Four Seasons Fort Lauderdale to open in 2018
Tara Bernerd & Partners has been appointed to complete the full interior architecture and design for 148 hotel rooms, 50 condo hotel rooms, lobbies, bars and all day dining, spa and all private residences. Current completion is due for 2018.
Four Seasons Hotel and Private Residences Fort Lauderdale – where luxury and legendary Four Seasons service combine to create a lifestyle unlike any other on Fort Lauderdale Beach – is the most recent development by Fort Partners, a Miami-based international developer led by Nadim Ashi. Fort Partners is a global brand employing an international team of visionaries carefully selected from around the world. Owners at Four Seasons Hotel and Residences Fort Lauderdale will have privileged access to the Fort portfolio of global destinations including, The Surf Club Four Seasons, Four Seasons Palm Beach, Four Seasons Marbella, and Normans Cay – The Exumas, Bahamas.
Noted Israeli and Miami-based Kobi Karp, ranked among the world’s most respected residential architects, oversaw the contextual design and architecture of Four Seasons Fort Lauderdale. British Designer Tara Bernerd, known for her signature aesthetic of approachable luxury, was responsible for the full interior architecture and design for the 148 hotel rooms, 50 condo hotel rooms, lobbies, bar and all day dining, spa and all private residences. Tara and her team create a feeling of authenticity within each property and her remarkable sense of style has given an edge to all their work. The practice prides itself on intelligent space planning with layout being the starting point of every piece of work it undertakes and Four Seasons Fort Lauderdale is a stunning example of such an approach.
“Four Seasons Hotel and Private Residences, Fort Lauderdale is the first hotel of this kind, in an area set to become Miami’s Riviera,”said Tara Bernerd of Tara Bernerd & Partners. “The scheme for such an iconic building therefore reflects a timeless quality; we have harked back to an earlier age when Fort Lauderdale was in its heyday, an era of Chris-Craft Yachts and Capri Pants and we have sought to imbue this feeling of understated elegance into the design.”