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Whether the requirement is to make the looking of hotel luxurious, there must be involvement of interior design. Interior atmosphere is crucial for the hotel image! To impress the customers the hotel must emphasize the refinement, singularity and creativity of interior design!
Hotels are one of the oldest symbols of luxury, so much so that Coco Chanel famously chose The Paris Ritz as her home for over thirty years. In the accessible age of luxury e-commerce and iPad applications, hotels have survived and prospered in remaining truly exclusive experiences, the quintessential definition of luxury.
We will present you five of the most prominent hotel designers: Kelly Wearstler, Pierre Yves Rochon, Alberto Pinto, Hirsch Bedner and Yabu Pushelberg.
Hailed as one of Miami Beach’s first luxury boutique hotels, the historic Tides South Beach unveiled a fresh face and refined look in Summer 2008 when Kelly Wearstler completed her re-design. The Tides’ new look was inspired by its Art Deco roots and streamlined architecture, but infused with a fresh perspective.
Originally built in 1939 as a residential apartment home owned by famed silent film star Lillian Gish, the European-inspired Maison 140 is an intimate, 48-room boutique hotel set in the heart of Beverly Hills. Kelly Wearstler re-imagined Maison 140 as magical fusion of French and Asian styles that offers a luxurious decadence to its guests.
Originally built in 1949, Avalon Beverly Hills underwent its initial renovation in 1999 and merged Kelly Wearstler’s dramatic style with the glamorous nostalgia of mid-century design. For the hotel’s 10-year anniversary, the designer has re-imagined the space, deftly blending its old Hollywood roots with a distinct 1950s vibe.
Pierre-Yves Rochon design achievements have consistently delivered award-winning results for many of the world’s major international hospitality brands. These brands include Four Seasons Hotels & Resorts, Ritz-Carlton Hotels & Resorts, Sofitel Hotels & Resorts, InterContinental Hotels, Fairmont Hotels & Resorts, Peninsula Hotels and numerous boutique hotels. In addition, PYR has created restaurant environments for some of the world’s most innovative chefs, such as Joël Robuchon, Alain Ducasse, Paul Bocuse and Gérard Boyer. Château Reims France
The Alberto Pinto agency is today an interior design and decoration office of 60 people whose domains of intervention cover not only the realization of private residences, office buildings, hotels, but also yachts or private jets. The Grand Hotel Park in Gstaad
Hirsch Bedner Associates (HBA) creates inspired, brand-strengthening design experiences that evoke a distinct sense of place, while delighting the world’s most
discriminating travellers. Around the globe, HBA consistently sets new standards for luxury, comfort and innovation in hospitality interior design. Four Seasons Hotel
With studios in New York and Toronto, Yabu Pushelberg is comprised of highly experienced interiors designers, industrial designers and project managers that specialize in innovative luxury design. Smith Hotel, Tribeca, New York