At this year's 2016 ASID Awards, Hawaii's best and brightest interior designers gathered at the Pacific Club to honor the year's best projects. The quality of this year's entries were as high as ever, a testament to Hawaii's burgeoning interior design industry.
At the end of the night, the Philpotts team came away with 3 awards:
From Hospitality Design Magazine by Will Speros
Maui's Ritz-Carlton, Kapalua has debuted its refreshed one- and two-bedroom residences, part of a $25 million upgrade.
Upgrades from Honolulu-based studio Philpotts & Associates infuse the sophisticated spaces with a local flare. Décor draws influence from the tropical setting, conveying earthy tones reminiscent of island mountains and forests.
Read the article in its entirety at Hospitality Design Magazine here.
Text by Daniel Fountain
On the exceptional western coastline of O‘ahu, a landmark 17-storey terraced hotel is re-emerging as the new Four Seasons Resort Oahu at Ko Olina. Adjacent to the Lanikuhonua (“where heaven meets earth”) Cultural Estate and nature preserve, the newest Four Seasons in Hawaii is located on the ocean in the resort community of Ko Olina, meaning “place of joy.” Enveloped in the warm embrace of Hawaiian-style hospitality and signature Four Seasons service, the kama’aina-style open air public spaces and generous light-filled rooms and suites will mirror the easy elegance of the Four Seasons resort lifestyle...
Text by John Wogan, Photo by Linny Morris
Hotel Wailea, a luxurious getaway recently refreshed by Philpotts Interiors, was named by Architectural Digest as one of the "5 Best Designed Hotels on Maui."