Client: Royal Caribbean International Project: Oasis of the Seas 150 Central Park Location: East and West Caribbean Space: Oasis of the Seas 150 Central Park
The whimsical botanical garden ethos of 150 Central Park begins upon entry
Dramatic canopies play off of a bronze patina façade invoking a modern interpretation of Art Nouveau.Inside, guests are greeted with a floor medallion with bespoke metal inlays following a botanical theme. Pillowed wood paneling in a flower pattern and a dramatic mosaic mural create a seamless transition between the interior of this signature restaurant and it’s exterior.A surprising and eclectic furniture scheme adds an element of whimsy and wonder.
150 Central Park is the signature namesake restaurant of the Central Park neighborhood of Oasis of the Seas.Featuring over 12,170 plants, this is the first ever living, breathing park at sea. Delicate tendril motifs and a verdant color palette make 150 Central Park an urban sanctuary on the largest cruise ship ever built.
The great Art Nouveau movement with its organic plant inspired motifs and stylized tendril forms provided the ideal inspiration for a restaurant nestled under shady trees and brilliant plant life.