Le Meridien 100: Your Room Key Open More Than Just A Door
Le Meridien 100, a community of creative minds
Each visit to Le Méridien Brussels is an active discovery, the experiences offered have been created within the LM100: a group of international creators of mixed generations and interdisciplinary artistic fields, chosen from the worlds of art, architecture, and cuisine, who use their creativity to develop original and interactive guest experiences.
Room keys that open more than just a door, can also open your Mind.
The keys designed by the LM100 group of international creators open up local culture for you: participating artists of this community provide artwork for a key card series celebrating Le Méridien’s UNLOCK ART programme, which has becomed part of a limited edition artwork collection.
Michael Lin has used his pink floral designs in the first collectible series and set of keys that our guests can discover all Le Méridien hotels worldwide. Born in Japan, and raised in Taipei and Los Angeles, Michael Lin is internationally known for his floral paintings and textile designs inspired by China and Taiwan. His installations are conceived of only for a particular place, often in public areas or roads or places of transition.
Samore's role within LM100 is to help identify and chronicle the narratives inherent in the guest experience, from his contributions to the stories included in Le Méridien's 50 Beans story collection to his role as an artist behind a series of keys in the UNLOCK ARTSM collection.
As part of LM100, Yan Lei will provide artwork for a new key card series for Le Méridien's UNLOCK ART programme, which will become part of a limited edition artwork collection. Yan Lei is one of the most outrageous, influential and prominent contemporary artists in China, known for his daring and psychological portraits of blurry and confused scenes.