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伦敦最美丽的精品酒店的设计理念

(2009-11-27 22:31:34)
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翻译;大连翻译职业学院英语学院07应用英语2班  李娜

    对于这个设计可以用一个单词来形容,这个设计遵循一个公式:无聊。风格是关于违反规定的,取决于你的冲动,采取的机会,看是什么在起作用。至少它对于大卫卡特是这样的,著名的英国设计师,他最近在伦敦市中心的精品酒店炫耀他的安妮女王排屋。当它是他的私人住宅,卡特的折衷,但良好的策划设计,一直吸引着他的客人们的眼球,但经过了一系列的时尚写真拍摄,有些好莱坞明星和几十个(奥兰多布鲁姆和海伦米伦,仅举几例)都喜欢上他的大厅,他意识到空间已是真正潜力就像一种奢侈的目标一样。

     经过12年的改建和装修年,卡特开放40使眼色酒店(英国表达式小睡片刻的空间),与创造型人才给予的机会,留在最没有五星级酒店的目标价格优势标签。成功,现在已经迷惑酒店是适合于制造商的风格,但仍然是一个最热的地方,感觉像在家。

     卡特是通过他的恒星设计,揭示了我们在任何空间混合的复杂和性格的秘密。

    违反规定有一点乐趣“对我来说,最成功的工作,具有强烈的情感共鸣。这不仅是走出去,购买昂贵的家具和图片的问题,而是它展示你喜欢的东西,“卡特说。因此,不是每个房间都设计渲染出特别的趋势,主题或一段时间内,他组织根据情绪的空间,融合与乐趣,偏心和俗气古典家具和旧世界的一面。这也许是最混合在音乐室,在一个中立的调色板和传统的马车是由英国国旗饮誉枕头和甲壳虫乐队的鼓了明显的葡萄酒商店在伦敦成立。说:“贵妃被低估,优雅,”卡特说。 “英国国旗是相当舌半开玩笑。这两者之间的,轻松有趣,直观的关系。我并不想创造历史的是正确的,沉闷的museumlike内饰。我想让它感到幸福和快乐。“

    使用自然光(或缺乏),以戏剧,而不是建立在家庭的照明挑战的烦恼,卡特拥抱他们。 “这房子面临正南,以及音乐室是绝对灯光淹没。它成为lanternlike,“他说。而不是锻炼的情况,他陶醉了一个清纯,空灵的影响与关闭亮度白色的墙壁和新鲜,光地毯。他也使用较少的空间格局(即现在的他白天起居室),而房子的休息。相反,一个绿色的客厅,这让小自然光,无数的功能模式,是沉重的面料和诱人的通过和通过。房间从而成为“cocoonlike”洞穴;卡特形容为“鸦片烟馆别致它。凭借其人造熊皮和豹”抛出,深绿色和金壁处理和花边胸衣灯,看起来很奇怪过度迷人。 “这是可爱有一所房子,我可以探索不同的气氛,”卡特说。他说:“很轻,房间的光芒,是奇妙高兴。然后还有更黑暗,更神秘,诱人的空间,您可以蜷着身子读一本书或感觉舒适和聊天。“

      普通口音能够团结在一个空间,不同的房间,以便兼收并蓄,卡特用同样的配件,以配合不同房间的一起。虽然亮白色的主卧室似乎是截然相反的鸦片登启发的绿色客厅,粉红色的紧身衣的性感是在两个房间发现灯创建一个共同的线索。同样,几乎每间客房均具有戏剧性的雕塑镜子。反射镜可以从一个房间不同的房间,但每个作为一个联络点,从而连接的房间。当涉及到集合,卡特建议分散你在你的家。 “我一直收集木的手,”他说。 “因此,有房子周围散落的小手手。这都是很微妙,但希望,它会引发从市民的回应。“

    卡特鼓励人们在您的空间里给出一点喘息的余地。为什么呢?地图和计划中的空间相似度高达百分之九十,但保持百分之十的设计是您的喜好。 “以你的大信封开始:墙壁和地板,”卡特说。一旦你建立了外围,就更容易看到您需要,您可以采取的机会,等待发现完美的句号,如颜色和图案的广泛的飞溅。在有光的情况下,主卧室通风情况,并与自然粉刷地板,白色墙壁和白色的床上用品,热粉红色的灯,卡特自己设计的,绿色的长椅和公正的伎俩。对于卡特,它是收尾工作是,以真正空间结束。 “这很像做饭,”他说。 “你需要的药草和香料的味道融入在菜中。这些小辣椒,多汁的时侯是令人惊讶和意外。您需要在重新配料了。“

附英语原文:

    There’s one word for design that follows a formula: boring. Style is about breaking the rules, following your impulses, taking a chance and seeing what works. At least it is to David Carter, a renowned English designer who recently turned his Queen Anne townhouse into a swank boutique hotel in the heart of London. When it was his private residence, Carter’s eclectic but well-curated design had always caught the eye of his guests, but after a number of fashion photo spreads were shot there and dozens of Hollywood stars (Orlando Bloom and Helen Mirren, to name a few) graced his halls, he realized the space had real potential as a luxury destination.

    After 12 years of renovation and decoration, Carter opened up the space as 40 Winks hotel (a British expression_r for a quick nap), with the goal of giving creative types the opportunity to stay in a cutting-edge hotel without the five-star price tag. The successful, now-glam hotel is fit for the hottest of style makers but remains a place that feels like home.

   Carter takes us through his stellar design and reveals the secrets of blending sophistication and character in any space.

Break the rules and have a little fun
 

   “For me, the most successful work has a strong emotional resonance. It’s not just a question of going out and buying expensive furniture and pictures; rather, it’s to showcase the things you love,” Carter says. So, instead of designing each room to evoke a particular trend, theme or time period, he organized spaces according to mood, blending classic furnishings and old-world touches with the fun, the eccentric and the kitschy. This blend is perhaps most obvious in the music room, where a neutral palette and a traditional chaise are jazzed up by Union Jack pillows and a Beatles drum set from vintage shops in London. “The chaise is understated and elegant,” Carter says. “The Union Jack is quite tongue-in-cheek. It’s the relationship between the two that makes it interesting visually. I’m not trying to create museumlike interiors that are historically correct and dull. I wanted it to feel happy and joyous.” 
 

Use natural light (or the lack thereof) to create drama
 

  Instead of fretting over the home’s lighting challenges, Carter embraced them. “The house faces due south, and the music room is absolutely flooded with light. It becomes lanternlike,” he says. Instead of tempering the light, he amped up the brightness with off-white walls and a fresh, light rug for an angelic, ethereal effect. He also used relatively little pattern in the space (which has now become his daytime sitting room), compared to the rest of the house. By contrast, a green drawing room, which gets little natural light, features countless patterns, heavy fabrics and is seductive through and through. The room thus becomes a “cocoonlike” cave; Carter describes it as “opium den chic.” With its faux bearskin and leopard throws, a dark-green and gold wall treatment and lacy corset lamps, the overdone look is strangely enchanting. “It’s lovely to have a house where I can explore different atmospheres,” Carter says. “There are very light rooms that glow and are wonderfully happy. Then there are darker, more mysterious, seductive spaces where you can curl up and read a book or feel cozy and chat.”
 

Common accents can unite different rooms
 

  In a space so eclectic, Carter used similar accessories to tie the varying rooms together. Though the bright-white master bedroom seems the polar opposite of the opium-den-inspired green sitting room, the sexy pink corset lamps that are found in both rooms create a common thread. Similarly, nearly every room in the hotel features a dramatic sculptural mirror. The mirrors may differ from room to room, but each serves as a focal point, thus connecting the rooms. When it comes to collections, Carter suggests spreading out yours throughout your home. “I’ve always collected wooden hands,” he says. “So there are lots of little hands scattered around the house. It’s all quite subtle, but hopefully, it will trigger a response from people.”
 

Give your spaces room to grow
 

  Carter encourages people to give each space a little breathing room. The trick? Map and plan out 90 percent of a space, but leave 10 percent to your whims. “You start with the big envelope: the walls and the floors,” Carter says. Once you’ve got the perimeter established, it’s easier to see what you need, and you can take chances, waiting to find the perfect finishing pieces, such as wilder splashes of color and pattern. In the case of the light, airy master bedroom, with natural whitewashed floors, off-white walls and white bedding, a hot-pink lamp, which Carter designed himself, and a green bench did just the trick. For Carter, it’s the finishing touches that really make the space. “It’s a lot like cooking,” he says. “You need the herbs and the spices, the sudden bursts of flavor. Those little spicy, juicy moments are surprising and unexpected. You need that in decorating too.”
 

(原文出处:http://www.pointclickhome.com/travel/articles/design_ideas_london_s_loveliest_boutique_hotel

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