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Shanghai is definitely a good example of the potency that China, as a whole, has become in the worldwide market. Of course, interior design and architecture are two areas included in this mix, so with that in mind today we’ve decided to gather a list of 10 of the best Shanghai designers and architects that have definitely managed to create a solid career either in their own country or on the global market.
Furong Chen created WUU in 2014, and since then it became a company focused on the developing of furniture, lighting and decorative accessories. Furong studied Integrated Design at the Shanghai Institute of Visual Arts, and what led to the creation of his company consisted of a trip he took after graduating in 2012, in which he travelled with a group of friends across China in a van and interviewed local creatives for an exhibition that would lead to the creation of his firm. He has a design philosophy in which he aims to “return an object to its original essence” through design, while at the same time combining technology with traditional crafts.
Lyndon Neri and Rossana Hu are the creators of this multitasking company, able to provide several services in areas such as architecture, master planning, branding/graphic design, and also in the design of interiors, furniture and other relevant products. Since 2004 the company has had an incredible evolution having its first office in Shanghai and opening a new one in London. Among some of their most relevant works, we can enumerate the restoration of a Shanghai theatre from the 30s, creating a hotel at the former headquarters of the Japenese army, and most recently, creating “The Unfolding Village” for the Stockholm Furniture Fair 2019.
This multi-faceted design practice was first established by Min Chen, who is specialized in areas such as object and technological products’ design and also interior architecture. The main aim of this office is finding an ideal bonding point between tradition and modernization as well as between east and west. Min is a person who regards design as a language with origins depth and story, and she also has the innovative idea of finding the role of Chinese language in the world of design. Her company has been featured in magazines such as wallpaper, Marie Clare, AD China, Brutus Casa, Icon and Elle Decor.
101 Design is led by Jennifer Lu who studied and took a Masters Degree at the Interior Design from Pratt Institute of New York. Their work range has reached China in general, including Taiwan and they often tackle challenges such as residential and commercial design solutions and interior decorating. This firm counts with a team of designers, project managers, site managers, while at the same time counting with several partnerships with various factory resources of furniture and fixture manufacturing. Their design style focuses very much on balancing all the elements that compose an interior that they handle, through the balanced use of white and green elements (plants included) as well as a familiar and somewhat minimalistic style.
Kokaistudios consists of a company first created by Italian architects Filippo Gabbiani & Andrea Destefanis in 2000, which would later evolve with the creation of a Shanghai office in 2002. This is the perfect example of a truly multi-cultural firm that has managed to establish a global presence with a series of projects such as Asia, the Middle East, Europe and North America, mainly in cultural, corporate, commercial, hospitality & retail projects. Their aim is to create projects that add a positive element to the environment and social fabric of the location of said challenge, be it through architecture, urban renewal, hospitality, retail, among others. They definitely have a modern and geometrical taste in regards to the locations they’ve tackled.
Created in 1995, MRT design is an architectural and interior design studio with a deep experience regarding retail and public projects all of which are located throughout greater China. Their work has also been mentioned in prestige publications in the country, some of them being Interior Design China, AD, Elle, id+c and Surface. MRT Design has tackled a variety of establishments (residential, retail, restaurants, commercial, etc) and their style can either be modern and minimalistic or classic and elegant, with the special addition of some unique lighting effects in some projects.
This Shanghai-based multidisciplinary design studio is known for tackling many challenges relating to architectural, spatial, product, and furniture design. It was created in 2013 by Ian Douglas-Jones, whose extensive experience in architecture is the essence and basis of the studio’s output. They are a firm that likes to experiment with technology and other elements, is defined as having a “polymath approach” to new challenges. With less than 10 years of experience, they’ve managed to earn many relevant awards and honours, one of them being a part of A.D.’s Top 100 Most Influential Architects and Designers 2017.
HWCD (Harmony World Consultant and Design) is a very well-known international design practice, based in Shanghai, but with offices located in London and Barcelona. Since its creation, this company always had a goal set of creating a global practice firmly deeply rooted in the communities they tackle. With a team of over 500 design specialists, they have taken on several design projects, including urban design, commercial design, art consulting and even boutique hotels. Their style is a perfect reflection of how aware they are of the phenomenon of globalization while at the same time tackling some elements within the cultural context of the project location.
B+H is another design giant that chose Shanghai as one of the places to establish an office as well as take on several interior design projects. This is another example of a design firm deeply involved with the global market, aiming to design bold and inspiring spaces for clients of several locations. B+ H has a wide range of activities for establishments such as workplaces, healthcare, hospitality, residential, retail, among many more. The team always tries to approach a new challenge with careful insight and awareness of the needs and wants of each customer, believing firmly in the power of design as a potential strength to transform economies, communities, and of course, spaces.
Because the best is always for last, we finish this article with the third and final design “giant”, HKS Architects. This is another global design firm present in several places such as London, Miami, Orlando, NY, Singapore, and of course Shanghai. In the case of the office located here, aside from counting with a team of 1350 employees, since 2010, they have had an approach with several state-of-the-art design methods regarding their challenges. Among HKS’ most important accomplishments in China we can include Aiyuhua Hospital for Children and Women, Crowne Plaza Ningbo, Suzhou Gaoxin People’s Hospital, Hualuxe Haikou Seaview, among many others. This is a company with many types of clients, and aside from commercial, hospitality and private residences, they also have aviation, education, government, and sports clientele in their portfolio.
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With this article Asian Interior Design concludes its list of the 20 picks for some of the best interior designers in Singapore. In part 2 of our article, we will continue to explore some top names that have made this area famous in regards to its design talents. Sit back relax, and find out who were the 10 remaining references we’ve picked for our list.
Known for the public as Park + Associates, this is a company that since its creation in 1999, has stuck with the idealism that Architecture is an area meant to focus on the desire to create and inspire through passion. The firm has tackled many projects that include apartments, civic institutions, theme-parks, and hotels. This Singapore based firm is known for its rigorous eye for detail, artistic sensitivity and their capacity for placement and proper choice of materials. A small look through their projects shows that they definitely have a modern architectural touch in their projects.
Dream Interiors has been created in 2006, and they are known for being designer furniture in Singapore, taking on several styles of furniture, from timeless classics to modern contemporaries. The company manages to bring together a varied collection of several curated European and American bespoke pieces of many styles. When it comes to their take on their clients, regardless of their wants and needs, they also aim to fill their homes with modernity, quality, and design. They are also known as being an exclusive distributor of brands such as Porro, Walter Knoll, and Living Divani.
Lush consists of a company focused on providing furniture and styling ideas to many types of clients. They count with a team of stylists which aim to provide the best counselling to their customers, by bringing them creative and playful contemporary designs and/or re-imaged modern classics. Not to mention that Lush has its own brand of furniture that follows those exact trends. A trip into their showroom allows any type of client to have a deeper look at their design style.
With over 15 years of experience, Marquis HQO is a commercial furniture consultant known for working closely with architects, developers, designers and homeowners with the purpose of providing them with the finest furniture. They are known for their interior and outdoor solutions, in which they provide to their clients a variety of luxury items, from bespoke furniture to Italian outdoor furniture. When taking on a new challenge they are a company focused on providing them with the highest standards of quality luxury and personalized customization to fit any need.
Having launched its first showroom in 2005, Proof Living is a good example of a company dedicated to showcasing the very best of luxury home furniture and accessory collections. Their showroom is an inspiration for many homeowners, architects and interior designers and thanks to their amazing career they’ve managed to win two awards in both 2013 and 2015 Singapore Tatler’s Best of Singapore and The Best Furniture Store (European) Award. Their take on the client’s taste manages to bring inspiration to even the people with the most exquisite taste.
M Moser is a firm that believes that design can positively impact both people’s well-being and productivity in the workplace. One of the main missions of the firm is promoting a transformative workplace culture. Most of their projects are focused around workplaces and their style aside from being very futuristic also has an emphasis on placing a pleasing aesthetic to obtain the goals for the ideal workplace they aim to promote. They are a good example of a company that leverages their global learnings, alongside their local know-how in order to obtain innovative workplaces.
Eight Design is a company with over 15 years of experience in interior and renovation contractor in Singapore, always with the aim of providing “comprehensive” solutions. Tackling both commercial or domestic project, this company has accessible prices as well as a highly qualified team of counsellors and carpenters that aim to provide the best quality interiors and also creating custom furniture. Their speciality is highly focused in commercial and residential projects, providing each of them with the best contemporary and modern style.
Created in 2004, United Team Lifestyle is a company that has the way of providing customers with personalized, unique and comprehensive solutions for many types of interior design projects, be them home, commercial design or even renovation work. They count with a varied team of professionals that have a special take on any style of the project. They strive to be more than a regular interior design company, by providing their clients with several styles, all of them defined by their minimalistic yet pleasant touches that definitely manage to leave their mark on the client’s final space.
Lastly, we get to the last name in our list: XFORM Design Studio. This is a company mostly known for its complete and innovative take on residential and commercial projects. They have a very complete range of services regarding interiors, among them project management, space planning, furniture design and fabrication and even cooperation in exhibition and gala events. XForm is known for having a “limitless flow” of design ideas giving a unique transformative touch to spaces they intervene on. They have a contemporary and modernist take on their interiors while adding a special touch of colour to many of their projects. Their talents have earned them a couple of design talents such as earning First Class Honours in Bachelor of Architecture at RMIT University Melbourne Australia, submitting the winning entry at the Bandar Sunway Master Planning & Architectural Design Competition and being awarded the honour of Best Bank Interior Design Merit Award by Institute of Interior Design Malaysia.
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Asia is becoming a very relevant continent when it comes to many business areas and, of course, interior design is included in the countdown. Today, Asian Interior Design ins bringing you a list of 20 picks for some of the best interior designers that have shown their value in Singapore. This is part 1 of our picks, so sit back, relax and enjoy.
Currently seen as one of the leading design studios operating in the Asia Pacific region, Design Intervention, led by the duo Nikki Hunt and Andrea Savage, has definitely managed to gain international attention due to the focus they give to detail, quality and creativity in every interior design project they take on. This company has tackled several types of clients (more specifically retail, leisure, architecture, product and interior design) having been featured in the top 90 architects of Interior Design Review. When it comes to their take on the interior design area, they have a variety of styles, all of them with the Asian touch: they can fuse East and West, create an Eclectic Glamour, Happy Chic, Refined Elegance and even a Maximalist exuberance.
Wimberly Interiors consists of a company with a wide portfolio of over 70 years of experience, and they are widely known worldwide for their take on the hospitality industry. Aside from Singapore, they are also present in cities such as NY, LA, Shangai, London, Dubai, and more, which allowed them to properly develop a certain cultural design sensitivity that makes their interiors unique. The best way to describe their work, aside from counting with a multicultural team is their style that ranges between the categories of luxurious, modern and eclectic, which is definitely an ideal combo for adapting to different cultures.
Founded by Cameron Woo (who happens to have New Guinea with Australian and Chinese parents), this company is a good example of a reference for many leading worldwide property developers, having had the chance of cooperating with prestige brands such as Dulux, Louis Vuitton and Philips Lighting. Among their most famous interior projects, we can name The Summa in Hong Kong, The Haven in Australia or the Swissotel the Stamford in Singapore. Woo himself is often invited as a guest speaker in many interior design conferences in China and abroad, and most of his popularity has to do with his design style in which he has proven time and again to be able to blend different colours, lines and textures effectively, with the purpose of creating a harmony and balance that emanate from his projects.
This company was established by Albano Daminato in 2001, who decided to take the step of creating his own business after being an associate designer for almost a decade within several designs and architectural studios in Australia and Asia. Studio Daminato specializes heavily in taking on projects involving private residential, commercial, retail corporate, theatre, and hospitality projects within countries such as Singapore, Indonesia, Thailand, Switzerland and Great Britain. This design studio is mainly known for being a multi-disciplinary firm with a very rigorous architectural approach to space planning, exploring many possibilities with a myriad of concepts, materials and colour palettes.
Created in 1972, by the late Mr Ong Teng Cheong and Mrs Ong Siew May, this company definitely became a weight reference regarding Asian interior designers. They currently have 12 offices in different countries, through which they provide amazing solutions for Design, Engineering and Project Management to several types of clients. Their “360 solution” that they have in mind while taking on a new project involves a combo of the words “Experience + Make + Live” in order to provide a modern and bespoke experience to their customers.
Maja Design group was created in 1995 by Isabelle Miaja, and since the 90 it definitely evolved into an amazing Singapore interior designer that always strives for the best in any new challenge they take on. With a heavy focus on hotels, this company has managed to work for potential names in this industry such as Accor, InterContinental Hotels Group, and Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group. A project that earned them a lot of attention was their take on the Sofitel Mumbai BKC in India. They have also worked for corporate developments, high-end residential & F&B clients, being very known for adding some unique art piece collections in each project, as well as considering the cultural context of the hotels they take on.
Pure Interior, for those who know this company’s work quite well, is a name often associated with the company’s love for luxury. Creating its first showroom in 2007, and expanding in that area starting 2013, this company has one of the most incredibly varied and culturally rich bespoke products one will ever see in a lifetime. They provide a myriad of several amazing products with several styles: Contemporary Classic, Art Deco, Transitional or Traditional, all of them with several cultures and origins. Pure Interior can definitely be highlighted for the variety of pieces they pick that can fin the needs of any type of client they take on.
W. Atelier is a purveyor of luxury home furnishings and accessories located in Singapore, has managed to establish itself as a curator of bespoke objects, both vintage and modern. They definitely have an eye for detail and design, providing friendly advice and top recommendations for all tastes and interior styles. The furniture they provide comes from several countries and is proper for more than one room in the house. According to their page, a philosophy they adopt in their business practises and in the advice they provide to clients focuses heavily on the Japanese philosophy of “Kaizen” which is an expression referring to “continuous improvement”.
Lastly, for now, we have CSYA, created by its current director Chan Sau Yan Sonny. Since 1993 they have been working and striving to achieve design excellence. Along with Yong Philip, Chan Sau has managed to run a successful business that has tackled residences, hotels, and commercial developments within Singapore and internationally. When it comes to their design style, due to the experience of the Directors, there are two main words they have in mind when taking on a new challenge: climate and context, mixed in with a very active collaboration with all of their stakeholders.
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All Eyes Were on The Design Events of Shanghai and Singapore – Design Shanghai and Design Week Singapore were two of the Best Events in March and they attracted attention to millions to these two locations, two of the Top Design Hubs in Asia.
Let’s start with Design Shanghai, Asia’s leading International Design Event. This year, Design Shanghai was, once again, one of the greatest Design Events in Asia! The aim of this Event was to gather the best of design, quality, and inspiration, as well as Asia’s most influential architects and interior designers. It hosted, once more, a wide selection from the world’s most established brands, talented local newcomers and many, many renowned galleries.
In the 2019 Edition, this fair had the presence of 400 of the top and leading international and home-grown design brands and galleries. They presented all of their exciting and innovative ideas through extensive product launches, bespoke installations, and exclusive networking events. The top attractions were definitely some incredible names of the Asian Design World, like Caspani, Vismara or Domus Aurea!
Another top Asian Design Event that was held this March in Asia was the famous Singapore Design Week. The annual SDW brings together a collection of local and international design activities. This event is still happening until the 17th of March 2019, and it is open to the design community, businesses, design students, public sector officers, and the general public. But unlike Design Shanghai, the SDW it’s not a Commercial Event, but rather a Design Art event. It focuses more on Art Instalments and Art Products, so don’t expect to find at this Design Week some of the biggest luxury brands of the planet!
Still, SDW is one of Asia’s premier design festivals for art lovers. The SDW champions design thought leadership by bringing together the design, business and public necessities and presenting them all to the latest innovation and solutions to build businesses, engage communities and enrich people’s lives through the passion of Art and Design. It is a hub where the best design talents and businesses from Singapore and Asia converge to be showcased to the world, but it’s also a platform where Singaporeans and visitors can experience the value of design through delightful activities.
This year, SDW promoted another incredible celebration of Art and Design! It was a huge success like the Design Shanghai event and we can’t wait for next year’s celebration!
Even in Asia these brands’ name are quite well known. These are the exclusive expensive furniture brands which have gained many admirers and buyers all over the world.
For this list, we’ve picked some brands which have done several works from modern designs to classic antiques, as well as from wood to high-quality leather models. This is our list of brands of exclusive expensive luxury furniture whose fame is known throughout the five continents.
The first on the list is Boca do Lobo. This Portuguese brand is known for its expensive and luxury trade, and also for their pieces furniture often described as exclusive and emotional. Their work is inspired and handcrafted in Portugal.
This is a design brand that aims to reflect an intense way of living, by bringing fierceness, strength, and power into an urban lifestyle. Among its range of furniture, we can find case goods, upholstery, lighting, rugs, art, and other artistic accessories.
Since 1989, Fendi Casa became a reference when it comes to the creation of furniture and other prestigious design objects. Their products have a tradition and a nostalgia, unlike any other designer brand.
Baxter is a brand which has a contemporary, quirky edge to their designs. They work with some of the best Italian designers as well as being known for having a modern approach to classic styles (like for example the iconic Chestermoon sofa).
Pieces such as ormolu traditional classic table lamps, marble lamps, lapis lamps, malachite lamps, and also 24-carat gold plated bronze lamps are some of Tomas Blakemore’s work. This brand’s lamps are a favorite among many 5-star hotels as well as many million dollar homes.
Even in Asia, there are fashion magazines which have their popularity in the interior design area. If you are a person who loves flipping through these magazines looking for the best tips in interior decoration then we’ll tell you about some of the bestinterior design magazines.
These magazines have a worldwide reach to millions of architects, designers, and decorators who wish to be on the top of the latest design trends. Check out this list of magazines that are known all over every continent in the world.
International, influential and trendy, CovetED is seen as the world’s top collectors source for interior design and luxury lifestyle. On each edition, you will find a curated selection of interior design projects, as well as exclusive interviews with the world’s best and collectible travel guides.
Known for decades as “the international design authority”, Architectural Digest is another reference when it comes to the areas of design, celebrity style and traveling. It also explores other themes among which culture, travel, and shopping.
Dwell is a magazine which guides readers through the essentials and trends of interior design world. In 2010,this publication was mentioned “as a fine blend between sustainable design, architecture, and interior design”, as well as one of the main responsible for changes in the design industry.
This magazine is one of the top interior design magazines in the world. Aside from having decorating and design tips from experts and celebrities it also presents informative articles on interior trends and architecture, interviews, shopping guides and other contents relevant for decorators and designers. This magazine’ aims to inspire their two million readers into making their world more beautiful… one room at a time.
Ever since this magazine was created in 1996, it certainly became one of the world’s most important design and lifestyle magazines. Wallpaper is a must read magazine, especially if you’re into themes such as architecture, fashion, traveling, and others.
This magazine approaches themes such as modern homes, interior design trends, decorating ideas and interiors shopping guides. Directed to the most style-conscious readers, it’s aspiration is to achieve a relaxed modern home.
Country Living is a magazine which offers some design ideas which the natural country feel. You can also find some useful tips on gardening, recipes and craft ideas you can do yourself.
Architecture and design are professions in which the styles evolve, the technologies advance and there are more and the professionals in this area have newer and bigger challenges. We decided to bring you our list of the top 10 Asian interior designers.
Hashimoto Yukio’s philosophy of focusing on ambiance instead of the materials to be used has conceded him the fame of being one of the most minimalistic (yet effective) interior designers of all time. Yukio’s design works have taken place in several types of facilities, like private restaurants, offices, commercial spaces, and hospitality.
This enterprise has been on the market for around 20 years, and it is one good example of a good luxury furniture design. Their projects have changed the look and life of private homes, condominiums, and commercial spaces.
Since the 60s Noi Shigemasa has been working in areas such as store design, exhibition design, and display design. Today he’s still one of Japan’s well-known designers, being involved in several projects involving interior design.
Idee was born when two colleagues from ESAG Penninghan art and design school in Paris decided to set up their own organization in Beijing. From 2004 to 2008 they have expanded with the brand Da Ran Design which produces furniture, lamps, and tableware. In the lighting department, the most well-known product of this brand is Jellyfish Crystal Chandelier.
This furniture design studio and lifestyle brand which was first created by architect and artist Lv Yongzhong all the way back in 2006. With a very Zen approach to their creations, they usually mix traditional Oriental aesthetics with a modern and individual approach depending on the customer’s tastes.
This company was first created over two decades ago by Ed Ng and Terence Ngan, since then becoming one of Hong Kong’s luxury furniture powerhouses. Their work is particularly well known amongst several international hotels some of them being Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts, Mandarin Oriental and also the W Hotels.
U-Home is known as a very dedicated and competent design company since 1999. Their work focuses mostly on commercial and residential projects providing services in consultancy, construction, and renovation. Fun fact: they have a showroom at Ubi Avenue.
DB Studio is well known in Singapore for its design consulting service as well as renovation of other projects. Known for their mostly minimalistic and modern style their goal is to design and build spaces that reflect their customers’ lifestyle.
Last but not least we couldn’t have this list without mentioning Joyce Wang whose fame is known all around the world. The designer, who knew what she wanted since she was a child, is known for her creations and works in several interior spaces capable of transporting a person to a different time period or put them in a different mood.
In the heart of China, a tropically inspired bar was built to make the most of the world references throughout the world. The bar is meant to represent the hopefulness of a relaxing time. Check out this bar interior design which will definitely make you want to bring the party back to your home!
When a person is in China, you have to be open to new ideas, new design, new inspirations. This is one of the most incredible countries when it comes to bringing some of the latest technology, as well as interior, and outdoor design being parts that aren’t forgotten. Proof of that is “Barraco” – a bar which recently opened in Shangai!
Q&A Architecture Design Research was the enterprise who took care of this outstanding bar design. Fun fact: the materials used were recycled, which makes this bar’s look even more amazing! Aside from having a unique seating room bar design, the furniture placed at “Barraco” presents customers with swings as well as a changing table!
The fact that the design company used demolished buildings to create “Barraco” helped them to find the reusable materials. They used old doors, windows, and other objects to bring an informal look to this unique and colorful bar.
The tropical-inspired interior was obtained by using the wood and white gravel which were on the floor and walls as models to sustain the interior design project. Another way they used to bring more of the tropical touch to it was applying plants, lighting and the individual way of seating (we are talking of course about the swings!).
There is a door made of wood and glass which leads to another area. The plants that hang above a bright yellow door turned into a hanging table bring a special feature: behind it, are even more swings as well as a second bar area. These bar interior design ideas are sure to make you want to bring your home bar inspiration: a light you’ve never needed.
An “Asian Zen” design style is a good option if your goal is to create a calming decoration where you can shelter yourself from the stresses of daily life. When it comes to the furniture Natural Materials are a must! For example, in the flooring, you can consider bamboo flooring planks or even a stone flooring in the kitchen or bathroom.
Clean lines, specifically basic shapes such as squares, rectangles, or circles are one of the golden rules in this style of decoration. Something which usually looks good in a living room is low coffee tables (like Lapiaz Center Table by Boca do Lobo in the image above) or even block-shaped sofas, for example. Also, simple lines as a decorative element usually do the trick!
Good lighting is a must in Asian decoration which is why you should promote the entrance of as much natural light as possible. At nighttime, however, you can opt by sculptural lighting choices which will help grant a unique elegance to the rooms.
When it comes to the coloring of the rooms, whites and soft neutrals are the ideals for wall coverings and large pieces of furniture (especially in the sofas). Asian decoration in general as a matter of fact usually demands color palettes of tones that don’t awake too many stimuli. After all, home is supposed to be your personal sanctuary, right? However, we have a little secret for you: golden is also a good color in Asian decoration as you can see from this image with the Manuka Center Table by Brabbu (as seen above)!
Have you heard about the concept of Feng Shui? You should really look into it especially if your goal is to create a balanced type of decoration in your bedroom. Some simple tips involve: using calming hues, using a minimalistic decoration by decluttering and adding a natural-like decoration.
Asia is an incredible continent to visit, and the hotel options you have in several countries have breathtaking lobbies to match. Here’s out list of Asia’s 10 Best Luxury Hotel Lobby Designs.
Four Seasons Toronto
The hotel Four Seasons Toronto is located in the most glamorous shopping and restaurant quarter. And its hotel lobby blends sophistication and design together in one space.
The St Regis Shenzhen, China
The lobby of the St Regis Shenzhen in China is a good example of a fresh concept design with a visionary style and beautiful decorations to match.
Four Seasons Hotel, Guangzhou
From the moment a person enters Four Seasons Hotel in Guangzhou, he or she is greeted with one of the most impressively decorated spaces in the city. An example of modern decoration at its best.
Studio M Hotel, Singapore
The lighting in this hotel may be the first thing you look at in Studio M Hotel in Singapore. The creativity of this hotel’s look is also a positive point!
Considered to be one of the world’s most beautiful hotels, it’s natural that Raffles Singapore’s lobby would have that same fame. It’s a perfect a perfect combination between civilization and culture on one of the most thrilling cities in the whole world.
The Anam Villas, Nha Trang, Vietnam
The Anam Villas feature an open-air lobby which allows guests to have splendid views of Cam Ranh Bay. Truly a Vietnamese paradise.
W Retreat Koh Samui, Thailand
What’s the highlight of W Retreat Koh Samui? One thing we can point out is the indoor-outdoor floating lobby which is a truly breathtaking vision.
Palazzo Versace, Dubai
Palazzo Versace is one of the highlights in a city where there are several luxury hotels. The lobby is one that breathes elegance with an extra touch of the red and gold furnishing around.
ME Dubai Hotel
Right now this hotel is set to be one of the UAE’s most distinctive properties. Just by looking at the centerpiece we can definitely see why!
Hotel ICON, Hong Kong
Hotel Icon has Asia’s largest indoor vertical garden within its lobby. This was designed by French botanist and artist Patrick Blanc, measuring 18 meters in height and covering around 230 square meters.