SALON TEN is the ideal location to celebrate the rich history and contributions of the princes, reflected in SALON TEN’s two lifestyle spaces, ‘The Prince’s Voyage’ and ‘Cabinet of Wonders’.
Prince Pu Lun was a distinguished diplomat who led a delegation to the US in 1904 to represent China at the St Louis World’s Fair. Inspired by Prince Pu Lun’s seafaring journey from East to West, the entrance and bar areas of SALON TEN themed with parchment coloured palettes and Old World globes, maps, and vintage suitcases to embody ‘The Prince’s Voyage.’ The decor captures the beauty of experiencing parts of the world for the very first time and like Pu Lun himself, bridges the cultures of east and west.
A ‘Silk Road’ decorated with a stunning water feature, which is a Chinese landscape painting created using traditional Chinese coins, and silhouetted windows featuring the two princes’ side profiles, which also acts as the dining and display area, leads guests to the immersive ‘Cabinet of Wonders’. This space is an exclusive area catering to the top-tier VIPs at SALON TEN and captures the essence of Chinese music, performance, and literature in homage to the multi-talented Prince Pu Dong, who was a master of Chinese calligraphy, art, and music.
SALON TEN also encompasses an extraordinary art collection, with hundreds of works dating from the turn of the last century to contemporary pieces, including not only artworks collected by the Creative Director, Alan Chan from all over the world, but also precious works by Prince Pu Dong himself, acquired by WF CENTRAL.
Location: Beijing, China
Year Launched: 2018
Brand & Art Consultant: Alan Chan
Interior: Alan Chan Design Company