Iwata Chizaki, Architectus of Australia, ISA, Wilson Associates and Pike Withers are all involved in the development of the property.
Interior designers Bruno Moinard and Claire Betaille of 4BI & Associates worked with Patrick Jouin and Sanjit Manku from Jouin Manku for the renovation.
Available in glass or stone, the collection enhances interiors with geometric symmetry achieved through varied shapes and patterns.
There are 10 new patterns, including: Tick Tack (Ocean), Highland (Sugar), Tundra (Capri), Nomad (Capri), Morning Glory (Capri) and Serengeti (Blue Steel).
The Kalife collection uses woven polyester, lacquered aluminum structure, durable cushions and colorful Sunbrella fabrics.
Construction on the new 42-room boutique hotel and restaurant in downtown Waterville, Maine, is expected to start this year.
The property, which is located directly on Pier 1 in Brooklyn Bridge Park, was designed with equal parts sustainability and luxury in mind.
Further consolidation, European elections, state of financing all on the mind of Colliers' Head of EMEA Hotels.
The 82-room hotel is being developed on the grounds of the 1982 World’s Fair Park, adjacent to downtown Knoxville.
The new owner is transforming the shuttered Hotel Savoy into a 120-room boutique hotel with a contemporary art museum.