Bree Dahl joins ForrestPerkins

ForrestPerkins announced that Bree Dahl joined the company as VP. Dahl, an interior designer with deep international experience, will be based in ForrestPerkins' Dallas office. Her responsibilities include oversight of design in the firm's three offices as well as marketing and client relations.

Dahl's most recent position was as director of design for Crown Limited, a Melbourne, Australia based developer and operator of five star gaming resorts, where she was responsible for design and brand management of a multi-billion dollar property portfolio spread over Australia and Asia.

Prior to her position with Crown Limited, Dahl served as senior director of design for St. Regis and Luxury Collection at Starwood Hotels and Resorts, a position she held for four years.  She was responsible for interior design direction and execution for Starwood's luxury hotels in North America, South America and Europe.  Key renovation projects Dahl oversaw include The St. Regis New York, for which she personally designed the Dior and Tiffany Suites, The St. Regis Princeville, The St. Regis Houston and The Royal Hawaiian.  She also oversaw new builds, such as The St. Regis Atlanta, The St. Regis Deer Crest, The St. Regis Bahia Beach Resort as well as adaptive use projects, including the Joule and the Nines.

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From offices in Dallas, San Francisco and Washington, DC, ForrestPerkins specializes in the design of luxury hotels, resorts and multi-residential properties worldwide. The firm's hospitality projects include brands such as St. Regis, Ritz-Carlton, Four Seasons, Fairmont, The Luxury Collection, JW Marriott, Waldorf Astoria, Hyatt, Hilton and independent luxury properties such as The Jefferson, Washington, DC and the five star-five Diamond Hermitage Hotel, Nashville.

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