Qbic Hotel London City, is a new boutique hotel based in the East End of London at 42 Adler Street, London. A brand new concept the second of two hotels. The first hotel is based in Amsterdam.
ATADesigns was commissioned by Paul Rinkens to design a mural for their lounge and restaurant area, and also worked closely with LabordusProjects to create designs for Qbic’s vending machines and kiosks.
- Mural: “Mind the Gap” mural. Inspiration drawn from “Urban London” collaboration mural.
- Mural size: 241cm (height) x 900cm (width)
- Material: Print on non-woven fabric backed vinyl and have a rating of Class 0 & 1 as defined by the building regulations of 1991 and comply to BS476 Part 7. Suitable for all contract and commercial projects. In areas where extra hard-wearing wallpapers are necessary.
We are privileged to have worked on this project, Qbic Hotel London City is a great concept, and we love their ethos of sustainability
Visit: Qbic Hotel London City
For behind the scenes of the Qbic concept, visit: The making of the Cubi at Qbic Hotel London
Further information about Qbic’s ethos, download Qbic Hotel London City press release
Visit our blog: Qbic Hotel: Meet the Designers to find out who else is involved the project.
Photos by ATADesigns and Blacksheep