Designer furniture firm Point presents three of its latest hospitality projects in the United States and Canada. The furniture collections of this century-old company, which in 2019 won the Spanish National Design Award, can be seen in over 1,000 projects spread across five continents.
A small island paradise off the coast of Miami Beach, the former winter estate of wealthy heir William K. Vanderbilt II is now home to an iconic club, hotel and luxury residences. In the Fisher Island Club, designed by interior designer Adriana Hoyos, are to be found the collections "Paralel", designed by Gabriel Teixidó, "Weave", created by Vicent Martínez, "City" by Christophe Pillet, the "Emmanuel" armchair, designed by Alfonso Gallego, and the "Round” table designed by Francesc Rifé.
Also in Florida, this time in the heart of Miami's historic Coconut Grove, you can find New York studio ICRAVE’s design developed for The Key Club, an American-inspired restaurant where the key features are the "Hamp” armchairs and sofas, designed by Francesc Rifé.
Further north, in Canada, the 1 Hotel Toronto was inspired by the city's varied natural environment. Seeking to capture the beauty of Lake Ontario and the contrasting colors of each season, this hotel has chosen to incorporate "Paralel" seats into its spaces to create a sustainable urban refuge.
Point's story began more than 100 years ago with a master craftsman who was to become a benchmark in the world of craftsmanship. Four generations later, this family-owned company has transformed his legacy into an international brand, synonymous with the best of design, research and savoir faire. With close to 300 products created by great designers both national and international, today their design pieces are to be found in projects all over the world, everywhere from Australia to Mexico, including Dubai, London, Paris and Miami. Major international hotel firms such as Four Seasons, W, Shangri-La, The Langham and Hyatt Regency have included the company’s designer furniture on their premises.