“Our art is what makes us different.”
Be immersed in an impressive trove of art and installations as you journey through Naumi.
Naumi Hotel Singapore has been designed to exude luxury, comfort and style. The engagement between Naumi and her guests start from the hotel’s exterior and carries through to the interiors as part of our guests’ journey.
The hotel facade features a four-story high graffiti mural of a policeman pulling up a wheel clamped sports car by graffiti artist, Tr853-1. This eye-catching spray-painted street art, exclusively commissioned, depicts a traffic warden vigilantly hard at work.
As you step into the hotel, you’ll be greeted by an entertaining series of images parodying Tretchikoff ‘s ‘Chinese Girl’ which were conceptualised by Mark Denton and photographed by Joe Giacomet. Carry on toward the lift landing and you will discover works by Liu Dao, a Shanghai-based group which specialises in multimedia art exploring cultural ramnifications and addresses the issues and concerns of our time.
Up on the guestroom floors, award-winning French photographer Olivier Henry was enlightened by amassing energy from different levels of vibrations and colours utilised in various parts of the body; which led him to create lenticular pieces encapsulating a feminine silhouette dancing elegantly. These pieces are inspired by the different colours of the chakras and they welcome you as you step out of the elevator on each floor of the hotel.
The dialogue between Naumi and guest continues through the hotel with 3D word- displays characterising the flirtatious side of Naumi. From dancing elegantly in the lenticulars, these witty word-displays represent an enticing dialogue which she engages her guests in and a promise to take them on an adventure.
Venture into the rooms and you will find yourself enclosed in a sensory experience of art and colour through the vivid imagination of Naumi in the Andy Warhol inspired rooms with funky shapes and dramatic pops of colour. For the feminine inspiration, relax in the subdued elegance of the Coco Chanel suites, designed in chic monochromes paired with pale mint green. The luxurious look is complemented by artwork inspired by Coco Chanel’s favourite flower, the Camellia.
Naumi Hotel Singapore not only provides luxurious comfort to its guests, she takes pride in offering a full sensory experience in a warm intimate retreat through its various unique installations and master pieces. This is the Art of Naumi.