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ar­chi­tect Jean Michel Gathy of Den­nis­ton In­ter­na­tional

The Se­tai is con­cep­tu­alised upon re­flec­tion of the his­tory of South Beach Art Deco and Art Deco Asia. This Art Deco fu­sion phi­los­o­phy re­flects the cul­tural di­ver­sity of Mi­ami renowned ftor cre­ative life­style.

The Se­tai is en­vi­sioned to be a sec­ond home to many of our guests where the de­sign in­tent was to cre­ate a place richly in­ter­fused with ma­te­ri­als, sen­si­tiv­ity and taste­fully dec­o­rated; cre­ative lay­ers of ma­te­ri­als, space and light.

in­te­rior de­signer

Jaya Ibrahim & As­so­ciates

Jaya Ibrahim & As­so­ciates is a com­pany based in Jakarta, In­done­sia. In all his work, Jaya Ibrahim, the In­te­rior De­signer for The Se­tai, con­sis­tently cre­ates de­signs that have a strong sense of place, de­signs that are a con­tem­po­rary rein­ter­pre­ta­tion of the past, de­signs that are al­ways unique in that they are cre­ated specif­i­cally for each project.

The ta­ble in the Lobby and the Wel­come ta­ble in The Restau­rant were cre­ated with pavers from the palaces in Bei­jing; the name of the maker is stamped on the side of the pavers. Through­out The Se­tai, you will find or­nate hur­ri­cane lights from Chang Mai, in them you will ei­ther find or­anges dur­ing the day or can­dles dur­ing the night. The sym­bol­ism of the or­anges is to bridge the Asian in­flu­ences of the de­sign style of The Se­tai and the Sun­shine State of Florida.

The Court­yard rep­re­sents a sense of calm­ing and is re­flec­tive of na­ture. The four stat­ues in the Court­yard are the Ce­les­tial An­i­mals. As seen in the For­bid­den City these stat­ues guard the 4 cor­ners of the world. The Phoenix faces the South and rep­re­sents op­por­tu­nity. The Tiger faces the West and rep­re­sents pro­tec­tion. The Dragon faces the East and rep­re­sents good luck. The Tur­tle faces the North and rep­re­sents sta­bil­ity.

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