Leading Baltimore/DC-Based Design Firm Enters New Market
BALTIMORE, MD | April 23, 2019
Chambers—a planning, architecture, and interior design firm specializing in private club, hospitality, and lifestyle design—announced earlier this month that it has developed a new Lifestyles Studio design segment. This strategic move extends the firm’s reach into the multi-family residential market.
This year, Chambers celebrates the 120th anniversary of the firm’s founding in Baltimore, MD. Once a high-end residential interior design firm, Chambers has evolved through the years to provide a full suite of planning, architecture, interior design, and procurement services to a wide array of industry markets, including hotels, luxury cruise ships, health care, commercial spaces, and private clubs. Though Chambers has been leading inventive design and planning efforts in the private club industry, serving high-end golf, city, yacht, and country clubs for the last 75 years, it also boasts many high-end hospitality clients including Ritz-Carlton properties, Hilton, Marriott, the Peninsula Hotel, and Princess Cruise Lines, to name a few.
Over the last several years, the firm has gained significant design talent with new team members who boast impressive careers at some of the most respected architecture and interior design firms in the country, including ForrestPerkins, Gensler, Hickok Cole Architects, RD Jones, and Hord Coplan Macht. Through their design and project experience, the firm’s design team has amassed an extensive portfolio of hospitality, mixed-use, and multi-family design, complementing Chambers’ current expertise in lifestyle design for high-end facilities and private clubs across the country.
Most recently, the firm is thrilled to be involved with the highly anticipated Robinson Landing Development nestled along Old Town Alexandria’s waterfront. As a thought leader in the private club industry, Chambers is known for infusing hospitality and hotel-related elements into private club facilities to create elevated experiences for each client that speaks to their unique culture.
“This market is a natural addition to our current clientele as our talented and diverse team of hospitality designers focus on seamlessly connecting private club and lifestyle design,” notes Chambers’ Director of Interior Design and Principal, Charlie Turner. “We’re delighted to bring our holistic expertise to all facets of hospitality design, and we’re proud to be immersed in this fascinating industry where every day presents a new opportunity to enhance the spaces where individuals gather, live, play, dine, and work.”
Founded in Baltimore in 1899 as one of the country’s first interior design firms, Chambers has evolved over the years to provide design expertise to various high-end design markets, including hotels, luxury cruise ships, residential and commercial spaces, and even the White House. Today, the firm is headquartered in Baltimore with additional offices in Washington, DC; Dallas, TX; Minneapolis, MN; and Naples, FL. Chambers takes a holistic approach to planning and design. Everything is connected—every detail matters.