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June 22, 2018
DesignBoom Explains the Concept Behind Nomad's Newest Tower, 277 Fifth
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In March 2018, the developers behind ‘277 fifth’ announced that the project had topped out at a height of 663 feet (202 meters). The tower, designed by Rafael Viñoly is being developed by Victor Group and Lendlease, with Shokai serving as the project’s preferred equity investor. The high-rise features four loggias — sheltered, double-height, open-air spaces for leisure and entertaining. Meanwhile, three penthouses — situated on the tower’s uppermost floors — each contain four-bedrooms with ceiling heights in excess of 13 feet and expansive living, dining, and family rooms. JBI designed the interior layouts with wide plank American white oak flooring and custom appliances throughout. Read full article here

June 05, 2018
JBI Renovates Iconic DC Eatery Sequoia
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New York-based design firm Jeffrey Beers International completed its renovation of the Washington, DC eatery Sequoia, one of the city’s famed waterfront restaurants. Set upon the banks of the Potomac River, the redesign draws inspiration from the personal art collection of Michael Weinstein, the founder of Ark Restaurant, which manages Sequoia. Artwork from Isidro Blasco and Arnie Quinze enhance the character of the interior upon arrival. The design is also punctuated with an expansive lighting installation by Hitoshi Kuriyama, which comprises 913 custom glass and 200 neon tubes suspended across more than 125 feet of the main dining room. Read the full article here

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Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Atlantic City Unveils Design
June 14, 2018 - HospitalityNet announces that Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Atlantic City has revealed its thoughtful design concept that aims to attract an ensemble of visitors longing for an amplified destination experience. Offering a new approach that abstractly appreciates the musical inspired aesthetic Hard Rock Hotels & Casinos is known for, esteemed interior architecture and design firm Jeffrey Beers International (JBI) has implemented an art-focused design for the property.
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Steam Ovens are an Amenity at Luxury Condos
June 6, 2018 - Brick Underground reports on how New York City developers are using steam ovens to replace traditional microwaves in luxury condos. "We’ve specifically seen steam ovens become an important appliance for chefs and restaurants," Beers says, who is now adding steam ovens to his firm's residential kitchen designs, such as 108 Leonard. “They are perfect for the health-conscious resident looking to bring wellness, innovation, and delicious food to their home.”
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JBI Renovates Iconic DC Eatery Sequoia
June 5, 2018 - Hospitality Design Online reports on renovation of the Washington, DC eatery Sequoia, one of the city’s famed waterfront restaurants. Set upon the banks of the Potomac River, the redesign draws inspiration from the personal art collection of Michael Weinstein, the founder of Ark Restaurant, which manages Sequoia.
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Wyndham Hotels Expands Stay Well Rooms Across U.S. Brand Portfolio
May 24, 2018 - Lodging Magazine reports on the efforts of Wyndham Hotels and Resorts to engineer their hotel rooms around an elusive concept in travel: a really great night’s sleep. The brand is teaming up with wellness innovator Delos and famous designer Jeffrey Beers to outfit rooms that inspire rest, comfort, and relaxation. “At JBI we always think first about the guest experience: how people feel when they enter a space,” says Architect Jeffrey Beers, founder and CEO of JBI. “We’ve designed with this in mind–how the room balances between clean, modern lines and soft curves. This balance creates a feeling of tranquility and invites you to breathe a sigh of relief when you close the door behind you.”
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15 New Developments Set to Transform Tribeca
May 23, 2018 - Curbed New York reports that Tribeca’s famed clock tower building will transform into a 150-unit condo in a renovation helmed by the Elad Group. The building, now going by 108 Leonard, will offer one- through four-bedrooms that boasts interiors by Jeffrey Beers International. For a while now, Tribeca has reigned supreme as New York City’s priciest neighborhood, with artists’ lofts-turned-condos and celeb-approved buildings boosting the once-industrial area’s cachet. And with a spate of high-end new developments in the works, that’s unlikely to change anytime soon.
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EchelonSeaport Condo Sales Launch
May 14, 2018 - Curbed Boston reports that Cottonwood Management officially broke ground in June 2017 on the large scale, 1.33 million square foot project located on B Street and Seaport Boulevard. Jeffrey Beers International will head the design of the amenities, pool, and lobbies of the three residential towers.
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Troy Aikman Announces New Restaurant To Open At Texas Live!
May 8, 2018 - Troy's new restaurant will be an iconic addition to Texas Live!, one of the largest and most exciting sports-anchored developments in the country. Designed by internationally-acclaimed Jeffrey Beers International, the space will flow from a refined rustic interior inspired from some of the best beer halls in Texas and the country to an expansive, lush outdoor patio space centered around a beautiful Live Oak tree. Read full article here: https://bit.ly/2I333Xc
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China's Newest Luxury Resort Atlantis Sanya Opens on Hainan Island
May 2, 2018 - Forbes covers the opening of the newest outpost of Atlantis Resorts in Sanya, Hainan, China. The Sanya resort's interior design in the work of Jeffrey Beers International and is meant to evoke a contemporary vision of what the mythical city of Atlantis might have looked like. Read full article here: https://bit.ly/2JVXFSf
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Sin City Bets Big on Hospitality
May 1, 2018 - Las Vegas is always reinventing itself and Hospitality Design magazine features new ways hospitality is adding to the energy of city. In discussing the design of the new Hell's Kitchen restaurant from Gordon Ramsay, the magazine chatted with the designer responsible for the exciting design: Jeffrey Beers. We wanted to "capture the big and bold personality of Gordon Ramsay. Fire and heat also played an important part in defining the restaurant's interiors. We created an experimental and immersive destination restaurant where guests will feel transported to the studio set of the popular show."
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Three modern mixed-use towers coming to Boston's Seaport District
April 23, 2018 - If you haven’t been to Boston’s Seaport District recently, you may no longer recognize it. Take EchelonSeaport, one of the district’s under-construction developments. It’s a 3.5-acre, 1.33-million-square-foot mixed-use complex with three towers. Jeffery Beers of Jeffery Beers International designed the lobbies and amenities. Beers said one of his main goals was “to create a community and to bring the indoors out and the outdoors in.” From the fireplace lounge to the pools to the library to the lobbies, it is “all rooted in a sensitivity to art and community,” Beers said. Read full article here: https://bit.ly/2HNj02N
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Restaurants we’re dying to try: New eateries evoke bygone eras
April 18, 2018 - Restaurant Hospitality reviews new restaurants to try, including Danlu, a two-story, Taiwanese night-market-inspired gastropub designed by Jeffrey Beers International. The eye-catching interior utilized natural and textured materials and bold mural graphics throughout the space. Read full article here: https://bit.ly/2r151fZ
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A Rise in the Statement Staircase
April 15, 2018 - Mansion Global reports that feature staircases, once synonymous with grand period houses and historic hotels, are having a renaissance. According to New York-based architect Jeffrey Beers, these statement staircases "are more prominent now because buyers are more design savvy than ever and want to see form and detailing across all areas of the residence.” Read full article here: https://mansion.global/2qAGldm
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Reader's Choices: Jeffrey Beers
April 3, 2018 - Designer Jeffrey Beers has built a stellar career on creating distinctive and visionary spaces recognized for their lasting appeal. Here, he discusses the some current and upcoming trends in restaurant design, from new ideas in lighting design to the fading of Industrialism. Read full article here: https://bit.ly/2I0y0I3
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All the Tables from DIFFA's Dining by Design 2018
March 24, 2018 - Architectural Digest covers all the designs from this year's Dining by Design. From conceptual multipurpose spaces to blooming celebrations of spring, this year's set is a celebration of imagination and creativity. Jeffrey Beers International's table honors David Bowie with a rock-glam theme that calls to mind the artist's alter ego, Aladdin Sane. Read full article here: https://bit.ly/2IRoIyc
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New York is Exporting Its Most Eye-Catching Product: Luxury Apartment Towers
March 14, 2018 - The Manhattan skyline is one of the world’s most iconic, but it wouldn’t be complete without the city’s famed residential supertalls. Luxury buildings like 432 Park Ave and One57 have set a high bar in the era of tower living, but the past decade has seen the vertical lifestyle catching on across the globe—from Boston to Monaco to New Orleans. Architect Jeffrey Beers, who boasts a serious NYC footprint, says that Boston’s attraction lays in its connection to “the era of our founding forefathers; [Boston] is elegant, respectful, thoughtful and very tasteful.” Read full article here: https://bit.ly/2FFNrHN
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Designer Feature: Jeffrey Beers
March 7, 2018 - Design Curial features New York architect Jeffrey Beers who has worked with the world’s top hoteliers and restaurateurs. For the past 30 years, he has been running his own firm, Jeffrey Beers International (JBI), having learned the ropes from notable mentors such as architects Oscar Niemeyer and IM Pei, and glass artist Dale Chihuly. Read full article here: https://bit.ly/2FBKd4e
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Tribeca’s clock tower building conversion finally launches sales from $1.5M
March 5, 2018 - Curbed reports on the converted condos within Tribeca’s famed clock tower building with interiors by Jeffrey Beers International. Apartment features include 10-to-14-foot-tall ceilings, five-inch wide oak floors, marble-clad kitchens and bathrooms, and gallery walls for art collectors. Spread out over 20,000 square feet, the amenities here will include a fitness center, a 75-foot lap pool, a steam and sauna, a screening room, a billiards room with a wet bar, a residents lounge with a fireplace, and a rooftop lounge with a reflective pool, among several other amenities. Read full article here: https://bit.ly/2G793tv
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Bruce Willis Has a Brand New Upper West Side Apartment
February 16, 2018 - The actor picked up a four-bedroom pad, designed by New York-based firm Jeffrey Beers International, in the new Upper West Side development One West End. The building's other amenities include a garden terrace with cabanas and a fitness center with a 75-foot-long pool. Read full article here: https://bit.ly/2Hs8pux
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You Can Now Live in the McKim, Mead & White–Designed Clock Tower Building in New York City
February 14, 2018 - Architectural Digest reports that the Italian Renaissance Revival Clock Tower, once home to the New York Life Insurance Company and a NYC Summons Court, has been transformed by Jeffrey Beers International into a luxury residential building. Beers designed details like custom base, crown, and wainscot molding to create a dialogue with contemporary living spaces, amenities, and furnishings. Read the full article here: https://bit.ly/2C3qiNk
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Flights of Fancy and Function
February 9, 2018 - New York Times highlights Jeffrey Beers International's design for 277 Fifth Avenue in their story on the reemerging importance of staircases as a design feature. Over a century and a half after the modern elevator was invented, many developers, architects and designers are bringing staircases to the fore, to add drama, evoke a bygone era, and activate common areas — or activate residents themselves. Read the full article here: https://nyti.ms/2EDUFe7
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Inside the Grand Opening of the New Hell's Kitchen
February 2, 2018 - Travel+Leisure reviews the new Gordon Ramsay restaurant, Hell's Kitchen Las Vegas. The Strip isn’t known for subtle references, but the Jeffrey Beers International design team nailed it. The open kitchen’s mosaic walls split blue and red infernos. Digital panels echo that fire, and pitchforks abound, whether in fixtures, laser-cut partitions or branded citrus peels. But these details hit like spices in a dish, noticeable mostly when you’re trying to notice them. Even studio lights melt into a whole that feels timeless and quite cool
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A $29 Million New York City Residence with Prime Views of Central Park
February 1, 2018 - Robb Report features a newly-designed apartment within the luxury residential building, One57, with interiors designed by Jeffrey Beers International. Located on the 61st floor with views of Central Park to the north and city views to the east and south, the unit is both elegant and modern. “When it comes to residential design, we imagine that the residence is a mini hotel,” says Jeffrey Beers. "With careful attention to layout, materials, and art, you can create fluidity between your kitchen, dining area, and living room.” Read full article here: https://bit.ly/2nMgptF
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Echelon Seaport Featured in Curbed
January 31, 2018 - Curbed reports on the newly released images of Cottonwood Management's newest Boston development: Echelon Seaport. The 50,000 square feet in lobbies and amenities at the three-tower Echelon Seaport in Boston’s busy, busy Seaport District will be designed as “an extension of the home,” according to Jeffrey Beers, whose eponymous firm has tapped to design the space in the condo-and-apartment towers at 133 and 135 Seaport boulevard. The project is Beers’ first residential one in Boston.
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Jeffrey Beers Re-Interprets Frank Lloyd Wright's Iconic Style at Firepoint Grill
January 11, 2018 - Restaurant Hospitality explores the inspiration behind Firepoint Grill's design. Frank Lloyd Wright's vision is alive and well, evidenced by one of today’s most successful restaurant designers, Jeffrey Beers, who is reviving elements of Wright’s design to create a restaurant that’s both an echo and completely new. Speaking of the client, George Paxos of Paxos Restaurants, Beers stated, “He wanted a modern and casual restaurant that is very warm and comfortable for his guests…all the cooking is done on an open-fire grill,” Beers said. Those key words — warm, comfortable, fire — build a bridge in Beers’ mind directly to the fundamentals of Wright’s designs.
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Gotham Market Wins RD+D Award
January 1, 2018 - Gotham Market at the Ashland, designed by Jeffrey Beers International, has won the Restaurant Development & Design Award for Best Limited-Service Restaurant Design. Though it's a new space, the design team wanted it to feel like it had always been there. A mix of exposed industrial materials and sophisticated touches impressed the judges.
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