Meyer Davis is a multi-disciplinary design studio with offices in New York City, Los Angeles, London and Miami. Founded by principal designers Will Meyer and Gray Davis in 1999, the firm focuses on luxury hospitality and residential projects worldwide.
Meyer Davis' public projects boast a welcoming, residential quality, and the studio's residential projects offer a generous warmth and comfort that only seasoned hospitality designers could fashion. It's this harmonious marriage of seemingly disparate elements - public and private, old and new, uptown and downtown - that is quintessentially Meyer Davis.
In 2016, Vendome Press published "Made to Measure," the first monograph of Meyer Davis' work. In 2018, Will Meyer and Gray Davis were inducted in to Hospitality Design's Platinum Circle after 20 years in business.
Recent projects include residences in Aspen, Colorado and the West Village in New York City, as well as Four Seasons Astir Palace in Athens, Greece, Mauna Lani for Auberge Resorts in Hawaii, and Rosewood Little Dix Bay in the British Virgin Islands. Notable restaurant work includes St. Cecilia in Atlanta, Georgia, Proxi in Chicago, Illinois, and The Harrods Brasserie in London. Meyer Davis has also designed numerous commercial residential properties in New York City, Washington DC, and Miami. The firm has completed work on luxury residences for private clients across the country, from ground up new builds to city apartments.