CYPRESS, Calif (PRWEB)
June 15, 2017
Visitors to the Sofitel Paris Baltimore hotel’s lobby are gaining unique insights into Paris thanks to the Christie® MicroTiles® Welcome Wall and Float4. The 9 by 7-foot wall (3 x 2 meters) also keeps guests up-to-date with the latest news and transforms into an interactive creative canvas that sees guests draw and share their artwork and take selfies using the integrated photo booth. From the concierge to the maître d’hôtel, even staff members can manage and update content to share their insights about Paris – the world renowned ‘City of Lights’ – as well as France itself.
Using web-based technology for the menus and content, and leveraging real-time rendered 3D and complex physical simulations thanks to Float4’s proprietary RealMotion technology, the MicroTiles wall combines elegance and complexity with the creative expertise from Float4 to blend seamlessly into the environment.
“Float4 was involved at both the strategic and tactical levels in this project. We provided a turnkey solution for the client from ideation, to design, production and on-site integration,” said Alexandre Simionescu, co-founder of Float4. “We developed a content strategy that incorporates ambient visual content to make it informative as well as artistic. Beyond its ability to complement the aesthetics of the space, the Welcome Wall is a conduit between the local knowledge and the guest experience, which makes their hotel stay all the more unique.”
Content is also controlled and curated by hotel staff using the content management system developed by Float4, and according to Simionescu, the Sofitel Baltimore Hotel is the only one in the country using this technology.
“Overall, it reflects the commitment of the establishment to be forward thinking in the visitor journey. Hotel Sofitel Paris Baltimore presented an…