|Project||Beverly Hilton Hotel|
|Project design||Gensler Architects|
|Material||Calacatta Oro and Nero Marquinia|
|Location||Beverly Hills, California (USA)|
The Beverly Hilton hotel is located in Beverly Hills, Los Angeles. Since opening its doors in 1955, the Beverly Hilton has seen its fair share of Hollywood’s top stars and the city’s most prestigious citizens. The Beverly Hilton has even been the primary hosting location of the Golden Globe Awards since 1961.
It was originally constructed during the early years of Mid-century Modernism. Since then, it has undergone several renovations of varying scales and transitions in management over the years. When renovating this piece of Hollywood history, it was important to keep the classic Hollywood Regency style of the original design.
Infinity slabs, Calacatta Oro and Nero Marquinia, were installed in the Presidential Suite, the hotel’s top accommodation . Formerly swathed in dark woods and heavy burgundy and gold fabrics, the 8th-floor, 1,870-square-foot one-bedroom suite now boasts a fresh, contemporary style and a more serene color palette.