The hip Everly Hollywood—part of Kimpton hotel brand—have embarked on a headline-grabbing collaboration with LA-based artist Colette Miller. Renowned for her Global Angel Wings Project, whereby she paints interactive (and Instagram-ready) street art on the walls of cities across the world, Miller has added a bespoke set of wings to the wall of Room 301.
The installation will remain in place until 30 November as part of a social experiment launched by Kimpton that will also feature a community wall with secret confessions and photos set to capture the varying moods of its guests.
Kimpton shared the following additional information with We Heart, along with an accompanying video and images of the soulful partnership …
Via Kimpton: Room 301 is a social experiment that seeks to uncover the intersections and variances of the human experience and is rooted in the idea that commonalities and connections exist between all people – no matter their background or life story. The experience will take place at the Kimpton Everly Hotel in LA for three months. Guests who choose to stay in the immersive Room 301 will engage in a variety of in-room activities, with each element designed to spark creativity, encourage self-reflection and explore what makes people uniquely human. Take a look at the activation’s teaser video here for a sneak peek of what’s in store for Room 301 guests.