A Sneak Peek Inside The Rolex Greenroom At The 89th Academy Awards

A Sneak Peek Inside The Rolex Greenroom At The 89th Academy Awards

So what is the Rolex Greenroom precisely? The Greenroom is a 100 square meter (roughly 1,000 square feet) space found behind the stage at the Dolby Theater at the Hollywood Highland Center (earlier the Kodak Theater). This is the place where the Oscars have been held since 2002, in spite of the setting’s name-change in 2012. As referenced above, Greenroom is an exceptional spot for individuals to hang out behind the stage, however it’s undeniably less common than that. The Greenroom is a spot for the moderators and Academy Award-champs of the night to unwind either prior to going in front of an audience or after their victory.

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And the room is surely lovely. It was planned start to finish by Rolex’s four-man, Geneva-based inside plan group – who are exactly the same individuals that plan the brand’s Baselworld stall. The venture required a half year to conceptualize and four days to work out in the theater. The current year’s subject is green and gold (the brand’s tones) and the two tones are highlighted unmistakably all through the space. There are components of nature, with a lot of greenery and heaps of metal accents. There is heaps of rich seating (green and gold velvet, normally) and loads of shelves with Rolex-themed nicknacks and images of past Oscar-winners. 

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Additionally, there are outlined banners of entertainers wearing Rolex watches in past jobs (think Robert Redford and his own reference 1680 Submariner in All The President’s Men). Notwithstanding, it ought to be noticed that these are not photos of past item situations, as Rolex hasn’t at any point played that game. These are watches picked either by the actual entertainers or for purposes in the particular films.

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The clear green bar is suggestive of the renowned green Rolex boxes that you open to uncover your pristine watch. Yet, the subject doesn’t stop there either – the Venetian glass ceiling fixture that hangs in the back is roused by the fluted bezel of a portion of your number one Rolex watches. Talking about watches, there weren’t numerous to report, yet there were a small bunch of Rolex work area and divider tickers put all through the room.

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For those of you thinking about what Rolex and the Oscars have to do with each other, it’s really not an association out of fantasy land. Rolex has a long history of associations with film, working with James Cameron before and setting up the Rolex Mentor and Protégé Arts Initiative in 2002 (whose coaches incorporate Martin Scorsese and Alfonso Cuarón). Additionally, this is a high-perceivability, high-distinction occasion, and Rolex needing to be included seems like common sense.

I’ll certainly be watching the Oscars this Sunday (for the watches, obviously) – will you?