The Karl Lagerfeld, the only hotel tower completely designed by late fashion designer Karl Lagerfeld, is in the Grand Lisboa Palace Resort, Macau. Macau, a former Portuguese Colony located in the Pearl River Delta by the South China Sea, is referred to as the Las Vegas of the East and is a top gaming destination and resort city.
Lagerfeld spent five years designing and approving each element of the $5 billion property. The interior design is best described as a lavish blend of Chinese art with Western and Art Deco aesthetics, with several hundred guest suites embellished with our custom-made abstracted Cherry Blossom wallpaper murals.
These murals – a total of nearly 100,000-square-feet of wallpaper – were conceptualized by Lagerfeld and implemented by interior designer Edward Tsang, formerly of CHIL Design, and Rollout. Our team visualized the idea and executed colour matchings, mock-ups, and initial prototypes. Once approved, the murals were custom printed, packaged and shipped in pallets across the globe, complete and on-time. It was a true partnership between a fashion pioneer and a wallpaper innovator, and we couldn’t be more pleased with the tailored results.