Wilson Associates hires design director for hospitality projects in the MEA region

Roy Posey has joined the Dubai studio of the global interior architecture firm

Roy Posey has more than 15 years of design experience.
Wilson Associates
Roy Posey has more than 15 years of design experience.

Global interior architecture design firm Wilson Associates has welcomed Roy Posey to its Dubai studio as the new design director, where he will be overseeing upcoming hospitality projects in the Middle East and Africa.

In his new role, Posey will oversee the studio’s design initiatives, projects, conceptualisation, and staffing. Bringing with him over 15 years of design experience, Posey will also represent the studio at a host of industry events in and around Dubai.

Posey began his career in interior design, working on restaurant and bar interior spaces, as well as high-end residential interiors. His experience includes leadership roles with international interior design firms such as Keane, where he was head of design; Hirsch Bedner Associates, Dubai; and the Honest Group.

For Wilson Associates’ Dubai studio, Posey is currently working on the following hospitality projects: Westin Hotel Ras Al Khaimah; Pai Thai, a Thai restaurant within the Al Qasr Hotel in Dubai; and a large hotel on the new The Island development in Dubai.

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