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Capiz Lounge
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The renovation of the existing lobby bar was inspired by Boston’s rich nautical and shipping history, including the city’s iconic wharves. Reflecting on Boston’s rich academic heritage, the hospitality space is also inspired by the city’s intellectual nature and many libraries. The two areas, The Bar and The Library, are visually united through a number of  design elements and materials, such as blackened metal and brass, leathers...
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One West End
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JBI brought an intimate knowledge of entertaining and hospitality to the clean modern lines of the residential tower’s light filled amenities and residences with a palette of rich materials and a host of thoughtfully considered details. The over 35,000 square feet of resort-style amenities offer seamlessly integrated indoor and outdoor spaces that include a 75-foot indoor swimming pool, a billiards room, a chef’s kitchen and dining room, and...
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Atlantis Sanya
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Atlantis Sanya is the first Atlantis property in Asia Pacific and China’s first integrated entertainment resort. Tasked with reinterpreting the ancient myth of Atlantis into a modern and futuristic design narrative, we pulled inspiration from Hainan Island’s surrounding nature and water. Throughout the interiors, including public spaces and guestrooms, there is a distinct color palette of deep blues, a generous use of rich and lush materials,...
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El San Juan Hotel, Curio Collection by Hilton
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A famed resort of the 1960’s, El San Juan went through a $60 Million renovation that modernized and enhanced the guest experience while respecting the property’s historical design. In the public areas, contemporary furnishings in neutral tones and discreet light fixtures frame the original décor. The guestrooms and suits are contrastingly lighter and are designed to be an extension of the surrounding beach and sea.


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108 Leonard Sales Center
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An original McKim, Mead & White building, 108 Leonard is a landmarked condominium conversion located in Tribeca. Our design aesthetic speaks to the storied pedigree of this distinctive jewel and also adds a contemporary flair to its classic details. Oversized moldings and soaring ceilings are juxtaposed with contemporary touches like chevron-patterned floors or dramatic cove lighting. Over 20,000 sq. ft. of amenities comprised of a private...
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One57 Turnkey Apartment
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Tasked with creating a turnkey home on the 61st floor, JBI designed an elegant and modern unit. We layered the interiors with warm furnishings and luxurious finishes to create an oasis designed for entertaining. In the living room, a show-stopping blue art piece by Christina Watka slides away to reveal a television screen. Another standout detail is a custom, dual-sided fireplace that separates the living and dining spaces. In essence, it...
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Gordon Ramsay’s Hell’s Kitchen
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JBI created an experimental and immersive destination restaurant where guests feel transported to the studio set of Gordon Ramsay’s popular show, Hell’s Kitchen. With design features that are engaging to all senses and are a nod to both the red and blue teams featured on the show, the dynamic and bustling kitchen is the centerpiece of this unique eatery to be enjoyed and appreciated from every seat in the house.


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SEQUOIA
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Ark Restaurant Group commissioned JBI to renovate this large, iconic restaurant on the banks of the Potomac River. We modernized the interior and designed a new "destination" bar on the dining level that creates a visual presence through the windows to the plaza outside. Jeffrey Beers envisioned the ‘new’ Sequoia as an avant-garde space to showcase the client’s  contemporary art, while always remaining mindful that this gallery-like...
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EchelonSeaport
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We make our Boston residential debut as the interior designer of the premier lobbies and amenities at 133 & 135 Seaport Boulevard, Cottonwood Management’s two EchelonSeaport condominium towers opening in the Seaport District in 2019. Our vision will be infused throughout over 50,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor condominium amenity spaces in the two towers. We will be focusing on every detail of the vaulted-ceiling lobbies and lounge areas...
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LebaTex Celebrates 20 Years with Special Collection of Fabrics

The textile company owned by Stacy Garcia developed 20 patterns with 20 interior designers for a special collection to celebrate the company’s anniversary and the interior design industry.Designers from firms such as Jeffrey Beers International, J/Brice, Matchline Design Group, Michael Graves, and Van Dresser Interiors have their designs featured in the collection. Each pattern was conceptualized and developed by the designers, who worked closely with LebaTex to develop and produce the patterns on fabric. JBI’s pattern is a tribute to Jeffrey Beers’ upbringing in New York City and the inspiration he takes from the city’s architecture and planning. Specifically, the city’s metal fire escapes against its brick buildings drove the pattern’s geometric pattern and texture.



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The Hamptons’ Hottest New Restaurants of 2019

Silver Lining Diner, 32 Montauk Highway, Southampton: New York Post reports that the team at Bay Kitchen Bar is moving to Southampton to unveil a bright and airy space designed by JBI this June, serving up classic diner dishes with an elevated twist for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Chow down on pancakes, burgers and local seafood along with soft-serve ice cream and fresh-squeezed juices at the counter or booth seats, or order online for the beach.


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Cruise Ship Design: Veterans or Virgins?

At this year’s Sea Trade Global in Miami (April 8-11), our very own Senior Designer Ayesha Khan will be moderating a panel on cruise ship design called, ‘Cruise Ship Design: Veterans or Virgins?’ The panel discussion will answer such questions as: What are the pluses and challenges of working with cruise ship design novices versus cruise ship design veterans? Does the prestige of having a renowned design name outweigh the virtues of having a designer well versed in the multifaceted particularities of shipbuilding? How do those who are unfamiliar with maritime design feel about the steep learning curve? And what is the client’s perspective? The panel will take place on that Wednesday at 10:30AM at the Cruising Innovations Theater.


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Examples from the Masters

On March 7th, The New York Times examined the growing trend in designing gender neutral children’s rooms. Our design for the playroom at the luxury residential tower, One West End,was featured. The article also included a quote from architect Jeffrey Beers, founder and President, that said, “we focused on design elements and themes such a modernism, youth and playfulness. I personally find the overall look joyful.”


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Vince Stroop joins Jeffrey Beers International as First Partner

New York City – Monday, March 4th, 2019 – Jeffrey Beers International, the award winning interior architecture and design firm founded by Jeffrey Beers in 1986, today announced that Vince Stroop has joined as Partner. Stroop will serve as an Executive Design Director, develop new creative business opportunities, and be instrumental in the evolution and international growth of the 50-person studio.


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Massive Food & Entertainment Skyscraper Coming to FiDi

New York Post reports that a new food-and-entertainment venue is coming to 28 Liberty Street.Legends Hospitality, which runs everything from the Yankee Stadium food concession to the One World Trade Center Observatory, has been tapped to operate a 35,000 square-foot food-and-live music complex on 28 Liberty’s ground floor. The as-yet-unnamed venue, to be designed by famed architect Jeffrey Beers, will incorporate the property’s historic Noguchi rock garden.


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Why You Should Visit The Iconic El San Juan Hotel

​Forbes Online takes their readers on a journey through the newly renovated and reopened El San Juan. The resort was badly damaged by by Hurricane Maria, a Category 4 hurricane that ripped through much of Puerto Rico in September 2017. More than $65 million was invested in extensive renovations and we over saw redesign of the public spaces, restaurant and bars, as well as guest rooms.


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The Top 6 Interior Design Trends for 2019

In an interview with Mansion Global, Jeffrey Beers shares his favorite design trends for 2019. They include, sparse industrial looks are giving way to luxurious textures and materials, a more expressive use of bold colors, incorporating pieces and influences from different eras and cultures, and the growing popularity in the polishes and tailored look of metallic finishes.


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The Regatta Collection for Walters

The Regatta Collection of resort lounge and dining furniture is designed by renowned architect, Jeffrey Beers, for Walters. Influenced by Jeffrey’s love of the sea and immense experience in resort design, the collection is aesthetically nautical and modern. This series of outdoor furniture is distinguished by beautiful teak accents and fluid lines that capture a seductive look of a speedboat. The design transcends time with a neutral color palette and the ability to personalize with color accent options and woven cord. Featuring materials designed to withstand the elements and crafted with integrity by Walters, this range is as functional as it is stylish, making it perfect for outdoor entertaining.


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JBI Reveals EchelonSeaport

Interior Design Online takes an early look at the interiors of Boston EchelonSeaport, which is slated to be completed by next year. The complex will consist of three towers, anchored by a central courtyard, that encompass a whole city block in the Seaport District. JBI will shape over 60,000 square feet of amenity spaces, including lobbies and lounge areas, indoor fitness areas, and a sky lounge in each tower. The design channels Boston’s timeless American style and Beers’ experience in the luxury hospitality industry. Other members of the architectural team include Kohn Pedersen Fox and local firm CBT Architects, who collaborated on the exterior.


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