Park Inn by Radisson conference hall: meet the moss (Kyiv, 2018)
Sometimes instead of a few accent additions or changes here and there, clients require a major overhaul of the entire interior design. In terms of indoor plantscaping, multiple options are available to accomplish that. They include a diverse variety of ornamental plants, all kinds and combinations of cachepots, etc. Everyone’s favorite, however, seems to be preserved moss – and there are plenty of good reasons for that.
First off, preserved moss is famously undemanding and requires a bare minimum of simple, infrequent care. Secondly, it is typically used in the form of wall panels and so requires little or no additional space. At the same time, the plethora of colors in which preserved moss comes provides designers with the creative freedom extensive enough to cater to client’s wishes and requirements.
Our new work confirms that. Bright pink, deep blue, and sunny yellow now adorn the lobby of the conference hall of the famous hotel brand, changing the ambience toward a rich yet natural one.