HBA – Hirsch Bedner Associates – have headquarters in Los Angeles, California, and Singapore. Began in 1965 as a partnership between Howard Hirsch and Michael Bedner and has world-renowned as the “Number One Hospitality DesignFirm” by Interior Design Magazine.
The international presence, years of experience, and knowledge of the industry allow them to identify interior design trends, produce innovative designs, and influence design standards at the global level. The ultimate goal of the HBA is to add value, raise standards and improve the brand.
JW Marriott Marquis Shanghai, China
The concept of the overall architecture and interior design of the hotel is inspired by the dynamics of the river, light, and water ripples. With the changes of the sunrise and sunset on the riverside, the space is natural, fresh, flowing, and with surging energy.
The design presents the atmosphere of local culture in a modern and simple way describing the modern city’s fashion, elegance, and unique personality of space.
In line with the light beige walls of the atrium, the smooth curves echoing the waters of the Huangpu River are reflected in both architecture and interior design.
Mövenpick Resort Cam Ranh, Vietnam
The resort was inspired by modern European style and features 250 contemporary rooms with direct seaside views.
This project offers exciting culinary experiences at the three restaurants and two bars, including Panorama, the Marché, and Tropicana Beach Club.
The grand ballroom provides a capacity of up to 800 people and leads out onto an 850 m2 outdoor lawn area. Mövenpick Cam Ranh makes its mark as the go-to beach destination in Vietnam.
Canopy by Hilton Cancún La Isla, Mexico
This hotel is situated in Cancun’s lively “Hotel Zone”, overlooking the natural beauty of Nichupté Bay. With 174-room urban oasis strikes a delicate balance of playful and refined through art-infused elements integrated into every space.
The interior takes inspiration from the city’s local heritage. True to the Canopy by Hilton brand, the energy and culture of Cancun are reflected in the property’s local experiences.