InterContinental Hotel Archives Neal Prince ASID

Neal Prince

 R.A., A.S.I.D

(Curriculum Vitae)

Walter M. Ballard Corporation Digital Archives

Neal A. Prince, R.A., A.S.I.D, Lead Designer



The Colony Motel
Atlantic City, New Jersey, United States

Walter M. Ballard Corporation Collection
held by the Neal Prince Estate Holding Trust
Mr. Neal Prince,
R.A., A.S.I.D
(Curriculum Vitae)
Index Holdings Relating to the 1940's
Index Holdings Relating to the 1950's
Index Holdings Relating to the 1960's
Index Holdings Relating to the 1970's
Index Holdings Relating to the 1980's
Index Holdings Relating to the 1990's
Biography 2000's
 Mr. Neal Prince Resource Image Data Base
InterContinental  Hotels 

John B. Gates,
Chairman of the Board
Robert Huyot,
Chairman of the Board
Hans Sternick,
Chairman of the Board
John P. Sutherland,
Latin American
Mario Di Genova,
Europe/Africa Divsions
R. Kane Rufe,
Sr. Vice President
Far East/Pacific Division
John C. Carrodus
Sr. Vice President
of Services
Neal A. Prince
Vice President
Graphics and Interior Designs
Departmental Staff and Contractual Designers:
Kenneth Smith,
Charles R Alvey,
Graphic Designer
Richard Simpson,
Graphic Designer
 Bill Embery
Dale & Pat Keller,
Joe Grusczak,
Trisha Wilson,
James Ray Baker,
Irene D'Alessio,
Interior Designer

Arie deZanger,
IHC Photographer


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Punch Bowl Cafe, The Colony Motel, Atlantic City, NJ
Images from the Punch Bowl Cafe
Interiors were by Mr. Neal Prince, of New York

CoffeeHouse, The Colony Motel, Atlantic City, NJ

Coffee House Restaurant, The Colony Motel, Atlantic City, NJ

Images from the Coffee House Restaurant

Interiors were by Mr. Neal Prince, of New York

In this Cafe, illustrates a fine example of Mr. Prince's attraction for correct period settings. Here, Mr. Prince called upon his friend, Mr. Roy Little to set the mood with this hand painted mural of the Atlantic City Boardwalk from the 1900's. Though this is a black and white photograph, Mr. Prince used Robbins vinyl tile floor combinations of blue, green, white, yellow and black, with the main ceiling being white, with the dropped ceiling being blue. The tables were supplied by Chirmasters, with a Parkwood laminate tops. The chairs were supplied by J.G. Chairs, which were covered in blue, green and yellow Boltaflex. The curtain panels behind the divider were a Cohama green fabric, with draperies having a cut out pattern on American's "Feutron 63" from Arundell Clarke in blue, green and yellow; custom chandelier from the supplier, Metropolitan. The Art Nouveau mannerism was a period that Mr. Prince favored, as he deeply appreciated and loved the Arts & Crafts Movements.



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