‘This was a special and prestigious project for us, showcasing the first of our new designs for The Lowry Hotel,’ Goddard Littlefair stated. ‘We drew inspiration from Manchester’s industrial history and in particular from cotton, weaving and the city’s industrial forms, geometry and heritage, including the shape of Trinity Bridge over the River Irwell, directly outside the hotel. We were also inspired by Lowry’s own colour palette, as the artist famously kept to a base palette of only five colours, mixing them to achieve tonal shades that nonetheless stayed within a distinctive overall range.’

Dexigner, 8 March 2019