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Porter House Bar & Grill
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The design reflects a New York sensibility that further enhances the restaurant’s sweeping views of Central Park and Columbus Circle. The main dining room features a bold color palate, with accents of custom midnight blue fabrics, patina walnut flooring, polished nickel finishes and bronze tinted accent mirrors. Pearlescent wall coverings brighten the main dining room, adding a softer glow to the distinct space, all of which pair with…


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Renaissance New York Midtown Hotel
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This new brand flagship combines groundbreaking digital guest experiences with the “business unusual” philosophy. Located in the heart of the Garment District, its design celebrates the energy of the neighborhood and the spirited creative industries that thrive there. JBI designed the property with a blend of high-low design elements that celebrate NYC’s mix of industrial grit and glamour. Bare concrete finishes juxtaposed with…


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One&Only Ocean Club, Hartford Wing
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The One&Only Ocean Club marries classical colonial architecture with elegant interiors to create glamour, drama, and sophistication without sacrificing the welcoming warmth of a traditional resort. Guestrooms and cottages are designed as serene havens with modern, clean lines and luxurious textures. Soft lighting, including bedside pendant lights suspended from nautically-inspired cast metal ropes, enhances the intimately atmosphere. The…


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The Plaza Food Hall
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Commissioned to transform the basement at the iconic Plaza Hotel into a European-style food hall, JBI carved a cavernous subterranean space into nine inviting restaurant and food-retail stations for the first phase of the project in collaboration with Todd English. For the Food Hall’s expansion in 2012, Beers worked with The Plaza to curate a diverse selection of upscale retail shops, their layout carefully designed to engage visitors.…


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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,…


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Ascent Lounge
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The elegant lounge is modern, chic, and sexy. A neutral palette with pops of rich color set an alluring mood and mirrored panels throughout reflect the park & city scape, bringing them inside the lounge.  Additional luxurious elements include beautifully stitched banquettes, crystal chandeliers and a custom

mirrored back bar with floating shelves. A statement screen greets guests when entering the venue, while a raised platform creates…


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SHARE by Curtis Stone
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A signature feature of SHARE is a communal table designed to encourage the sharing of a freshly prepared meal in the company of friends and family and illuminated by hand blown glass pendants etched with inspiring phrases casting an intimate glow and creating a warm and welcoming experience. Elements not often seen in cruise ship restaurant interiors add to the comfortable atmosphere – low-backed banquettes, beautifully upholstered in…


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Gotham Market at The Ashland
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Located in Brooklyn’s thriving cultural district, JBI designed this 16,000sf market to highlight each of the eight drinking and dining destinations. An industrial chic material palette of concrete, blackened metal, red brick and white tiles unifies the expansive space. A series of custom designed black steel pipe chandeliers, featuring 180 hand blown glass globes, preside over the Market and enliven the 26-foot-high ceilings.


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El San Juan Hotel, Curio Collection by Hilton
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The 388-room property opened in 1958, and was a hotspot for entertainers of the time. Jeffrey Beers, founder and CEO of JBI, says his only directive was “to bring the El San Juan back. This hotel was the epicenter of San Juan for a long time, and we wanted to add a new chapter to its glorious history in an artistic way.” Local artists and craftsmen were key to this new look. In the dramatic lobby, the original stone flooring and…


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One57 Lobby
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We renovated the lobby of the iconic mixed residential and office building, One57, by creating an inviting and social space through layering materials, colors and textures. We matched Macassar ebony with travertine and antique brass finished screens, and added persimmon and purple accents against textured upholstery. A custom made glass chandelier hangs prominently for a luxurious and eye-catching look. Special attention was given to the…


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One West End
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One West End extends the Manhattan Skyline west with iconic architecture by Pelli Clarke Pelli and interiors by hospitality visionary Jeffrey Beers. JBI brings an intimate knowledge of entertaining and hospitality to clean modern lines of One West End’s light filled residences with a palette of rich materials and a host of thoughtful considered details such as custom designed Scavolini kitchens. 


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The Cove
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The Cove is the multiple award-winning luxury hotel component within the larger Atlantis resort. Here, architecture melds with nature in the breezeway, a series of interlocking walkways in and around the hotel that allow guests unlimited access to the sounds, scents, and vistas of the surf and sand. The journey begins with regal 35-foot-tall limestone columns, which anchor the temple-like lobby and its 25-foot-long woven-copper pendants.…


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Dune by Chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten
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In October 2016, a hurricane swept across Paradise Island in the Bahamas. Dune, Jean Georges Vongerichten’s beloved restaurant at the One & Only Ocean Club, suffered significant wind and water damage, which resulted in its temporary closure. The resort called in long-time collaborators Jeffrey Beers International (JBI) to both repair and re-envision the dining destination. JBI’s design team brightened the interior, infusing it with a…


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One Hundred Barclay
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We are honored to design the lobbies and amenity spaces at 100 Barclay, whose historic Grand Lobby received NYC Landmarks Preservation Commission protected status (one of fewer than 150 interiors throughout the city) in 1991. With a curated selection of original artwork, custom furniture, millwork and accessories, our design team established distinct identities for each of the three ground floor public spaces bringing 21st century…


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One West End Residence
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The corner unit in One West End is designed by JBI, with floor-to-ceiling windows and walnut plank wood flooring. The custom Scavolini kitchen is finished with walnut cabinetry, champagne matter glass panels, marble slab countertops and backsplash and stainless steel appliances. They are particularly enticing with its dedicated food prep areas and built-in coffee bar. The north-facing master suite contains a walk-in closet and a…


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China's Newest Luxury Resort Atlantis Sanya Opens on Hainan Island

​Forbes covers the opening of the Atlantis Resort’s newest location in the resort town of Sanya located on the Chinese island of Hainan. The resort’s interior design in the work of Jeffrey Beers International and is meant to evoke a contemporary vision of what the mythical city of Atlantis might have looked like. The innovative design blends modern aesthetics and sea-inspired imagery with elements from Sanya’s rich culture, giving the resort the enchanting look and feel of an aquatic paradise. Read full article here



Gordon Ramsay Hell's Kitchen Turns Up the Heat in Las Vegas

​Hospitality Design magazine features the dining boom in Las Vegas, with Gordon Ramsay’s Hell’s Kitchen at Caesars Palace featured as a not-to-miss destination. “We created an experimental and immersive destination restaurant where guests will feel transported to the studio set of the popular show,” says Jeffrey Beers, founder and CEO of the New York-based design firm, Jeffrey Beers International, which was responsible for the bespoke design of this popular restaurant. 


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New Wyndham Hotels guestrooms emphasize wellness

​Hotel Management features the launch of the newly-designed Wyndham guestrooms. “Last year, we embarked on a journey to define the new guestroom design for Wyndham Hotels & Resorts,” says Noelle Nicolai, ‎senior director, brand marketing upscale & lifestyle brands at ‎Wyndham Hotel Group. The team collaborated with New York-based design firm Jeffrey Beers International to create the spaces, and Beers himself developed the concept, which he called “the feeling of being almost home.” Read the full article here


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Atlantis Sanya Set to Fully Open April 28, 2018

Atlantis Sanya, the first Atlantis resort in China, will fully open to the public on April 28, 2018. The grand opening of this ocean-themed integrated entertainment destination will coincide with the festivities of Hainan Province Special Economic Zone 30th Anniversary. The world-class interior design from Jeffrey Beers International evokes images of the sea and immerses guests in an otherworldly experience of marine life. Atlantis Sanya’s innovative design blends modern aesthetics and sea-inspired imagery with elements from Sanya’s rich culture, giving the resort the enchanting look and feel of an aquatic paradise. Read full article here.



You Can Now Live in the Historic Tribeca Clock Tower

Architectural Digest reports that the Italian Renaissance Revival clock tower in Tribeca, originally designed in 1894 by McKim, Mead & White, has been transformed by designer Jeffrey Beers. Opening in early 2019, the building posed such interior challenges as a landmarked lobby and atypical interior configuration, but Beers set out with a goal in mind: “Complement the history of the building and contrast it harmoniously” with contemporary details. ​After moving interior walls, Beers designed historic details like custom base, crown, and wainscot molding to create a dialogue with contemporary living spaces, amenities, and furnishings. Read the full article here.



NYC’s One57 makes a statement on Billionaire’s Row

Robb Report features JBI’s design of a $29 million residence, located on the 61st floor with views of Central Park to the north and city views to the east and south. “When it comes to residential design, we imagine that the residence is a mini hotel,” says Jeffrey Beers. “We first create a separation of space between public areas [the living room and dining room] and the private spaces [bedrooms and bathrooms]. We favor open-plan living for the public areas. With careful attention to layout, materials, and art, you can create fluidity between your kitchen, dining area, and living room.” Glass chandeliers and fixtures throughout the residence are an homage to Beers’s affinity for glassblowing. Read the full article here



Curbed unveils the posh amenities at 277 Fifth Avenue

​Curbed unveils the newest images coming from the luxury residential building designed by Rafael Viñoly with interiors designed by Jeffrey Beers International. The exhaustive list of amenities at 277 Fifth Avenue includes a Technogym-equipped fitness center, an entertainment lounge, a private dining area, spas with steam and sauna features, a children’s playroom, and a game room with a custom-made ping-pong table.277 Fifth Avenue is currently under construction, and when complete, the building will stand 55-stories tall, and bring 130 new condos to Nomad. Sales launched in September last year with apartments asking from $1.905 million. The first of residents are expected to move in later this year. Read full article here.


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Frank Lloyd Wright Inspires Restaurant Design at Firepoint Grill

Restaurant Hospitality takes a look at the inspiration behind the new Firepoint Grill, Frank Lloyd Wright, who made his name by designing spaces that connect with nature. The surroundings helped define what the building would look like and how it would function. His architecture remains an example of how one person’s perspective can influence the look and feel of our environment for years to come. That’s what Jeffrey Beers, principal and founder of design firm Jeffrey Beers International, has done with his design of Firepoint Grill, a project in Newtown, Pa., for client George Paxos of Paxos Restaurants. “He wanted a modern and casual restaurant that is very warm and comfortable for his guests…all the cooking is done on an open-fire grill,” Beers said. Those key words — warm, comfortable, fire — build a bridge in Beers’ mind directly to the fundamentals of Wright’s designs. Read full article here.


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Gordon Ramsay's New Restaurant Already Has 12,000 Reservations

​MSN reports on the high demand of Gordon Ramsay’s new restaurant, Hell’s Kitchen, designed by Jeffrey Beers International. If you’ve witnessed how Gordon Ramsay interacts with the chefs competing on Hell’s Kitchen, you might feel like it’s a good idea to stay as far away from a Ramsay-helmed restaurant named after the show as possible—and even more so if the whole thing is designed to look just like the TV show’s set. This desire, though, turns out not to be enough to hurt attendance at the new Hell’s Kitchen in Las Vegas, which has reached the decidedly more heavenly number of 12,000 reservations in just 10 days. Read full article here


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JBI Completes Waterside District in Norfolk, VA

​Hospitality Design Online announces JBI has introduced the expansive mixed-use concept Waterside District to downtown Norfolk, Virginia, following the $40 million overhaul of the iconic Waterside Festival Marketplace. The nautical and industrial history of Norfolk informed the design of the 135,000-square-foot venue. Set along the banks of the Elizabeth River, the revamped space houses a 55,000-square-foot food hall, which includes Guy Fieri’s Smokehouse, the Harbor Club, and the 22,000-square-foot Blue Moon Tap House. To highlight the history of the region, the design team employed a material palette of stained concrete, white-washed brick, blackened steel, reclaimed wood, and exposed structural elements. Garage-style doors on both floors of the building connect visitors to the coastal setting. Read full article here.


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