The W Fort Lauderdale has unveiled its redesigned common spaces after wrapping up the initial phase of a $55 million renovation.
Led by New York-based design house Meyer Davis Studio, the upgraded public spaces emit a modern nautical theme, featuring elements like wooden bases, sailing knots, naval camouflage, military-inspired strapping, and splashes of gold color. At the heart of the redesign is Living Room, a stylish indoor/outdoor lounge in the lobby.
“We’ve crafted an urban escape that stays true to Fort Lauderdale’s reputation as a laid-back beach town,” added Will Meyer, co-founder of Meyer Davis Studio. “The fresh and contemporary design is perfect for those in search of refined luxury living.”
All hotel rooms and residences in the Related Companies/Related Group development were upgraded as well with the next and final phase of the renovation consisting of a ballroom and an oceanfront restaurant by Stephen Starr, per the Fort Lauderdale Daily.
Check out the model residences here.