaborated with a wide range of British talents to enhance the classic atmosphere of the hotel with a modern twist.

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Atelier 27 @ Cafe Royal -photo by Karel Balas

Atelier 27 combines art, craft and design, analysing a place’s history and culture in order to create a unique art and styling collection. Created by Joséphine Fossey and Florence Lipszyc, Atelier 27 has previously styled Lutetia, Paris; the Royal Atlantis, Dubai; Hôtel de Paris, Monaco; St Regis Astana, Kazakhstan; private villas in Hong Kong, palaces in Suadi Arabia and many more.

Atelier 27 – Joséphine Fossey and Florence Lipszyc

READ MORE ABOUT ATELIER 27 AND THE CAFÉ ROYAL IN THE NEXT ISSUE OF ARTS AND COLLECTIONS MAGAZINE, PUBLISHED NOVEMBER 2019.

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