Andaz unveils second instalment of Room with a View

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Andaz Liverpool Street has revealed ‘One Day Walk’ by Patrick Vale and Paul Davis as the second artistically designed bedroom in the hotel’s Room with a View series.

The year-long project, which began in July with the launch of ‘Pearly Room’, now sees the latest East London-inspired design take shape in the special room at the five-star boutique.

One Day Walk has been designed by Patrick Vale and Paul Davis and provides an off-the-wall perspective of the area surrounding the hotel. The look was inspired by the notion of being a flâneur in the East London remit, someone who walks with a purpose only to be in tune with their immediate surroundings, considering the history and the stories that these surroundings now capture.

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The design captures Patrick and Paul’s nine-hour journey that starts with a bacon sandwich at their favourite breakfast spot, St John Bread and Wine (aptly represented by a flying pig), and then leads them to the areas most iconic monuments including Hawksmoor Church, St Paul’s Cathedral, Brick Lane, The Thames River and Columbia Road.

Patrick Vale said: “We are excited to be collaborating with Andaz Liverpool Street on the Room With A View project. East London is our home, a home which constantly fascinates and inspires us. It was fantastic to work with Paul on this and finding a way to make our styles work together. It is as if his people need my buildings and my buildings need his people!”

Tim Flodin, the hotel’s general manager said about the project: “It has been a pleasure working with Patrick and Paul on this project as they are as passionate about the life and people of East London as we are at Andaz Liverpool Street.”

Throughout the next 9 months, Andaz Liverpool Street Hotel will play host to two additional distinctly diverse British artists: ILoveDust and Patrick Morgan, who have also been invited to hand paint one of the hotel’s large king guest rooms in their own style and through their own interpretation of East London’s past, present or future.

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