Co-CEOs Clint Nagata and Rengy John on BLINK Design Group’s plans for the next decade, with an expanding luxury hospitality portfolio and the recent acquisition of the Jaya Interior Design Business
In a historic building nestled in Shanghai’s French Concession, the Capella Shanghai transports guests to the romantic days of the early 20th-century, while letting them enjoy ultra-modern luxury à la 2017.
In an interview with Property Report, Clint Nagata recounts how a visit to see one of his design heroes led to the founding of what is now one of the world’s most sought-after luxury hospitality design firms.
The brief was irresistible: create a first-of-its-kind spa experience to complement Amanoi’s unique hospitality offering in a remote, forested, lakeside location in one of Vietnam’s most beautiful provinces.
Minutes from Singapore’s city center, but a world apart, the Capella Singapore on Sentosa Island is the brand’s first hotel in Asia. A haven that blends seclusion, colonial charm, and modern luxury, it features cool, refined interiors that harmoniously and perfectly complement the hotel brand’s signature, standard-setting, and personalized service.
Singapore-based resort designer Rengy John shares some insights into Southeast Asia’s rapidly changing hospitality sector.
Equally adept at channeling the spirit of place as that of a hotel brand, BLINK created an evocative experience that redefines luxury, sense, and style.
In a collaborative, dual-leadership model, Co-CEOs Clint Nagata (BLINK’s founder) and industry veteran Rengy John will chart the future of luxury hospitality design.
Travel+Style presents “the ultimate collection of the most anticipated new properties in the luxury hotel industry.” [Rendering of Six Senses Uluwatu, Bali – scheduled to open in 2017.]
As CFO, KC Lee will play a pivotal role in BLINK’s goal to achieve global recognition as a preeminent luxury hospitality design firm.