Miami, FL, November 16, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- Miami-based interior designer Francois Frossard, known for his signature style and bold designs in celebrated venues in Miami and around the world, is featured in the new volume of 100 Florida Architects and Interior Designers. The 460-page book, which presents the work of creative design professionals whose diverse backgrounds and design philosophies are shaping Florida’s built environment, profiles Frossard’s latest design creations. Frossard’s redesign of Miami Beach’s iconic The Forge Restaurant, the award-wining-design SET nightclub, Louis Bar and Lounge at the Gansevoort Hotel and the new Arkadia lounge at the Fontainebleau Miami Beach are among the projects showcased with full-color illustrations.
100 Florida Architects and Interior Designers features a vibrant cross section of work that includes single-family homes, high-rise offices, luxury condominiums, hospitals, churches, museums, sports arenas, college campuses, airports and entire cities. The hardcover volume is $45 and was edited by accomplished designer, magazine editor, and author Damir Sinovcic. It also includes a foreword by The Miami Herald’s contributing architecture critic and book author Beth Dunlop. For more information and to purchase the book, visit www.florida100book.com.
Located in Miami’s Wynwood Art District, Francois Frossard Design, Inc. (FFD, Inc.) is one of the most innovative interior design firms in the country specializing in the entertainment, restaurant and hospitality industries. Founded in 1998 by French-born Francois Frossard, the firm’s signature of “grand style” infused with “high bold drama” can be found in celebrated venues in Miami, New York, Las Vegas and other cities around the world. Frossard and the talented FFD team customize each project and lead the current new romantic design movement, infusing decadent glamour with whimsy and mystique, pairing contradiction with tradition.
For more information on FFD, Inc., please call 305-576-7556 or visit www.ffdmiami.com.