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Top Interior Designers: Hospitality Projects by Rottet Studio
Top Interior Designers: Hospitality Projects by Rottet Studio

If you’re searching for interior design inspiration for your next project, keep on reading because this time we are talking about Top Interior Designers: Hospitality Projects by Rottet Studio.

The studio is an international architecture and design firm with an extensive portfolio of corporate and hospitality projects for the world’s leading companies and brands. In the last decade, founder of the firm – Lauren Rottet, FAIA, FIIDA has developed Rottet Studio into one of the finest interior design and architecture practices in the United States, which is consistently ranked among the corporate and hospitality Top 100 Design Giants by Interior Design magazine and was recently recognized as one of the Top 3 Most Admired Design Firms in the World. Moreover, Rottet Studio’s architects and designers have received international attention and attracted an esteemed list of clients and are actively engaged in projects throughout North America, Asia, Europe, and the Middle East.


The owner of the Rottet Studio – Lauren Rottet is one of the most-celebrated interior architects firm in the world today with an extraordinary record of awards, publications, lectures, juries and honours. She´s known for her expertise and leadership in the commercial office and hospitality design. Lauren has created offices for many of the Fortune100 Companies including Goldman Sachs, Disney and GE and others.

Top Interior Designers: Hospitality Projects by Rottet Studio

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Rottet Studio is a home for some of the most talented designers in the world who´s interest – to develop beautiful, inspiring and influential projects for their clients with a touch of Rottet Studio´s style and sophistication. Studio´s interior designers focus on enhanced functionality, efficiency, flexibility and productivity, without sacrificing design integrity. And although firm’s broad range of services includes interior architecture and design, furniture design, graphic design, product design, branding, and art selection this time let´s focus on their hospitality projects.

 

Loews Regency Hotel, New York

The studio is known in the marketplace as innovators, not followers. Reflecting a desire to improve the human experience through the built environment, Rottet Studio´s designers provide innovative architectural solutions characterized by precise detail and direct response to the client’s goals.

Stunning BRABBU armchairs and sofas were chosen for this Rottet Studio´s project. The brand – that belong to the Covet House group – has some of its most iconic pieces featured in it. DUKONO | ARMCHAIR is the star of the room and catches the attention of many visitors from all over.

Top Interior Designers: Hospitality Projects by Rottet Studio

 

Langham Hotel, Hong Kong

With best-of-class design professional’s teams in Houston, Los Angeles, New York and Hong Kong, Rottet Studio is ideally positioned to exceed clients’ expectations. And although studio is best known for their corporate office design, they are making a name for themselves designing hotels.

Top Interior Designers: Hospitality Projects by Rottet Studio

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Top Interior Designers: Hospitality Projects by Rottet Studio

The Surrey Hotel, New York

“Our responsibility is to exceed the client’s goals and expectations by creating a concept that improves functionality, efficiency, flexibility and productivity, without sacrificing design integrity.” – Rottet Studio.

Top Interior Designers: Hospitality Projects by Rottet Studio

Top Interior Designers: Hospitality Projects by Rottet Studio

The Driskill Hotel, Austin

To come up with a strong design concept, with a clear focus on the big picture, Rottet Studio´s designers invest in an in-depth process of investigating the identity, culture, attitudes, fashion and financial performance of their private or commercial clients. Thus, for a Rottet Studio´s team a good design is one that complements a brand’s image, addresses operational efficiency and accommodates future changes.

Top Interior Designers: Hospitality Projects by Rottet Studio

Top Interior Designers: Hospitality Projects by Rottet Studio

St. Regis Aspen Resort, Aspen

Probably the most emblematic project of Rottet Studio – The St. Regis Aspen Resort in Aspen, Colorado. This resort is the contemporary version of a Gilded Age mountainside manor which provides an uncompromising base for arbiters of fine food and wine, connoisseurs of culture and adventure seekers. The $40 million interior and exterior renovation by Rottet Studio represents the new standard of luxury design in Aspen and holds true to the style and elegance of the St. Regis brand.

Top Interior Designers: Hospitality Projects by Rottet Studio

The design of The St. Regis Aspen Resort in Aspen is a unique blend of historic luxury and tradition with the unpredictable addition of contemporary art and attitude, underscored by clever furnishings and accessories. The deliberate design and structural updates speak to the sensibilities of Aspen residents and guests.

Top Interior Designers: Hospitality Projects by Rottet Studio

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