Meet Wimberly Interiors Studio, Designers Of Shangai’s Bellagio Hotel – With architectural beginnings in Honolulu in 1945, Wimberly Interiors‘ high-quality design services began in 1997 and evolved to become one of the leading interior design studios in the luxury design industry. Find out more about their incredible design ideas and inspirations here!
From London, New York, and Los Angeles, to Dubai, Shangai and Singapore, Wimberly Interiors has been leading the way with groundbreaking originality as thought leaders in interior design for almost two decades.
Specialized in hospitality design projects, such as luxurious boutique hotels, Wimberly Interiors personalized design is all about individual ad characteristic moments. Their luxury design projects can be described as a blend of color, textures, heritage and the modern, that creates something bespoke and refined.
Wimberly Interiors has worked with some of the top luxury brands in the hospitality market, such as Bellagio, Four Seasons, Bentley, Marriott, among others. They designed Bellagio’s first-ever hotel outside North America, becoming one of the most famous luxury hospitality projects created by this inspiring studio. The design for Bellagio Shanghai Bund is expressed through the lens of couture fashion, with reinterpreted silhouettes, textures, and embellishments which pays homage to the glamour and optimism of the Art Deco era.
Bellagio Hotel in Shangai | Image Credit: Wimberly Interiors
Inspired by the client’s favorite aesthetic lanes and taste, the international design studio became one of the most famous companies in the luxury design industry, thanks to their marvelous projects. Their talented design experts that spread across the world is focused on bringing different design ideas that will make the client’s dreams come true.
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