If there’s a firm that needs no introduction, that’s HBA. The North American company has one of the strongest presences in worldwide interior design. Its knowledge, innovation and influence puts it in the highest standard in the industry.
Take a look at some of the most fantastic projects by Hirsh Bedner Associates, and get ready to be inspired with their mesmorizing legacy.
Located in the heart of Ho Man Tin, Hong Kong, Ultima is one of the most highly-anticipated luxury residential projects. HBA designers drew design inspiration from the project’s sought-after location, overlooking the luxury yachts sailing across the glittering waters of the harbour. Behind the elegant exterior, the stately public spaces feature 520 apartments, seven houses, and one clubhouse.
Aranya Pavillion in Mumbai, a world-class experience centre at Piramal Aranya, is the Signature Residential Development by Piramal Realty. The Aranya Pavillion is flanked by the lush 60 acre of botanical gardens on one side and the glittering Mumbai Harbour on the other. The experience on offer is that of unparalleled premium living for the aspirational elite, embodied in a residential tower that is soon to redefine the south Mumbai skyline.
HBA Melbourne created a luxurious and elegant transitional space, staying true to the Melbourne aesthetic and yet creating global appeal through intricate design. The apartment is in an iconic Melbourne building on the famous tree-lined boulevard of St Kilda Road. Originally two apartments, the space has been recreated into a luxurious penthouse, providing 180 degree views over Melbourne and Port Phillip Bay beyond. The client owns an extensive art collection and this was the starting point for the design concept.
The flamboyant, star-studded heritage of London’s Grosvenor House has been imaginatively revived by The Gallery HBA to celebrate the hotel’s rich history, enhance its “sense of place” with the neighbouring Hyde Park, and transform the public areas into a destination in their own right. Gone is the previous conventional, dark décor, with the lobby’s traditional fireplace now exchanged for one encased in a floor-to-ceiling glass and thereby opening up the ground floor between Park Street and Hyde Park with light and freshness from the park vista beyond.
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