Alexandra Champalimaud, a Portuguese interior designer that lives in New York City, has some of the most renowned projects around the world.
New York Design Agenda choose three projects of this fantastic designer, that come to our mind, as her iconic projects, we choose Alexandra Champalimaud and her team work in Taos, NM; an incredible office space in New York City; and she was just completed the renovations at the Hotel Bel Air in Los Angeles.
Right now the firm is working on a particularly wonderful place—the highest of high-end residential that’s extremely sexy, on the top of the peak in Hong Kong. After that they have a wonderful residential property on the water in Miami, the lobby of which is really fun. It’s very modern, however, it has an enormous soul and speaks to the enduring relevance of those great, original art deco Miami buildings.
The third great project is a beautiful private boutique hotel project in Nassau, on top of a hill. It feels like a contemporary, modern plantation. Meanwhile, in Bath in the U.K.,a 19th-century hospital is converted into the Gainsborough Bath Spa hotel with reclaimed Roman ruins. It features a one-of-a kind spa with therapeutic pools and singular access to the local healing mineral waters.
There were also finished a few residences—one on Park Avenue, another beautiful, turn-of-the-century house in Denver, an incredible from-scratch hybrid club-hotel on West 44thStreet in New York, the lobby of the Verizon building on the west side of Manhattan, and renovations to the public spaces in the New York Palace hotel.
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