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Cambridge Garden Moat House, Cambridge

NH Hotel Kensington

Nottingham Belfry Hotel, Nottingham

The Roehampton Club, London

Huf Haus, London

Le Manoir aux Quat' Saisons, Oxfordshire

 

 

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Cambridge Garden Moat House

The Garden House Hotel is currently being refurbished & is due to complete in early 2007. The bedrooms have two schemes – each has a photographic image of bicycles, which we sourced and digitally altered to co-ordinate with the design scheme. They have been printed onto acrylic panels and hung on the walls. Meanwhile in the reception the predominant colour scheme is red and so we commissioned contemporary paintings and sculptures to compliment the surroundings.

Outside the entrance of the hotel we installed two large stone sculptures and two giant planters by Jeremy Guy.

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Photos of Marston Nottingham Belfry

NH Hotel Kensington


The NH, Kensington is a very contemporary design hotel newly refurbished in a traditional red brick building. In the restaurant the wall at the far end was the perfect area for a piece of art with impact, it is also visible through glass screens from the reception.

We printed a large image of a passionflower onto vinyl and applied it to the entire wall. In the bar area we commissioned a light box with another floral photographic image and in the corridors we used images supplied by Annie Philips which were also printed on vinyl and installed at the end of the corridors and applied to the doors themselves so that they created artworks themselves and added a splash of colour.

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Nottingham Belfry Hotel

The Marston Nottingham Belfry is a new 110 bedroom hotel which opened in January 2006. LMB Arts were the sole Art Consultants to the project and we worked closely with Marston Hotels to draw on the history of Nottingham for inspiration. In the reception area, for example, Raleigh bicycles provided the inspiration for the wheel imagery in the textile hanging, large black & white vintage photos and small models in box frames. Whilst in the bedrooms the artwork is unframed canvases with a contemporary lace design - utilising Nottingham's lacemaking industrial history.

The Bar & Restaurant were named after D H Lawrence & Lady Chatterley. In the bar we sourced a film still from the 1950s film of Lady Chatterley's Lover and blew it up to 5 metres wide, printed it on vinyl and applied it to the wall. In the restaurant local fine art students were commissioned to produce paintings based on Lawrence's novels.

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The Roehampton Club

The Roehampton Club is a sports club dating back to the early 1900's, however in 2003 the clubhouse was entirely refurbished to modernise the facilities and decor.

In the reception and reading room we created large scale digital prints using the club's own photographs of events held at the club over the years. A large scale tennis racket was also created to frame the pigeonhole unit.

In the restaurant and sports bar, sporting and Roehampton imagery was photographed and designed to create a variety of digital canvasses.

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Photos of Marston Nottingham Belfry

"LMB Arts have been involved with The Roehampton Club during the refurbishment of the clubhouse. We found them to be reliable, efficient and creative. I would have no hesitation in recommending this company for similar future projects."
Joyce Toumey, Company Secretary, Roehampton Club

Huf Haus, London

This development in Dulwich village in London was one of the first in the UK by German housebuilder Huf Haus. The houses themselves are mainly glass and wood and the design spec for the showhouse interior was to contemporary and funky.

In the living room we supplied a painted canvas, framed monoprint and large photographic print mounted on an aluminium panel. In the diningroom we installed a vivid digital canvas to inject colour into the room and in the master bedroom two canvasses were supplied to co-ordinate with the scheme.

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Le Manoir aux Quat' Saisons, Oxfordshire

Le Manoir Aux Quat' Saisons is the world-famous hotel and two-starred Michelin Restaurant. We worked with Monsieur Raymond Blanc to select and source suitable works of art for the most recent superior bedrooms.

In "Dovecote" we commissioned textile artist Sharon Ting to produce a triptych hanging; for "Cameo" we purchased a series of 18th century Italian embroideries and for the end of the corridor an antique Venetian mirror. Antique lace was purchased and framed for "Lace", a 1920's costume design for "Rouge et Noir" and a set of small African figurines were bought and positioned on blocks of wood in "Sandalwood".

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Photos of Marston Nottingham Belfry

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