Pierre Court Design Consultants taps Brintons for Hotel Vier Jahreszeiten Munich

Pierre Court Design Consultants tapped Brintons for the Hotel Vier Jahreszeiten Munich.

Built in 1858, Hotel Vier Jahreszeiten is one of Munich's luxurious five-star hotels that played host to a number of celebrities and royals, including Queen Elizabeth II, Margaret Thatcher, Audrey Hepburn and Jennifer Lopez. The property has a grand 19th century lobby with a restored stained glass dome that sets an opulent tone that continues in the public spaces.

Brintons worked with Pierre Court Design Consultants to supply over 16,146 square feet of custom Axminster carpet for the foyer, meeting rooms and ballroom. The design idea was to create a stylized sand dune, floating throughout the entire space. The challenge for Brintons’ designers was to create adequate texture and structure to meet the designer’s vision. In the end, six different kinds of textures were created and flooded into the bands, based on the design brief. The bands were then faded into each other to avoid abrupt transitions, with only a few overlapping bands in highlight colors were created with clear edges.


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Brintons’ design team created the geometric design for the meeting rooms, using the same color scheme as the ballroom. The meeting room design with its rigid look built a strong contrast to the fluid and organic foyer pattern.

Hotel Vier Jahreszeiten Munich has a choice of 11 different room categories, ranging from the stylish room to the luxury suite. For dining, it offers Restaurant VUE Maximilian and the Jahreszeiten Lobby and the Jahreszeiten Bar. The property offers a total of 12 multifunctional function rooms offering free Wi-Fi connectivity, natural light and an event kitchen.