HOK, formerly Hellmuth, Obata + Kassabaum, is a global design, architecture, engineering and planning firm. As of 2018, HOK is the largest U.S.-based architecture-engineering firm responsible for amazing interior design projects. Inspirations and Ideas will show a list of the 10 latest hotel interior design by HOK.
1. InterContinental New York Barclay Hotel
New York, New York, USA
Hotel interior design Awarded by American Society of Interior Designers New York – Design Excellence Award, and New York Design Awards – Silver, Interior Design – Hospitality. Built-in 1926 by the Vanderbilt family, the InterContinental New York Barclay Hotel is one of the city’s only remaining and fully operational properties crafted in the Federal style prominent in American interior design from the 1780s to 1840s.
In crafting a new interior for the property, HOK’s design team looked to the hotel’s historic past, infusing birds (the property’s lobby birdcage once housed as many as 200 songbirds), the letter B (found on the building’s exterior cornice) and classic Federalist designs (including stripes, arrows and eagles) as recurring themes.
2. The St. Regis Hotel and Residences-
The 47-story tower is located in the heart of Bangkok on the prestigious Rajadamri Road. The five-star St. Regis Bangkok features 227 guest rooms including 51 suites in addition to 53 private condominiums.
From the hotel interior design lavish entry lobby on the ground floor, guests use an elevator reserved for the hotel’s use to go check in on the building’s 12th floor. A dramatic, two-story elliptical stair, with an 18-foot glass-and-metal chandelier inspired by the lotus flower, extends the opulent residential motif and creates a link to the 14th-floor banquet and conference spaces.
3. MGM Grand Sanya – Hainan, China
With awards for National Green Hotel – Five-Leaf Level, Green Hotel Committee, and Top 10 Resort Hotels Asia – China Hotel Golden Horse Award. The hotel interior design for MGM Grand Sanya creates a tropical resort where guests enjoy a memorable entertainment experience in an urban sophisticated setting.
A new six-story glass atrium seamlessly connects the two wings of the hotel and features as a focal point a sculptural abstraction influenced by the butterflies that inhabit Hainan Island. Because the sculpture is transparent, guests can appreciate the enormity of the space while passing through.
4. Rosewood Abu Dhabi- Abu Dhabi, UAE
Awarded by Boutique Design – Gold Key Awards for Excellence in Hospitality Design, Best Luxury Hotel. The design of the hotel interior design encourages a free flow of movement between key living zones, promoting an easy, relaxed experience.
The grand lobby, with a backdrop of the surrounding waterways and the sea beyond, is bordered on one side by a flowing water feature and on the other by a dramatic wall of art. Soft tonal colours inspired by the textural essence of the desert landscape are balanced by bursts of blues and greens.
5. Siam Kempinski Hotel and Residences – Bangkok, Thailand
The Siam Kempinski includes three components: a majestic entry court leading to hotel public spaces, a garden wing ranging from five to eight stories, and a 19-story tower that houses hotel rooms and apartments.
The hotel interior design translates traditional forms and details into a contemporary language. Inspired by Thai residential architecture, the massing of the tower is executed in a timeless contemporary expression, including the use of louvred shutters as shading devices. The scale and rhythm of the window wall, with its repetitive screen openings, reference traditional building methods. Wood and stone details echo historic Thai architectural themes.
6. Solis Hotel Two Porsche Drive Atlanta- Georgia, USA
Siting the hotel adjacent to Porsche’s Experience Center enhances the interaction of the two buildings’ complementary forms. The hotel’s horizontal stance, articulated roof and simple colour palette of pearl white and charcoal grey evoke a modern sense of understated power and movement.
The hotel interior design of the hotel’s signature form optimizes the building’s performance and energy use while connecting the guest experience with Porsche’s high-performance automobiles and the roaring engines of planes overhead. Each room enjoys a view of planes, trains, automobiles or the downtown skyline.
7. Mandarin Oriental Suite 5000 New York – New York, USA
Located on the hotel’s 50th floor, floor-to-ceiling windows envelop the suite’s exterior, offering panoramic vistas of Central Park, the Hudson River and Columbus Circle.
The suites aesthetic draws inspiration from the brand’s Chinese heritage while celebrating the modern character of Manhattan. The suite interior design features custom-made furnishings, highly curated artwork, a dramatic entryway sculpture, a custom, organic-shaped Swarovski chandelier and hand-woven area rugs with textured, free-form edges.
8. Hilton Lanzhou- Lanzhou, China
The 32-story Lanzhou Hilton is the first international hospitality brand in the city. The hotel’s 389 guestrooms, meanwhile, offer guests richly appointed retreats with stunning views of the nearby Yellow River, distant mountains and expanding Lanzhou skyline. Other public spaces shaped by the design team include multiple meeting rooms, a ballroom and a health club, a spa and an indoor pool.
9. Al Faisaliah Hotel Renovation-Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
Al Khozama Management Company recently celebrated the 15-year anniversary of its Al Faisaliah Hotel with an ambitious plan: A complete renovation of the hotel interior design to set it further apart. Guestroom redesign includes a dramatic transformation of 228 rooms, including superior, deluxe and executive configurations.
HOK also redesigned the property’s highest-profile spaces: Royal Suite 6 and Royal Suite 7. These spaces feature high-level, customized design, including unparalleled room layouts and layering of textures and semi-precious finishes that make these luxury accommodations comparable to the world’s most opulent and distinctive pieds-à-terre.
10. The Westin Nanchang Hotel- Nanchang, China
The atrium embodies the hotel’s unique interior design by offering a contemporary interpretation of the siheyuan, a traditional Chinese courtyard house. In this Westin hotel, which is scheduled to open in 2019, 13 floors of guestrooms will surround this central atrium.
Open-air passageways offer common views to the courtyard garden. Decorative perforated metal window screens create a balanced rhythm, mirroring the social harmony and collective strength of the Jiangxi people.
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