Rockwell Group updates Four Seasons Hotel Miami’s function spaces

The Four Seasons Hotel Miami in Brickell completed a redesign of its sixth floor function spaces as well as its seventh floor lobby, blending the two spaces together for shared usage. In the redesign, the hotel worked with Rockwell Group, a New York City design firm, which gave the spaces mid-century modern look influenced by the ocean that surrounds the urban resort.

According to Hilli Wuerz from the Rockwell Group, the design team sought to better define and delineate the spaces and provide lounge areas with a high-end residential feel.

There are sea botanicals, fans and coral designs on carpets, complimented with muted neutral tones and blue hues. Wall treatments are textured with an array of light and airy accents throughout the spaces.

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The Grand Ballroom now has hand-painted wall treatments by artist Maja Romanoff. Custom-made furniture includes ceruse pieces with ash and white quartz tops, and sofa with dark tones.

The Sky Bridge has views from all angles and was transformed into an additional function space, rather than a corridor. It now has new carpeting, elevated ceilings and a light installation by British designer Tom Dixion.

Dan Normandin is the GM of Four Seasons Hotel Miami.

Photo credit: Four Seasons Hotel Miami

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