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Jeffrey Beers International is a New York-based full-service studio with a global reach that specializes in architecture, design, and planning from hotel hospitality to resorts, from restaurants to residential. Jeffrey Beers International‘s signature style can be seen in several resorts, hotels, restaurants and luxury residences. The firm is known for its custom fixtures, sensitivity to the texture and color of materials, and elegant proportions.
Jeffrey Beers International has brought its proven track record in world-class hospitality to Costa Smeralda, their first project for an Italian audience. The firm has designed a multitude of hospitality spaces, including a culinary market, restaurants, bars, and even a casino. The team enhanced the hospitality experience while staying true to the mantra “the best of Italy,” providing a true sense of place and a vibrant Genius Loci that puts guests right in the center of Italy.
JBI created an experimental and immersive destination restaurant where guests feel transported to the studio set of Gordon Ramsay’s popular show, Hell’s Kitchen. With design features that are engaging to all senses and are a nod to both the red and blue teams featured on the show, the dynamic and bustling kitchen is the centerpiece of this unique eatery to be enjoyed and appreciated from every seat in the house.
The renovated 40/40 Club is a dazzling sports bar-nightclub hybrid that reflects the personal style of owner Jay-Z. Its two levels are connected by an upscale version of bleachers—subway tile, metallic-upholstered banquettes, and mirrored columns combine winningly. Taking inspiration from the neighborhood’s classic architecture, glowing lights set off the original grand arched windows, a massive fiber-optic chandelier appoints the entry, and an illuminated bottle tower anchors the glowing resin bar. When it’s game time, four jumbo 165-inch flat screens satisfy the biggest of sports fans.
Ark Restaurant Group commissioned Jeffrey Beers International to renovate this large, iconic restaurant on the banks of the Potomac River. JBI modernized the interior and designed a new “destination” bar on the dining level that creates a visual presence through the windows to the plaza outside. Jeffrey Beers envisioned the ‘new’ Sequoia as an avant-garde space to showcase the client’s contemporary art, while always remaining mindful that this gallery-like space is and must still function as a restaurant.
The renovation of the existing lobby bar was inspired by Boston’s rich nautical and shipping history, including the city’s iconic wharves. Reflecting on Boston’s rich academic heritage, the hospitality space is also inspired by the city’s intellectual nature and many libraries. The two areas, The Bar and The Library, are visually united through a number of design elements and materials, such as blackened metal and brass, leathers and velvet, and dark stained woods.
Inspired By The Look
This neutral restaurant design provides maximum comfort with velvet upholstered dining chairs and dining sofa.
At Distrito T-Mobile, Puerto Rico’s ultimate venue for fun and entertainment, you will find a variety of super fun options for drinking and dining, either daytime or nighttime. Jeffrey Beers International designed three of the memorable venues, including Barullo, La Central, and Lupe Reyes. Each distinct venue celebrates a certain culture and culinary tradition with a fresh, modern approach to hospitality design and Puerto Rican tradition. Color, artistry, and lighting are carefully choreographed to create venues that are distinctive, inviting, and visually tantalizing.
For the fifth outpost of this award-winning contemporary Greek restaurant, Jeffrey Beers International worked closely with owner Costas Spiliadis to ensure every inch of the expansive space physically represents the Milos philosophy: the highest-quality ingredients prepared authentically and offered with heartfelt hospitality. The wood ceiling, ethereal pendant globes, and bronze-accented bar add warmth to the pristine, predominantly bright-white dining room, which provides two seating areas, one a raised platform.
Working closely with acclaimed chef Jean-George Vongerichten, Jeffrey Beers International has reimagined the exceptional Suviche and Market restaurants at the flagship One & Only Resort in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. Rich, warm, and inviting, the interior design combines the local character with classic European elegance and a touch of Moorish style to provide a cohesive experience across the various dining options.
JBI provided full design service to Cordish for the development of Waterside District from concept to completion. Norfolk’s rich nautical and industrial history inspired our design of the property. The design team crafted the city’s newest destination using stained concrete, white-washed brick, blackened steel, reclaimed wood and exposed structural elements to evoke the gritty glory of bygone days when shipyards populated the waterfront.
A fluid environment that transitions from a restaurant to a nightclub over the course of a day, Toy was originally conceived as a pop-up space within the Gansevoort hotel in Manhattan. Toy transports guests into a surreal kaleidoscopic world, inspired by the notion that a restaurant can be as changeable as fashion. The “transformation” theme that defines Toy is expressed through its design, which intentionally plays with layers, texture, light, and graphics.
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