This is a world were modern and design are together they walk right side next to each other but not always it’s not easy to join them many often, sometimes its really hard to combine these to into something new creative, innovative and that really makes the difference but yet again, words like difficult, or hard, or effort are words that also walk together with Jeffrey Beers International firm because they know the burdensome that is required on bringing the best interior job, to reach the intersection point between modern and design.
This is the hall, where at all starts, the point where you enter the intersection of modern and design, with an interior with great space, scheme colors, a marble floor, art, the form itself all is organized and tidy giving the sensation of peaceful place but elegant, with aspects that will let you go marbleized.
The designs of the pieces itself give you this feeling of “wow” the sense of something quite unique and it really is, Jeffrey Beers teams are very careful with that, leaving pieces on the rooms that also allude to the design modern world that you just entered, those pieces itself are so different that you just can’t go unnoticed like the lamps itself for example.
GORDON RAMSAY’S HELL’S KITCHEN
Hell’s Kitchen, yes! Jeffrey Beers was the design company that worked on this iconic place, this iconic restaurant, in Caesars Palace, Las Vegas, the place that not also launched many chefs but worked as a battle camp between them, all under the eyes of the one and only Gordon Ramsay.
Who remembers watching the intensive battles between the blue team and the red team? Jeffrey Beers did really a great job on this one, they interpreted exactly the context of this show was all about, the hell that those chef’s had to go throw into becoming and world elite chef,
The detail in the lamps particularly with the trident of the devil, among others existing within the space, I am sure that Gordon Ramsay is still grateful to have worked with this company.
More and more details related to hell that was the theme itself hell’s kitchen taken with everything by Jeffrey Beers so as to be able to combine that same hell with the luxury that was to have dinner in this restaurant and have the pleasure of being included in the show.
THE 40/40 CLUB
The renovated 40/40 Club is a dazzling sports bar-nightclub hybrid that reflects the personal style of owner Jay-Z long side Juan Perez. In the middle of New York, this club which is opened since 2003 had to go throw a renovation a renewal carried out by Jeffrey Beers team.
Its two levels are connected by an upscale version of bleachers—subway tile, metallic-upholstered banquettes, and mirrored columns combine winningly. Taking inspiration from the neighbourhood’s classic architecture, glowing lights set off the original grand arched windows, a massive fibre-optic chandelier appoints the entry, and an illuminated bottle tower anchors the glowing resin bar. When it’s game time, four jumbo 165-inch flat-screens satisfy the biggest of sports fans.
Upstairs there are 5 VIP Lounges available to guests for all types of private events. Two of the lounges, Private Lounge 1 and Private Lounge 2, are fully equipped with luxurious bespoke lounge seating encircling a custom billiard table, 2 – 55in screen HD televisions, a custom chandelier, cerused oak panelling with silver leaf detailing, and stately wood floors. Both rooms come fully equipped with state-of-the-art independent audio and visual systems including an iPod dock. The elite Lounge can hold 60 guests and The Corzo Lounge can hold 50 guests.
Three amazing projects, three intersection points between modern and design all done by Jeffrey Beers firm. “Design begins with considering the guest experience.”
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