Modern Design: New Pool Suites at the Hard Rock Hotel Las Vegas

Gorilla Suite

Las Vegas design firm Chemical Spaces was recently commissioned to remodel several one-of-a-kind pool suites intended to accommodate VIP guests at Hard Rock Las Vegas. The suites were designed to cater to Hard Rock's hip, young, and music-loving guests. Each suite features its own unique theme, and all of the suites walk out to the newly-designed Hard Rock pool.

The design concept of the Gorilla Suite was to create a dark twisted take on a library/cigar bar. The metallic-silver porcelain wall tile contrasts with the rich hardwood floors and gives the suite a modern feel. The bronze mirrored ceiling, croc-skin custom furniture, and giant hand-painted wall murals of girls and gorilla make this a distinctly dark, savage, sexy urban jungle.

Miami Blue Suite

The Miami Blue Suite is the perfect place to party and has a modern, airy, Miami feel. The primary feature is a giant C-shaped bed lined with blue, imported Italian tile. LED rope lighting and mirrored toe-kicks beneath the bed create the illusion that the bed floats above the floor. Laid-out like a party lounge, a solid-surface DJ table in “Milk Glass” foregrounds the second most noticeable feature: a wall of turntables and jam boxes framed in LED-lit alcoves. Additional features include custom-designed minimalist furniture, a custom, color-matched rug produced in Sweden, floor-to-ceiling sheers, sconce lighting, and mirrored ceiling niches.

Punk Rock Suite

The Punk Rock Suite was created for those who wanted a London-style, punk rock party suite. Bands of recessed mirrors and hand-painted lines in every direction, hand-painted wall murals, and spot lighting on the walls and ceiling pack the room with movement and action. Stone-like grey wall tiles, black hardwood floors, custom modern furniture and a custom, hand-made Union Jack rug complete the London underground feel.

Tree Line Suite

The goal of this design was to create a hotel room that gave the illusion that there was a two-story tree line in the center. The hand-picked colors of tree branches were the basis for the color scheme for the rest of the room. Hardwood floors complement the nature motif. Cream walls of textured tiled anchor each side of the room. To create contrast and clarify that this space is still a party suite, a rich blue band spanning from wall, to ceiling, to wall, divides the room down the center. The blue mural features hand-painted smoke in dark blue, leaves and skulls in metallic gold, and LED rope lighting to illuminate the art.

via contemporist

Eugene Kim

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