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Dessert plate designs for St. Regis Bal Harbour Resort
Glass Studio for St. Regis Bal Harbour Resort
In our previous posts we shared with you many examples of our designs for St. Regis hotels and resorts. We continue honoring our collaboration with the brand and offer you a glimpse at some of our tableware designs including dessert plate designs for St. Regis Bal Harbour Resort (South Florida).
About St. Regis Bal Harbour Resort
The opening of S.t Regis Bal Harbour Resort in January this year was announced as “#1 most anticipated hotel opening of the year” by Forbes magazine. The hotel’s attractive location in South Florida’s exclusive shopping destination along with St. Regis’ signature high-end services and amenities have contributed to hotel already being a recipient of the coveted AAA Five-Diamond award for 2012. The 243 room property distinguishes with a modern and sleek decor, elegance, panoramic oceanfront views and a attractive dining and lounging venues.
Glass Studio worked with hotel’s team on hotel tableware for the Bar & Wine venue, banqueting service as well as in room dining amenities. In this post we share with you our designs for the Bar & Wine Vault.
Dessert Plate designs for Bar & Wine Vault
St. Regis Bar & Wine Vault at Bal Harbour Resort is envisioned as a very modern venue for entertainment and relaxation. The venue is designed in neutral grey and beige tones with silver details and stylish prints and unique art pieces. Our tableware designers decided to follow the contemporary theme of the decor and created dinnerware designs that complement its style. Dinnerware items created for this venue included small dessert trays and dipping bowls used for dessert presentation.
Our designers created small rectangular dessert plates with bronze handles to be used as dessert trays. The design of dessert plates featured crackled pattern in white color, which gave plates a soft and sophisticated look.
The sectional dipping plate was created as a dipping bowl for jams and condiments served at the afternoon tea service. The surface of the bowl was colored in a metallic “lily white” hue so as to match the dessert platters and to achieve an elegant yet contemporary finish.
The photos featured on this post illustrate our dessert plates used for dessert presentation by Pastry Chef Antonio Bachour and his sweet creations.