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  • Hotel New York repainting Question.

    I was recently (or currently) doing a research analysis on the Hotel New York, and boy did it shock me doing a color chart for it when I had colors on a current photo that didn't match the elevation. It turns out photos from 1992 and a photo from 2003 have different colors.
    http://www.barb.nl/disneyficatie/Image51.jpg
    Old /\.
    http://images.straus.nl/frankrijk/di...rkwinter01.jpg
    New /\.
    Does anyone know when this color change came around?

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    Re: Hotel New York repainting Question.

    I dont know, but the original is very typical Micheal Graves pallete (Who I'm Not Really Fond of... The Swan\Dolphin makes me sick)

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      Re: Hotel New York repainting Question.

      It got rehabbed a few years ago. 2003 you say? I suppose it must have been rehabbed at the end of 2002 as I recall it happening in winter. Has it been that long?

      I prefer the new scheme from a stylistic point of view (the first one was too '90s, too Graves, too much for a four star hotel), but that first image kind of takes me back. It's interesting to see how Disneyland Paris has almost completely taken on a new colour scheme in a decade or so.

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        Re: Hotel New York repainting Question.

        Okay thanks. Yes the first one was very Graves, which is why I wanted to use it in my analysis.

        I do have to say the new colors appear so much brighter, and I bet they work better when Paris is all cloudy and gloomy.

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          Re: Hotel New York repainting Question.

          It looks less like the New York skyline and more like the apartment projects where the riots are taking place.

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