Since they were established in 1966, Richmond International has designed the interiors of some of the world’s most prestigious hotels. With a precise attention to detail to every project, Richmond International carefully tailors each design to the location and cultural setting to create interiors that truly fulfil their client’s vision and expectations. With clients ranging from multinational brands to independent owners, Richmond refurbishes, restores and creates award-winning spaces and are driven to hotels that embrace design that is authentic, intelligent and inspiring. The LuxPad takes a look around one of their recent projects; the seven bespoke Boulevard Suites at The Cosmopolitan, Las Vegas…
With inspiration drawn from the vibrancy of the unique location and dynamic spaces found at The Cosmopolitan, the seven bespoke Boulevard Suites are located at the highest point of the hotel. Boasting captivating views, the penthouses channel the enthusiasm of the eclectic city beneath.
Provocative artwork and whimsical sculptural installations are key aspects of the interior design and take inspiration from the digital art installations and significant pieces dotted throughout the resort.
Unashamedly opulent, each suite features tailored finishes such as 24ct gold handcrafted resin and verre eglomise panels, alongside individual pieces of bespoke furniture designed by Richmond International. Together these details create a single aesthetic and a contemporary design which is complemented by two different colour palettes, one anchored in teal and jewel tones and the other a vibrant cobalt blue.
Each penthouse was given a distinct identity and a measure of opulence synonymous with Las Vegas. “Working with the team at The Cosmopolitan has given us the opportunity to create some truly extraordinary suites while allowing us the freedom to delve into creativity and ultimately develop a project that accurately responds to the diverse character of Las Vegas whilst ensuring the highest standards of luxury.” – Principal of Richmond International, Fiona Thompson.