THE Park Hotels Unveils “The Red Tree Canopy”,

National, 17th February 2024: THE Park Hotels, pioneers of luxury boutique hotels in India, unveils the whimsical experience ‘The Red Tree Canopy’ at India Design ID – India’s best luxury design week. It is a concept that aims to bring art, design, architecture, and an exciting culinary menu together.

THE RED TREE

In this truly immersive space of myriad forms overhead and around, red manifests in different shades, textures, and forms—origami tessellations, sharp edges, soft curves, arching leaves, twirling tendrils, stiff branches, billowing mushrooms—all converge to form a cardinal canopy. A canopy that invites you to take a moment, and experience the various gradients of a narrative that is unique to guests.

Commenting on the occasion, Ms. Priya Paul, Chairperson, Apeejay Surrendra Park Hotels Limited said, “It gives us immense pleasure and pride to be the Strategic Design Partners of India Design ID for 13th consecutive year. We enjoy bringing artists from different genres together, who work in different forms and mediums to bring our vision alive. For ‘The Red Tree Canopy’ we’re delighted to associate with Mrinalini and Sneha, Ankon Mitra, Studio MNT and we hope to continue this partnership in the future.”

Mrinalini Ghadiok and Sneha Ullal Goel, Curators of The Red Tree Canopy said, “We are always looking for opportunities to do exciting collaborations within the space of design and architecture. With THE Park Hotels, it will bring people towards an immersive space captured to explore new meanings of ‘Red’, intermeshing with art, design, food and architecture. This project has been a catalyst for bringing together individuals with diverse skill sets uniting to celebrate the emotions evoked by the color red. It invites guests to indulge in a casual meal with their loved ones under the canopy.”

Just like the colour red, the expertly curated menu by Amit Wadhera (Director – F&B and Production Operations, THE Park New Delhi), is a sum of flavourful contrasts—converging the old with the new, the nostalgic with the exciting, and evergreen favourites with contemporary delights.

You can visit till 18th February 2024.