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HBA‘s worldwide reach, breadth of expertise, and in-depth industry knowledge enable its designers to spot interior design trends early on, make definite forecasts about future directions and breakthroughs, and impact global sign standards. The ultimate goal of HBA is to create value, elevate standards, and improve a project owner’s and operator’s brand.
Today’s luxury brands, independent modern boutique hotels, urban resorts spas, world-class homes, restaurants, and casinos all have unique looks created by HBA. Each HBA interior, from coast to coast, is the product of a unique and attentive reaction to location, architecture, and the client’s vision.
HBA is a genuine global enterprise, with over 1,200 designers in 24 locations in practically every major city around the world. With each new project, HBA‘s international presence, paired with its comprehensive understanding of the interior design sector, has made it possible to reinvent the language of design.
HBA‘s design, which is housed in The Palm Tower on Dubai‘s world-famous Palm Jumeirah, represents St. Regis’ refined style, mixing local elements with the brand’s modern splendour and imaginative spirit.
HBA designed a space that is both completely contemporary and discreetly reminiscent of the past, inspired by the very significant tree, the region’s signature plant.
The highly anticipated hotel will include 264 luxuriously designed rooms and 26 magnificent suites, each with floor-to-ceiling windows that provide panoramic views of The Palm Jumeirah and Dubai’s cityscape.
The Palm Tower, which occupies the first eighteen floors of Nakheel’s new 52-story landmark property, The Palm Tower, provides direct access to Nakheel Mall’s stores, restaurants, cinema, and a variety of entertainment options.
The Revier Hotel Dubai is the company’s first property outside of Switzerland. The team was charged with giving the hotel a Swiss character while also ensuring that the interior design was true to the brand. The design team experimented with the notion of fusing the Swiss slopes with the desert’s undulating sand dunes by blending warm and cool colours, integrating aspects of a traditional Swiss ski lodge while ensuring that it suited the surrounding environment and culture.
The simplistic design allowed the team to be inventive with materials in order to limit waste, and the majority of the materials used in the project were found locally, with recycled materials being utilised where feasible.
The first part of the Shangri-La Dubai‘s refurbishment was finished by HBA, who wanted to give the resort a new, bright, and modern look after it had been a Dubai mainstay for more than a decade. The hotel’s public facilities, including the main lobby and lounge, Dunes Café, hallways, elevator lobby, and bedrooms, have all been renovated.
The new design combines the hotel’s sophisticated atmosphere with next-generation appeal to complement its surroundings in Sheikh Zayed, Dubai, which is positioned in the centre of the bustling and quickly developing metropolis.
The resort was finished in 2018, when the 302 guestrooms are unveiled to commemorate the renovation’s completion.
The hotel was built to mix the magnificent metropolitan manor design of the flagship St. Regis New York with rich Arabic culture and the sumptuous Art Deco era, and is positioned on the lively Corniche in the heart of the UAE city.
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Written by Rebecca Ferreira