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Here we are in the first round of HOK best hotel projects, the round with even better projects. And as the HOK says, their mission is to deliver exceptional design ideas and solutions for our clients through the creative blending of human need, environmental stewardship, value creation, science and art, and of course they did not disappoint us as you can see on the hotels below.
The fictional paradise, as well as the local landscape and culture, served as dual inspirations for this elegant, sophisticated hotel. Its grand, sweeping lobby reflects the dramatic man-made rice terrace landscapes that appear across China’s countryside. Set on an undulating, tri-level terraced floor, the lobby’s rich Chinese carpets, marble floors, colonnades and magnificent crystal chandeliers exude the height of luxury.
Designed to offset the frenetic energy of New York City, the redesigned Wow and Extreme Wow (E Wow) specialty suites at the W on Lexington Ave. provide an experiential urban environment brimming with creativity. Conceived as an urban oasis, the new guestrooms envelop guests in soothing textures and colors inspired by nature. Curving, organic shapes complement modern angles while crisp white is softened with tones from the forest and earth.
The contemporary and sophisticated, yet warm, interiors convey a residential feel, appealing to guests seeking a welcoming place to stay for short or long-term visits. Guests entering through a three-story lobby area of intimately scaled public areas that create the feeling of a private club.
Inspired in a “jewel box” design approach and the architecture, the interior design of Villa D draws on a historical Gothic-Tudor vocabulary. The subdued color palette features moody, dark colors with jewel accents. The team based the jewel box concept on the idea of a dark, sumptuous interior that holds beautiful jeweled pieces. This concept is characterized by the plush envelope of the interior walls, which showcase the rich furniture, lighting and accent pieces. A pearl color communicates luxury and adds elegance and opalescence to the dramatic interiors.
The team provided interior design for this luxury hotel project, which includes a new eight-story hotel and the renovation and expansion of an existing hotel on China’s Hainan Island. The design creates a tropical resort where guests enjoy a memorable entertainment experience in an urban sophisticated setting. Space combines local cultural influences with the contemporary, fresh, fun and energetic to provide guests with a “wow” factor.