and wood features including columns. “My pride and joy
is the exotic cherry-wood panels,” Corredor says. “When
you walk in the main lobby, there are two huge panels on
the back wall, which give a jigsaw effect. It looks modern
and luxurious and has that wow factor!”
The lobby with the concierge desk
ional panels on the back wall that imitate
the wood paneling on the desk. The designers also
repeated the treatment in the main elevator lobby.
Using various shades of green, such as aqua, blue, teal,
etc., condo owners are constantly reminded that they live
by the sea when they walk through the public
columns with wood panels,
uses splashes of color, including burnt orange, to add punch.
The third lobby is refreshing with white-glass tiles.
All of the dated hallways were transformed into warm and inviting spaces by adding a fusion of color, and by changing the wallpaper, sconces and carpeting. A custom