Modern furniture, quirky details and big bursts of colour. These are all features of the public areas at the new Holiday Inn Express Aberdeen Airport. Owned and operated by Dominvs Hospitality, the hotel opened its doors in May 2015.
Dexter Moren Associates’ team of specialist hotel interior designers have created contemporary interiors that make a point of difference amongst existing hotel stock in the vicinity of the airport.
Celebrated as a hub of industrial activity, Aberdeen is home to a thriving seaport and granite quarries. The interiors scheme makes links to the city’s heritage and translates the youthful, fresh qualities of the brand, providing clean streamlined spaces with functionality, friendliness and fun at its heart.
A bold chevron pattern covers the walls in softer tones of the brand colours blue and green. Bute fabrics manufactured in Scotland are widely used for the furniture upholstery and the bright, vivid carpets are a modern play on the pattern of argyle socks, further linking the scheme to its Scottish location. Raw copper
factory lights and polished concrete columns provide a backdrop for bright blue fishing boat rope space dividers, all of which nod to the fishing and industrial culture of the Aberdeen Lowlands.