Just opened & coming soon…The Star – Sydney
Echo Entertainment Group’s fast-track commission gave CHADA the challenge to refurbish a 500- seat restaurant at The Star Casino, Sydney, in just a few months. We took a leading role in directing the overall design brand for the Harvest Buffet restaurant, which operates for breakfast, lunch and dinner for both hotel and casino guests. We wanted to create different areas in the restaurant for people who return time and time again so that they can have a surprising and exciting experience. We adopted a fesitival theme and designed zones that reflected different aspects of celebration.
Swissôtel – Sydney
Recently completed, the Swissotel in the heart of Sydney’s downtown retail precinct, has had a comprehensive refurbishment of all guestrooms, reception area and entrance lobby. CHADA was commissioned to give the 359-room hotel a unique new look which reflects the brand and also allows it to stand apart from the other 5-star hotels in the city. The hotel management has been delighted with the market response, reporting greatly increased corporate bookings and excellent reviews from guests.
Sheraton Deva Resort & Spa – New Caledonia
We were commissioned to undertake the interiors for this Melanesian inspired resort hotel on the Pacific Ocean edge of the 4000-hectare Deva game reserve. The resort includes 60 ‘Kanak’ style luxury bungalows and 120 rooms by an 18-hole international golf course. The resort features a 15-metre high thatched roofed open plan central building and 13 kilometres of sandy beach.
CHADA enters the senior living market
SummitCare – Sydney
A world class aged-care facility is on our drawing boards for completion in mid-2017. SummitCare’s owner, Peter Wohl, describes the 180-room residence as a “new approach to senior living”. SummitCare Baulkham Hills will include an adult day care centre, respite care, palliative care, dementia and two-room apartments fitted out with luxurious finishes and materials usually found in a luxury hotel. “The CHADA team has enjoyed the challenge of overlaying high-end design on an aged care residences that will cater for all levels of need. Bringing beautiful natural materials and a level of elegance in the design of a facility that, once upon a time might have been designed to look more like a hospital, has been a rewarding task,” says CHADA partner, Juliet Ashworth.