The Ukrainian designer Pavel Vetrov, has converted a high-end hotel room into something that display the two faces of urban living – one is city and the other, streets. The half room highlights the pandemonium and colors of streets, whereas the rest of the room highlights supercilious and ordered life.
Vetrov calls his project the Sunday, which is largely influenced by Tilt’s Panic Room, where he converted a Marseille hotel suite into a half graffiti, half white canvas. He also decided to create something similar, and chose to graffiti walls of a hotel room.
Vetrov is a studio art director with a Ukrainian 3D visualization and design company Archivizer. In this project, a clear line divides the room in to two, one side is completely white, while the other is completely gratified, including the bed sheet, pillow or all other interior artifacts like curtains and furniture.
The Sunday beautifully exhibits colors and emotions of the streets within a high-end hotel room. So, which side you will go with?