AvroKO is New York-based design firm which has a unique signature style. The design studio has been revolutionizing the hospitality industry since 2001. Encompassing a multitude of disciplines while creating thoughtful and engaging architecture, brands, products, and environments, the New York-based design firm is one of the most innovative companies in the field.
Their unique hospitality design projects are a beautiful embodiment of mid-century and contemporary design. With special attention to detail and an incredible eye for bespoke furniture, the studio creates spaces with tones of visual interest. Places to be lived and admired!
Chief Chicago is a modern pied-a-terre meant to serve as a third space for women to find supportive connection and empowerment. A mix of vintage and contemporary furniture pieces evoke a worldly aesthetic, while the expression of the existing architectural wood beam structure is celebrated with workshop detailing in millwork and cabinetry details. Art features emphasize this thriving workshop atmosphere with bold canvasses laid out in the space as if in mid-process. An amazing work by AvroKO!
Eaton Hong Kong
Once a business hotel in the ’90s, Eaton is a reinvented hotel in Kowloon, Hong Kong, designed to organically build community and to inspire creative collaboration and activism. AvroKO takes inspiration from the evocative nostalgia of the 1950s and ’60s Hong Kong, and applies features such as neon signs in the most harmonious of ways.
Located on the 19th floor of the Rosewood Hotel in Bangkok, Nan Bei, meaning South and North respectively in Chinese, is a luxurious, contemporary Chinese dining experience backdropped by an exhilarating view of the Bangkok skyline. Inspired by the Chinese legend of the Weaver Girl and the Cowherd, the space features a 7-meter-high light installation with a moongate screen, blue lacquered ceilings, and a custom chandelier. An amazing design project by Avro KO!
Situated on the top floor of the Rosewood hotel in Bangkok, Lennon’s is a speakeasy-style bar inspired by a funky home recording studio mixed with some space-age flair while taking art references from the Vienna Secession period. A great design inspiration!
Situated in the historic Stephen Girard Building located in Philadelphia’s famed shopping district on Market Street, the design of Canopy by Hilton Philadelphia Center City was inspired by the golden era of department stores, specifically by East Market Street, which helped to shape the modern shopping experience in America. An ode to luxury design!
Following in the footsteps of Quality Meats and Quality Italian, the design for Quality Bistro is based on imaginary characters and their homes. Whereas Quality Meats was inspired by a turn of the 20th-century New York butcher shop and tenement apartment, and Quality Italian a 1930’s apothecary and Tuscan villa, Quality Bistro uses the French countryside as its point of departure, capturing the spirit of a fictionalized Belle Époque era hotel caught in the 1970s. With its outside gardens, gilded with mirrored walls and Opaline chandeliers, this hospitality design project is another great work by the New York-based design firm.
The lighting fixture is moulded to resemble the features and look of a round golden branch, with two different tiers with pendant lights hanging from a round structure. Handmade from cast brass, this chandelier has an organic shape and intricate contemporary details to create an adjustable arrangement in a harmonious ensemble. Suitable for luxury homes and upscale rooms.
The AvroKO team found its inspiration for the design of Single Thread in the husband and wife team and owners, Kyle and Katina Connaughton. In understanding that a restaurant is not only a place to eat but also a functioning studio for its craftsmen, AvroKO created a dining experience, where diners are given the opportunity to both observe the artistic process and enjoy its end product.
The Zodiac Room
In this hospitality desig project, AvroKO created a sophisticated but innovative narrative by reinterpreting classical inspirations like New Formalism through a modern lens, pioneering the local avant-garde spirit of The New York School’s poets, painters, and creatives active in the 1950s, and drawing inspiration from the futuristic vision of Neiman Marcus’s own Fascinating Fortnight, a world-famous celebration of international culture, cuisine and fashion.
Every hospitality setting presented by Avroko design features bespoke furniture and lighting designs that are quite special. Nothing is left to chance as they continue to impress every interior design aficionado with their creative mid-century modern design ideas and golden accents.
Chicago’s Magnificent Mile is one of America’s premier retail destinations. AvroKO was brought on to re-think and re-design the 6-level venue creating outdoor-to-indoor interiors and helping to conceptualize the addition of new food and beverage vendors throughout the space, including a new food hall.
Formerly the Firesky Resort & Spa, The Scott is a full-scale resort in Scottsdale, Arizona available for both business and pleasure travelers. Riffing off of the property’s original Spanish Revival-inspired architecture, AvroKO incorporated Bauhaus and old Havana inspirations to create a layered atmosphere. Antoher amazing design inspiration!
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