Designer: Richard Meier
Location: Miami FL
Photography: Kris Tamburello
Previously design as offices for lawyers and small businesses in 1883, this beautifully detailed building has now been transformed into one of the most stunning, must visit spaces to exist. The building was transformed by Gerner Kronick + Valcarcel, Architects, and Martin Brudnizki Design Studio. The Beekman hotel is designed so guest can glimpse all the fun without having to walk through the spaces.
I cannot wait until I get a glimpse of my own.
My friend and I hand the chance to stop by at The Ivy Soho Brasserie,and I must say we were not disappointed!
After hearing the restaurant was designed by one of my favorite interior designers Martin Brudnizki, we had no choice but to book dinner table for two. The restaurant is apparently set to be one of the new hot spots in Central London, the location at Broadwick Street, Soho cannot be any perfect for Central London busy bees such as myself.
The beautiful interior space pays attention to detail throughout, not one corner has been left out! The restaurant, bar, private dining room are all decorated throughout with colorful framed art prints inspired by Soho’s music scene and the famous poet, William Blake.
I was blown away with the number of egg dishes that were on the menu, I guess since the restaurant specializes in contemporary British cuisine it should not come as a surprise! Also as an egg lover, I was definitively not complaining. I stared off my meal with salt crusted sourdough bread for my appetizer, wild mushrooms on toasted brioche for my starter and steak, egg & chips for my main.
I was stuffed by the time dessert came calling but my friend on the other hand was not leaving until she had tried the chocolate bombe. The presentation for the dessert was stunning, we both had our phones ready to witness the hot salted caramel sauce fall on the melting chocolate bombe! The chocolate bombe slowly opened up exposing the milk foam, vanilla ice cream and honeycomb that was hiding inside. I took a really crappy video but click on here to watch a similar video. Although I had no room for my own desert, I couldn’t go home without having my usual latte.
Excellent high class hotel with beautiful interior by by Spanish interior designer Lázaro Rosa-Violán (http://www.lazarorosaviolan.com/).
The hotel incorporated inviting art display and colour throughout the hotel, from the historical paintings on ceramic walls behind restaurant lounge, black and white framed photographs displayed throughout the hallway (in some area used as a floor to ceiling feature wall) and stunning large scale sculptures that greet you as soon as you step through the entrance door.
I was overall pleased with my experience and the excellent service I have received.
London Rosewood Hotel – Afternoon tea
Location: High Holborn
Interior Designers: Tony Chi
Designers: Architect Elizabeth Lemercier and designer Vincent Darré
Located on 28 Saint-Benoît,Paris, Hotel Montana was designed by architect Elisabeth LemerciAncreer and designer Vincent Darré. The marriage of water and fire.
Designers: yabu pushelberg
Description: Located in central london’s fitzrovia, lodging preserves the finest aspects of the historic building — formerly the berners hotel — yet reinvents the spaces within to create a dynamic fusion of old and new, past and present. combining the traditional character of the landmark with a simple, sophisticated design sensibility creates a seamless blend of charisma and ease, resulting in a feeling that cannot be pigeonholed into a specific time period or style. the hotel offers a social hub where guests and visitors can work, relax, socialize and dine all under one roof; behind the refined georgian exterior and majestic public spaces, there are two bars, a restaurant, meeting rooms, a 24-hour fitness facility and 173 secluded, intimate and luxurious wood panelled rooms and a buzzing lobby.
Designers: Tony Chi and Associates
Location: Guangzhou, China
Dark wood used architecturally, along with vintage furniture, harks back to the European colonial presence in the 19th and 20th centuries, while floor plans update the courtyard houses of Chinese tradition. As travelers enter the hotel courtyard, urban bustle falls away. The calm continues in the guest tower, with its 233 rooms and 30 suites.