The design was overseen by London- and Hong Kong-based practice Joyce Wang Studio.
New York-based firm Yuji Yamazaki Architecture was involved in the design of the property.
The surface is specially engineered with Bianco Montorfano, a granite quarried in the northwest of Italy.
Bankers is a contemporary light that fits equally well on grand mahogany desks and clean-lined work spaces.
The company launched four brand-new custom luxury collections for hotels and resorts.
The Hotel Elephant Weimar has 99 guestrooms, all redesigned to celebrate the property’s artistic and architectural heritage.
The hotel underwent a renovation that included guestrooms, public spaces and meeting rooms, as well as various mechanical and back-of-house upgrades.
The 80-room hotel recently completed $500,000 in renovations and is owned by John Owens, president of Owens Hospitality Group.
The 80-room property is the second hotel in the Wisconsin market to be managed by IPD.
Tokyo-based architectural/engineering firm Nihon Sekkei and general contractor Takenaka Corporation were also involved in the development of the property.