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Clodagh Design is a multi-disciplinary design studio based in New York City and today we will learn more about them and their hospitality projects. The studio has a wide portfolio of awards as well as projects in over 24 countries. Clodagh Design is also known for its broad range of eco-conscious projects and products.
Clodagh Design lives by the motto “Life-Enhancing Minimalism”. Clodagh, the founder of the studio, believes that good design is made to support well-being and that it has the ability to transform people’s lives. The designer was one of the firsts in the field to adopt feng shui – a pseudoscientific traditional practice originating from ancient China, which consists of using energy forces to harmonize individuals with their surrounding environment.
Clodagh plans their projects taking into consideration the client’s style and needs, as well as the context and environment, and that, of course, also applies to their hospitality projects.
1- East Hotel Miami
The mission behind this project was to provide an inclusive and warm welcome and hospitable experiences to its guests, while also reflecting the spirit of Miami. A combination of materials, colours, lighting and comfortable furniture was used, paired with luxurious sculptural pieces and curated art.
2- Whiskey Blue Ft. Lauderdale
Clodagh was invited by Rande Gerber to create a space that would reflect the relaxed sexiness inherent of Whiskey Blue’s location. The colours and shapes were chosen to transmit this ambient and to create an inviting atmosphere that no one can resist.
3- Dining at Six Senses Kaplankaya
The large restaurant offers a daily rich breakfast buffet, making sure to use the freshest ingredients, local cheeses and cold cuts from the region. You can also have a taste of a full international dinner buffet with Mediterranean influences.
Clodagh pretended to create a casual and luxurious place to match the context of the restaurant.
4- Six Senses Douro Valley
This Resort and Spa located in Portugal was planned having in mind all the elements and senses, to bring a full experience to the visitors. Clodagh made use of authentic and honest materials, working with local artisan and craftsman to provide a luxurious retreat with a serene and quiet atmosphere.
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