The 4,100-square-foot store has architectural and interior design elements rooted in central Florida’s history.
The circa-1857 hotel has a well-preserved façade and a contemporary interior.
This collection of lights gives the impression that a cascade of crystals erupted through a crack in the ceiling.
The collection includes new streamlined washbasin, tray and bathtub designs.
The new Corian products are: Corian Delight bathtubs, Corian Smart shower trays and Corian Casual shower trays.
The Hamister Group owns the $35-million project, which began construction this month.
Custom pieces will complement the refurbishment of both the interiors and exterior of the Pacific Coast Highway-located hotel.
The design team preserved the property’s historic architecture while adding contemporary details and new artwork.
The venues helmed by executive chef Massimo De Francesca will be designed by Markzeff and Powerstrip Studio.
CBCS Equities and Barone Management developed the 13-story, 202-room hotel.