Hotel Design Winner
Coop Creative Pty
Elements of Byron
Byron Bay, Australia
New Farm, Australia
Elements of Byron is a 5-star resort located in the famous surfing town of Byron Bay. Spanning 50 acres and with almost two kilometres of beach front, Elements stands alone in the industry. The interior brief demanded a world-class resort for international visitors seeking authentic an Australian beach experience. The upbeat and eclectic interior designed by Rowena Cornwell draws inspiration from water, fauna and human desire. Byron’s diverse cultural melting pot and Mother Nature assist in curating an interior experience that is underpinned by laid-back Australian glamour. Two restaurants, a 400-capacity function facility and a spa are housed under three pavilions that embrace a spectacular infinity edge pool. Dotted along the ocean and natural water course pathways, 94 stand-alone beach villas represent a softer tribute to the landscape and providing guests with a quintessential barefoot beach experience.
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