Ella Ramsden, Buying and Design Administrative Assistant
We are delighted to finally show you the first images of Mondrian’s interior by British designer Tom Dixon.
Mondrian is the only client we have produced a uniform for without having the interior as a reference point. But it has been worth the wait! We have now delivered our uniform over to the hotel, where they are now hanging in anticipation for the launch.
When the Sea Containers was built in 1978 by the American architect Warren Platner, it was intended to be a luxury hotel, however it became offices. That is, until its transformation into the Mondrian London!
A few months ago our Director, Jane Porter, had a personal tour of the Mondrian and she tried her best to describe the stunning effect of the interior, ‘it blew me away!’ but to finally see the photographs is very exciting. The next step will be seeing our uniform on the Hotel staff, in its intended setting.
So without further ado, here are the stunning images of the Mondrian London’s interior.