top of page
  • Instagram
  • Facebook
  • LinkedIn
Hospitality Design

When designing the renovation of the 110,000 sqft iconic hotel, one of the main design objectives was maintaining the historic traits of its traditional bones while creating a luxurious contemporary and functional design. In contrasting the new elements with the old, classical motifs were  embraced and reinvigorated into  a contemporary form. The hotel’s existing antique chandeliers and gilded wall mouldings were complimented with  new dark wood accents, light marble stone floors, and a sophisticated colour palette of grey, blues, and golds which harmoniously blend the old and the new. 

hospitality design for historical hotel renovation



luxurious design elements in lobby bar

The lounge was transformed by designing  a feature bar that overlooks  the park, creating a  visual connection between the interior space and the exterior landscape. The restaurant displays industrial vintage accents and traditional elegance to create a cozy environment,  catering to a  variety of occasions and clientele. 

private dining room design
Victorian classical lounge seating
guestroom soft goods renovation
chandelier and vintage clock

Polished chrome, rich Sapele wood, natural stone, elegant mirrors, and vintage accents elevate the  guestrooms and suites  providing  a luxurious hotel experience that takes guests to another time era in modern day style.  The suites offer a restful environment with regal accents of burgundy, gold, and indigo paired with furniture and casegoods  constructed with ornate complex detailing that resonates Victorian classical aesthetics. 

The guestrooms and suites  exude sophistication and calmness with warm colours of taupe and cool greys. Repeated applications of damasks pattern textiles and finishes reflecting those found in  public areas were used  to maintain  a cohesive look,  balancing  the remaining areas of  the hotel.  

modernized Victorian classical hospitality design
baroque style design materials
bottom of page