Over the past three decades, Adriana Hoyos’ warm, sophisticated aesthetic has enriched spaces in the United States, South America, the Caribbean, France and the United Kingdom. Her impressive roster of projects includes the Vanderbilt Mansion in Fisher Island; Aqualina Cable Beach in the Bahamas; Tower 10 in Doral; and hotel interiors for Starwood, Hilton and Marriott. In addition, Hoyos has unveiled 13 furniture collections since 2003—each with different design inspiration. Her company, headquartered in Miami (with manufacturing facilities in Quito, Ecuador), employs more than 300 people. The company’s latest venture is Shoma Bay, a 24-story condominium project set for completion in 2025, it promises a marriage of Art Deco and modern design; 333 high-end units; amenities including a pool overlooking Biscayne Bay, a wine cellar, coffee bar, and cigar lounge—as well as North Bay Village’s first-ever Publix located within the development.
This 24-story condominium project, set for completion in 2025, promises a marriage of Art Deco and modern design; 333 high-end units; amenities including a pool overlooking Biscayne Bay, wine cellar, coffee bar and cigar lounge—as well as North Bay Village’s first-ever Publix located within the development.
“The high-quality, stylish interior of the lounge creates a level of sophistication [that’s perfect] for hosting private events. [At the same time], it adds to the home-like feeling of the atmosphere,” she says.