Hirsch Bedner Associates (HBA) creates inspired, brand-strengthening design experiences that evoke a distinct sense of place while delighting the world’s most discriminating travelers. Around the globe, HBA consistently sets new standards for luxury, comfort, and innovation in hospitality interior design.
Take a look at some of these Top Interior Designers stunning Asian Projects!
Rose Garden Villa, Hangzhou
A residential villa located in Hangzhou, China sits alongside a glistening lake, the decor is elegant but comfortable and the color palette is kept light and fresh in soft beiges, French blues plus browns and with accents of black and white gold details. More saturated color is provided by plants and luscious flower arrangements throughout, bringing the outdoors inside.
Residences at St. Regis Lijiang
Situated amidst a spectacular paradise of untouched nature and rich ancient culture, the private Residences of St. Regis Lijiang resort beautifully complement their stunning surroundings. To design the architectural shell, HBA took inspiration from the traditional rustic houses of Lijiang.
Tall ceilings with exposed rough timber structures, plastered walls, and a neutral color palette were used to create authentic and peaceful interior settings. The furnishings are a balance of beautifully detailed contemporary western pieces along with locally found oriental antiques that reflect the richness of Lijiang’s unique culture and heritage.
Greentown Rose Garden Apartment 2a
The Yiwu Rose Garden Residential Towers are a private residence designed to reflect a warm and serene mood enhanced by soft color harmonies complimented by the abundance of natural daylight.
Selectively appointed details are thoughtfully integrated to anticipate every need of residents, offering luxury and comfort in each space.
The Castle Hotel, A Luxury Collection Hotel, Dalian
Top Interior Designers HBA has created an enchanting European-inspired castle in China into a modern five-star fairytale -The Castle Hotel in Starwood Hotels & Resorts’ Luxury Collection.
The original castle on the site of Dalian’s Xinghai Bay was constructed in 2002 inspired by the famous Neuschwanstein Castle in Bavaria, Germany – home to the mad King Ludwig II.
It was built to house a Seashell Museum and apartments, but despite becoming a beloved, iconic local landmark, was extremely under-utilized and largely vacant.
On taking ownership, The Dalian Yifang Group set about its transformation into a unique luxury hotel, tearing down the original castle and creating the masterpiece now seen.
It’s a one-of-a-kind luxury resort – among a very few in the world inside a castle – and social hub for the beautiful coastal city, bringing on HBA to realize their vision.