Naumi Hotel Queenstown.

Creating an eclectic and memorable design experience.

After working on the award-winning Naumi Hotel in Wellington, Harrows was delighted when asked by Undercurrent Studio to work on the Naumi Hotel in Queenstown. Employing innovative and peculiar design details, the interior design plays with exaggerated scales, set designs and disproportionate sensory details, which create a tactile and memorable experience for curious travellers.

The bold contemporary aesthetic, verging on surreal, was an exciting challenge that Harrows met head on. A range of bespoke furniture pieces were designed and manufactured for Naumi, including slatted timber head boards, high-gloss desks and brightly coloured column tables.

Bespoke MDF tables were crafted and painted in bold satin shades, with creative details such as cabinet doors, waterfall ends and mounted on spheres. In contrast to the unique and modern designs, elegant Zara Tables with traditional-inspired curves and turns, stand out in a room full of spectrums, shapes and detail.

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Highlights
  • Let's Make It. Personal
  • Carefully matched colours carry the brand statement of Naumi
  • Elegant timber furniture meet modern art pieces
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"The friendly Harrows team continuously go above and beyond. The product is of exceptional quality and designed to high standards. All product is completely customisable to suit any aesthetic. Harrows have never failed to deliver on time."
Liv Macfarlane, Director, Undercurrent Studio
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