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Pharrell Williams’ Goodtime Hotel has a “reimagined art deco” aesthetic – Dezeen

Pastel colours and wicker furniture clash playfully with the leopard print fabrics in this Miami hotel, designed by Ken Fulk for Pharrell Williams.

The Goodtime Hotel comes complete with its own pool club (top and above) Photography is by Alice Gao.
The Goodtime Hotel comes complete with its own pool club (top and above) Photography is by Alice Gao.

Pastel colours and wicker furniture clash playfully with the leopard print fabrics in this Miami hotel, created by American designer Ken Fulk for musician Pharrell Williams.

The Goodtime Hotel, which was designed to reflect the famed art deco architecture of the local area, is a collaboration between Williams and entrepreneur David Grutman.

While Fulk was responsible for the interiors, New York firm Morris Adjmi along with local firm NBWW designed the building and landscape architect Raymond Jungles worked on the hotel’s outdoor spaces.

“We want The Goodtime Hotel to impart a feeling of both revitalisation and that rare, exciting thrill that takes over when you discover something special,” said Williams, who has previously collaborated on the design of a two-tower residential development in Toronto.

“It’s that adrenaline-fuelled sensation of entering a whole new setting and a whole new mindset. This place will provide a natural good time for all who come through.”

Photography is by Alice Gao.
Photography is by Alice Gao.

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