St. Regis Bal Harbour Resort showcases Michael Wolk collaboration with Pavilion Furniture

The Michael Wolk for Pavilion Furniture collection is now featured at Atlantikos, a Greek restaurant in the St. Regis Bal Harbour Resort.

Miami-based Pavilion Furniture, a manufacturer of indoor/outdoor furniture, has partnered with interior designer Michael Wolk to create the Michael Wolk for Pavilion Furniture collection. The collection can be seen at a number of resorts, most recently at the new Greek restaurant Atlantikos at the St. Regis Bal Harbour Resort.

For this collection, Wolk worked with the Pavilion Furniture’s team to design an all-American-manufactured set of high-end pieces. Wolk’s design approach is said to be "eclectic and refined." 

The collection consists of lounge chairs and sofas, ottomans, dining/cocktail tables, love seats and chaise lounges. Reminiscent of the colors of Greece, the pieces at Atlantikos use bright blue and white shades with contrasting yet complimentary styles, shapes and materials. Wolk's collection was designed to let pieces from one collection "intermingle" with those from another, making each hotel's selection unique.

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Beyond the St. Regis Bal Harbour Resort, Pavilion’s list of hotel contracts includes the SLS Brickell, the Fontainebleau and Caesars Palace as well as multiple Hilton, Loews and Marriott hotels. 

 

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