JW Marriott Miami, Brickell Avenue’s first and premier luxury hotel, has undergone an all new design of its entire meeting space (facilities, venues). Working with the firm, Studio 5 Interior Design and Architecture, the new style’s modern yet elegant designs were created to be clean and open while maintaining a strong architectural aesthetic, artistic design and a neutral color palate.
The design is seen throughout the entire fifth floor of the hotel comprising all eight of the breakout meeting rooms, the atrium spaces, gallery and the 10,000 sq. feet Grand Ballroom. “The new design is clean and contemporary while still maintaining the simple elegance that our customers expect and appreciate,” said Mildred Riscigno, General Manager of the JW Marriott Miami.
The over $1.5 million dollar redesign of the meeting space included all new furniture for the meetings rooms including ergonomic chairs, seminar tables, china and flatware and new banquet display tables. “The new space works well for corporate groups or social functions as its neutral palate will compliment any theme or idea that the client wants to incorporate,” said Donna Stasiak, Principal of the design firm Studio 5.
The largest ballroom on Brickell Avenue, the JW Marriott’s Grand Ballroom has also received the installation of 24 rigging points that will allow it to serve as the venue for any kind of function with major production value.