Stunning Hospitality Projects signed by Michael Wolk

Michael Wolk is in America’s top echelon of high-end interior design, with a multitude of awards and overwhelming peer recognition. His firm has delivered some of the most astonishing residential, corporate, and hospitality interior design projects, as well as premium furnishing and furniture collections for some of the country’s top manufacturers.

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Michael Wolk’s Trajectory

Despite beginning his interior design journey in the Big Apple, the bulk of Michael Wolk’s career was forged in Miami. The designer moved there in 1973 to set up his firm along with an excellent roster of skilled interior designers. Together, they have produced unforgettable interiors for luxury residences, hospitality establishments, and public spaces.

Michael Wolk’s Design Approach

The firm prioritizes a collaborative approach to its design projects. The main goal is to be considerate of the client’s perspective. By doing this, the firm can assure the client will be happy with the result. The prevailing feeling must be that the interiors are a form of self-expression, and not only pleasing to look at. This mindset has garnered numerous AIA and DCOTA awards and overwhelming recognition. Specifically, in its hospitality projects, Michael Wolk always takes into account the context of the project and the purpose it must serve.

Michael Wolk’s Hospitality Projects

1. Hilton Royal Polo

Situated in Miami’s iconic Art Deco Historic District, the design of this project captures the soul of the neighborhood and gives it a modern twist.

Inspired by the Look

Michael Wolk - Inspired by the look. Luxury Living room with ceiling light.

2. Beachwalk Resort

Michael Wolk - Beachfront Resort. Market style hotel bar that combines wood and bright blue with neutral white tones.

This luxurious resort is located in Hallandale Beach, Florida. The design is inspired by the nearby sunny beaches and the region’s culture. The neutral tones are combined with brighter ones that instantly pop.

Michael Wolk - Beachfront Resort. Hotel bar in a neutral palette.

3. International Beach Resort

Michael Wolk - International Beach Resort. Hotel restaurant with asian inspiration

Michael Wolk was tasked with the renovation of this luxury resort located in Florida’s Sunny Isles. The restaurant area is inspired by Asian cultures and reflects it in its earth tones.

Michael Wolk - International Beach Resort. Hotel Lobby with the combination of earth and bright tonalities.

4. St. Regis Resort

Michael Wolk - St. Regis Resort. Luxury Hotel Lobby with a black floor and white chairs.

The St. Regis Resort is located in the distinguished area of Bal Harbour, Florida. This lobby area is flooded with sunlight and reflects the overall elegance of the resort and the surroundings.

Michael Wolk - St. Regis Resort. Luxury Hotel Seating Area with glass ceilings and golden chandeliers.

5. The Diplomat

Michael Wolk - The Diplomat. Hallway in light tones with a wood bench.

Built in Hollywood, Florida, The Diplomat Oceanfront Residences combine the exuberance of modern American style with European traditional elegance and refinement.

Michael Wolk - The Diplomat. Lobby area with high ceilings and orange armchairs.

Inspired by the Look

Michael Wolk Design - Inspired by the look. Lobby with Armchairs and center tables.
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