The Gettys Group appoints Marcela Lombana as senior project designer

The Gettys Group named Marcela Lombana as senior project designer of its Miami Studio, which is celebrating its 10th anniversary this year.

Lombana brings more than 13 years’ experience working as an interior designer with a background in high-profile hospitality and luxury residential projects mainly in the South Florida and Latin American markets.

Lombana’s first interior design position was with Kobi Karp Architecture & Interior Design of Miami. Her first hospitality design project was the Hilton Ft. Lauderdale. She worked on a variety of interior projects, mostly in South Florida and the Caribbean. Lombana also worked with RTKL Associates.

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In 2009 Lombana established a consulting studio and focused on the Latin America hospitality market advising on projects including concept hotels, theme restaurants and resorts. Her work has been featured USA Today, Hotel Design Magazine and Miami Home & Décor.

The Gettys Group’s Miami Studio, led by director Lorraine Knapp Masch, LEED AP, marks its 10th year this year. Its hospitality projects include the Autograph Playa Largo Resort in Key Largo, the Doubletree Nashville and the Wyndham Lake Buena Vista in Orlando.

The Gettys Group is a global design firm offering a suite of services including interior design, procurement, branding and consulting, serving clients in the Americas, Asia Pacific, The Middle East/North Africa and Europe. 

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