Create Global Branding for hospitality venues by way of hand painted murals of world maps! The best design for Common areas such as lobbies, Entry-ways, hallways and multi-purpose rooms such as this study hall, have a focus with a global accent, such as our two-color mural painting.
A highly graphic global chart in Charcoal Gray and Curry Yellow dominates a study hall in a Community Clubhouse at Flanders Hill, Westborough, MA
Continents, oceans, and islands map out future travels and perhaps our ancestral past. So much more energizing than a printed and framed map, our painted rendering creates an element of aestheticism and a sense of place. Large scale charts are interactive simply by way of engaging peoples’ imagination and sparking conversation.
Everyone can relate to a map because it illustrates our stories. We began our mural project on a Monday and by the time we finished the installation 3 days later we had heard several personal accounts of epic journeys and family immigrant beginnings.
An Airport is the ultimate location for excellent design and art installations such as global map murals. Rectrix’ flagship FBO Aerodrome Center in Bedford/Boston has two of our hand-painted murals. We were commissioned by Rectrix to carefully re-produce their logo and two, multi-chromatic world maps. The Golden Age of Flight is reflected in the paintings and they contribute to the relaxed atmosphere of the lounge, which includes multiple widescreen televisions and a roaring fireplace.
Hospitality Designers know the great value of original art installations for common areas and we specialize in producing murals for restaurants, airports and hotels. If you are traveling to Puerto Rico make sure to stop in at El Meson Restaurant in San Juan’s International Airport to see our mural painting of San Juan’s earlier days of aviation! You can read about our own travel adventures, including the work done in Puerto Rico at: http://arteriors.net/blog/traveling-decorative-artisans-have-brush-will-travel/