Mathieu Lehanneur-designed business room unveiled at Pullman London St Pancras Hotel

French designer Mathieu Lehanneur unveiled a business room at the Pullman London St Pancras Hotel.  With the venue dubbed as the “business playground” room, guests can now have a meeting in a room with a table designed like a poker table and unwind beneath a canopy with an image of trees projected onto its surface.

The room at the London property reflects the brand’s “work hard, play hard” philosophy, as well as its guests’ lifestyle. It combines performance and pleasure with a fresh take on the traditional aspects of a meeting, particularly a meeting table designed like a poker table, a private area for informal conversations or breaks and a cabinet of curiosities.

The table is considered a key element in a venue like a board meeting. In this room, the central table is given an additional dimension, with Lehanneur reinterpreting it as a poker table with a leather edge. This table is designed to make people want to participate in the meeting, just as they would want to engage in a game. This table is made of fiberglass, beige leather and Corian.

The “business playground” room is to be rolled out across Pullman hotels starting this 2014.


















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