Dexter Moren Associates: Hyatt Place
Transformed from a 75,000 sq ft office space to a stylish London hotel, we visited Hyatt Place in September 2021.
With a series of case study photos, we showcased the incredible interior work of Dexter Moren Associates.
Beginning in 1992 and progressing into one of the country’s leading architecture and interior design businesses, Dexter Moren Associates contributed their creativity to the reconfiguration of Hyatt Place. This cosmopolitan London hotel has become a hub of inspiration, just a stone’s throw from Brick Lane, Spitalfield’s Market and Shoreditch.
Dexter Moren worked towards creating a vibrant, open space for visitors, and we wanted to capture this in our photography. The vivacious tones of oranges, pinks and purples create a fresh space and add a pop of colour to the surrounding alabaster walls. Our close-ups pick up on the finer details, showcasing Dexter Moren’s close attention to the interior design brief.
Our photography represents a unity between the inside and outside world, with the foliage feature wall proving to be an incredibly effective feature. Our photographer was able to make the most of both the natural and synthetic light, drawing audience’s eyes to the focal points of the room.
Freya Jones, the project leader stated the project ‘required complicated MEP coordination’. Working alongside operating tenanted units while the rest of the building was under construction, the Dexter Moren team excelled in delivering on a brief in a professional and timely manner.
Our photography can be found across their website and socials.