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On November 30 of 2018 at the River Pavilion, Javits Center in New York City has celebrated the 13th-annual Best of Years awards. The Best of Year Awards become the ultimate measure of excellence. Today, Restaurant Interior Design show you the winners and honorees of Interior Design‘s 13th annual Best of Year Awards at the Hotel Dining category.
In total, the Best of Year Awards included an astonishing 2,000 entries and 586 finalists in 133 design categories showcasing what’s happening today in every category of design while simultaneously setting the bar even higher for the future.
The new hotel at City of Dreams pioneers a new level of luxury in Macau. Morpheus is the world’s first free-form exoskeleton high-rise architectural sculpture, designed by world-renowned architecture heavyweight late Dame Zaha Hadid. Occupying the third floor of the Hotel, the newest Alain Ducasse restaurant aim to represent a ‘unique universe in the gastronomy world’, said Ducasse.
Chef Ducasse emphasizes the importance of design in all of your projects brand the and at Morpheus is was no different. Structure into a metronome glass installations, hushed pastel tones, and mobiles chandeliers the dining room has by designed by the Jouin-Mank design. The dinner could appreciate ultimate hotel dining experience with a restaurant creative concept with every detail focuses on the quality.
Housed within the Viceroy Hotel Chicago (which is also the historic site of the 1920s Cedar Hotel), Somerset is the 4th collaboration between Boka Restaurant Group and Avroko and the latest culinary concept from the esteemed chef Lee Wolen. Avroko team took inspiration from the 60s and 70s when the Kennedy-esque leisure set was in its heyday frequenting country clubs throughout America.
Somerset restaurant design area measures more than 12,000 square feet, including the kitchen. The operation has multiple spaces, including a bar, restaurant, terrace, and private dining spaces, combining for a total of 366 seats. The second-floor dining room area is a bit more sedate than the ground floor bar. Furnishings are still 60s and 70s inspired, but the flooring was swapped from the custom patterned wood to a more traditional hardwood.
The interior design of the was once again hosted by BLVD, a multi-year partner of Hyatt Place. The interiors incorporate stylised waves into the ceiling and shades of blue and silvery flashes alongside the long-lined silhouettes of fish baskets reimagined as pool-side sales and timber grilled screens.
The hotel dining area highlights the brand’s vitality in a stylish and light tone. The diversity of seats, lighting, and floor materials eliminates the embarrassment of irregularly shaped and oversized areas in the restaurant, giving more freedom of choice.
Glossy, matte, texture-filled marble and all kinds of carpets are laid out in the same linear design language, echoing the curved design of the building. The lively and bright marine decorative painting breaks the tranquility of the space, and the visual beauty brought by impact enriches the spatial level.
Encompassing 7,300 square feet of prime Las Vegas real estate overlooking the legendary Fountains of Bellagio, LAGO by Julian Serrano brings a progressive luxury hotel dining experience to the Bellagio Resort & Casino. An open private dining room area is enclosed by two large screens comprised of pleated red leather, suede, and velvet that cup the private dining table to create a sophisticated retreat, anchored by a suspended custom chandelier inspired by antique Italian Damigiana.
The restaurant’s interior successfully embodies the energy of Italian Futurism and injects its colorful pulse into the Bellagio Resort & Casino. The dining room has floor-to-ceiling panoramic windows, ensuring LAGO has the most spectacular views of the resort’s iconic fountains ever experienced on The Strip. Adjacent to the dining room, an interior design open-air patio offers waterfront seating centered on Lake Bellagio.
One of two Ducasse Restaurants found at Morpheus hotel the latest jewel in Macau’s City of Dreams, Voyages is a celebration of contemporary multi-ethnic cuisine is based on a brand new concept – with South American and Asian cuisines as the focus – inspired by the 61-year-old chef’s travel experiences over the past 30 years. Morpheus is the only resort in the world that houses the unparalleled presence of the legendary chef.
As well as matching the interior design scheme, the color orange is said to reflect positivity and optimism, a winning combination to help diners relax and enjoy their hotel dining experience.
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