The much anticipated 2014 Oscar Greenroom design …
Enter The Architectural Digest Greenroom @ the 86th Annual Academy Awards …
Designed by David Rockwell of the Rockwell Group based out of Manhattan.
The location of the Greenroom is “nine steps from the main stage” says David Rockwell in the Architectural Digest article.
Can you imagine 9 steps from the main stage!
My take away tip ~ design is a process ~ whether it’s your room or the Greenroom a few things to take into consideration:
Create your vision – David Rockwell’s vision for a city loft included an outdoor lounge ~ which he designed on the loading dock!
Artwork & Accessories
Design in process ~
“City loft spaces” by David Rockwell.
“Bringing a bit of New York to the Oscars” by David Rockwell.
“Urban simplicity married with film glamour” by David Rockwell.
After viewing the blog it’s evident that every inch of the space was designed with the client in mind, Oscar nominees.
“When you come in here, I would like it to feel like a bit of a retreat” by David Rockwell.
Entryway: an oversized Oscar welcomes celebrities into the Greenroom.
Floor plan: amazing entryway + several modern chic & relaxed seating areas + a unique bar area + an unexpected outdoor “lounge” complete the “city loft” 86th annual Greenroom.
Color Palette: “Creating a really warm, neutral, rich palette would allow the stars and what they’re wearing to be the center of focus in the room” by David Rockwell.
Meaningful Artwork: collaboration with Susan Sarandon.
86 Samsung televisions (one for each year of the Oscar’s), smartphones and tablets display “socially conscious Oscar-winning, and Oscar-nominated movies” by David Rockwell.
Plus a collection of images from classic comedies adorns the seating area.
Visit the Architectural Digest Blog at the link below for full information and photos of the Architectural Digest Greenroom at the 2014 Oscars.