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The GA Group is a collective of award-winning design companies specialising in luxury hotel interior design, residential interior design, furniture and product design that has been in the industry for over thirty years. Working globally, with offices in London, Kuala Lumpur, Budapest and Shanghai, The GA Group creates timeless designs with bespoke and boutique service.
The GA Group is a collective of 160 world-class designers, architects united by the passion to create ground-breaking design driven by their philosophy of ‘Restless Curiosity‘. This philosophy rests on an effective design that resonates with its aimed users, striking harmonious and unexpected happiness.
The GA Group develops designs that are in tune with the people, place and culture of the project site, that resonate a feeling of unexpected relevance and harmony. The firm has developed the fame of being a significant global specifier with magnificent technical insight, connections and an eye trained for detail, turning concepts into reality. The GA Group‘s most recent awards were European Hotel Design Awards, for the project St. Pancras Renaissance London, and European Hospitality Awards for the projects St. Pancras Renaissance London and the Corinthia London Hotel.
The GA Group was approached to do a renovation on an originally Victorian Grand Hotel to bring it to the 21st century. The main objective was to keep the exterior in all its glory however internally the intention was to give a timeless, classic appeal – a place that feels comfortable and sophisticated.
The Palace Tokyo encompasses its surroundings with sublet colour schemes, echoing the grens of the landscape. With floor-to-ceiling windows, as soon as guests step into the lobby, they are filled wihth light and an immediate connection to the gardens outside.
The design concept behind the St. Regis Osaka was to pay homage to the golden age of Japanese history – the Momoyama period: an era of hope, prosperity and harmony. As soon as guests step into the hotel they are greeted with a moonlight ambience due to the combination of silver leaf, bronze and dark marble flooring, with a sparkling crystal tree as the centre of attention. The reception and lobby lounges evoke the brightness of the sun, with large scale limestone tiles on the walls and bespoke chandeliers that create a gracious ambience enhanced even further by the views over the Japanese garden terrace.
The GA Group was asked to renovate the pool house, residences and the Thirty8 restaurant, giving a simpler spatial planning and maximasation fo volumes. The firm used design with simple, raw materials as accent pieces while drawing on the local herricate to give a laid-back and glamours setting.
The Lotte Hotel dates back to the 1980s and was transformed into an elegant and filled with light with classic and contemporary styling. The new Lotte Executive Tower’s design was inspired by the folktale of the magpie and the tiger – the symbolism of the arrival of good luck and strength.
The first step taken by the GA Group was to develop a design scheme rooted on the cultural landscape of Nara – a place famous for its temples, landscape, historical buildings and Nara Deer. The guestroom colour scheme has a base in natural fresh tones with the use of timber bronze and leather found in traditional Nara houses. The goal with the JW Marriot Hotel Nara was to create a warm sense upon arrival, making guests feel relaxed and welcomed.
The Amari Hotel is the first Amari hotel in China, and benefits from amazing views of the Lijiang River. The hotel has seventy-three guest rooms and suites spread on four floors. The hotel’s interior design draws inspiration from he natural scenery sorrounding it.
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