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Pullman Nadi Bay Resort & Spa


Interior Design of Public Areas

Project Completed 2019

Surrounded by uninterrupted ocean views, Pullman Nadi Bay Resort & Spa is Fiji’s newest resort. Located on Wailoaloa beachfront and overlooked by vistas of the island's most recognised mountain The Sleeping Giant, this unique resort concept by Miaja Design Group is inspired by the colourful and vibrant Fijian culture. The resort has 236 rooms and suites along with an extensive range of facilities including four restaurants, three bars and swimming pools, a day spa, 24-hour fitness centre and impressive meeting rooms which can host up to 525 guests. 


“People travel to Fiji from all over the world because it's a joyous, dynamic and diverse location, renowned for its natural beauty. I wanted the resort design to reflect all of the positive energy, bright colours and symbolism of traditional Fijian culture, and to translate this into a contemporary design for the modern traveller.” comments Isabelle Miaja, founder of Miaja Design Group. 


The lobby area offers a warm Fijian welcome from the onset, including wooden canoe style seating and bright coloured sculptures, designed by IsabelleMiaja. These rotating vertical columns named ‘Totem’ connect story- telling imagery in an apotheosis of balance in motion, and feature flowing patterns and symbols inspired by local culture and island nature.


Traditional arts and crafts in Fiji include wood-carving, pottery and Tapa Cloth, also known as Masi. Tapa is made from the bark of the paper mulberry tree and decorated in charcoal with symbolic motifs and dancing patterns. Throughout the resort, geometric shapes feature on the walls, floor tiles and carpets. The use of wood, metal and stone creates a light contemporary feel and balances the occasional wild bursts of rainbow colours within the design.

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