3 Luxury Hospitality Projects Created By EOMJI HOUSE Design Studio – Founded in 1985, this architectural, interior design and construction firm is becoming one of the most famous luxury hospitality experts in South Corea. They have created some of the best luxury hospitality projects for some of the world’s leading names, like The Marriott and Hyatt. Innovation, professionalism, sustainability, and integrity are some of the studio’s biggest values.
Based on the pride of being one of the best architectural and design group for the past 30 years, they have been constantly striving and developing to design and create a valuable space unique to EOMJI HOUSE, or Thumb House, a design studio headquartered in Seoul. According to their website, the studio’s CEO, Jeong Jae Ho believes that “creating a differentiated space that meets the needs and trends of customers, emphasizing human beings and the environment. Furthermore, making everyone who lives in space create the best value is our ultimate goal and our reason for existence.”
Inspired by the customers’ dreams, business excellence, and ethical soundness is what makes them create some of the best luxury hospitality projects in the world. From practical office spaces to high-quality residential spaces and public facilities that are a representation of cutting-edge technology, EOMJI HOUSE‘s incredible design projects were what made the strong studio that they are today. From their incredible portfolio, here are our favorite 3 luxury hospitality projects:
#1 Marriott Resort, Jeju Shinhwa World
⇒ Location: 38 Sinhwayeoksa-Ro 304beon-Gil Andeok-Myeon, Seogwipo-Si, Jeju-do, South Corea
#2 Le Méridien Seoul
⇒ Location: 120 Bongeunsa-ro, Yeoksam-dong, Gangnam-gu, Seoul, South Corea
#3 Grand Hyatt Seoul
⇒ Location: 322 Sowol-ro, Hannam-dong, Yongsan-gu, Seoul, South Corea
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