"The Quay is barefoot luxury mixed with contemporary civility," says Gary Fell of Gfab architects. Its design reflects the integration of the elegant and the organic.
In his quest for this fine balance, Gary Fell left no detail to accident.
Each element engages in a tranquil discourse from the ethereal five-story skylight to the refined elements of the interior. Limestone floors exude a marked timelessness and harmonize with natural handmade carpets. Individually crafted silk panels illuminate serene interiors complete with Minotto beds and Arne Jacobson furnishings in an intentioned palette of colors.
At The Quay, comfort is wed with sophistication. From the unaffected style of the hotel restaurant to the cultivated ease of the terrace bar, The Quay is laid-back refinement at its best.