Roye Design at CASACOR Miami 2017

We imagine this would be a place for self-renewal and inspiration - a place where you can read, listen, draw, watch. a place to relax, recover, inspire and stimulate. We have art, books, a table to draw and create, a sofa to rest and recover, chairs for conversations and personal interactions - the lighting aligns to your body’s natural circadian rhythm to improve mood, energy, productivity and quality of sleep.


Blue is linked to intellect - The color blue has positive affects on the mind and the body. As the color of the spirit, it invokes rest and can cause the body to produce chemicals that are calming and exude feelings of tranquility. Blue helps to slow human metabolism, is cooling in nature, and helps with balance and self-expression.


We are introducing a wellness component to interiors - the Well Standard. This space is about connecting the idea that a space can restore and protect you from the negative effects of our modern world. We can integrate systems that will monitor the quality of the air we breathe, the light that we see and the water we drink. It sets performance requirements through seven Concepts relevant to the occupant health in the build environment - air, water, nourishment, light, fitness, comfort and mind - improving the nutrition, fitness, mood, sleep patterns and performance of its occupants. 


Combining the experience of interior designer Robert Zemnickis with the expertise of Yessenia Cardenas, the formation of ROYE signals a new chapter for interior design and curation in South Florida. 


Both Zemnickis and Cardenas have a long history of working in the Miami/Ft. Lauderdale area, with over 30 years’ worth of combined experience. Both designers have had the privilege of working internationally, with clients as far away as Europe and South America. As ROYE, Zemnickis and Cardenas regard interior design with an eye for the intimate, keeping in mind each client’s respective needs and personalities when working to produce their dream home. 


For all of the importance of form and function, ROYE understands that the aesthetics of a space – the way it makes you feel and the memories it may conjure – are equally as worthy of attention. ROYE regards interior design as the ultimate form of self-expression: an exterior articulation of one’s inner-most self.