Top-flight design

The pinnacle of creative interiors

The team instinctively wanted colour-soaked interiors to contrast with Centre Point’s forbidding white-grey exterior. Colours were selected for their mood-boosting properties – from the reassuring warmth of terracotta in the principal bedroom to the respective palettes of soothing pink and positive green in the guestrooms.

Shapes are also pivotal in complementing the geometric forms found in the building’s brutalist exterior. Materials – like bronze, marble and oxidised steel – play their part too in honouring the concrete, steel, glass, limestone and wood already present in the construction.

The result is like none other Centre Point has seen before: A striking, story-driven design that’s tightly locked into the fabric of the building, its philosophy and new-found purpose.