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Immersive Lobby Experience Creates Guest Connection

Immersive Lobby Experience Creates Guest Connection

When it comes to hotel stays, first impressions really are everything—and that is why the lobby remains one of the most critical spaces in a hotel’s arsenal for charming guests and inspiring repeat visits. In fact, the lobby is currently ...

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Brentano Releases 2016 Color Forecast

Brentano Releases 2016 Color Forecast

“Interior designers are taking traditional colors and using them in non‐traditional ways—it is a very exciting time in the industry,” says Brentano’s senior designer Aaron Mensik in regard to the color forecast of 2016. “As textile designers, we are really ...

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Pedestrian-Oriented Development Creates Inviting Space

Pedestrian-Oriented Development Creates Inviting Space

For Luca Maffey, vice president of design at John Portman & Associates, a building serves no purpose unless there are people to make it come alive. Pedestrian-oriented development is a common thread in many of the Atlanta-based architectural firm’s current ...

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Evolving Tastes Influence Hotel Design

Evolving Tastes Influence Hotel Design

Millennials number over 80 million, making them the largest generation ever. These up-and-comers now outnumber baby boomers and gen xers in the workforce and represent the “worker bees” most likely to be tasked with extensive business travel. Moreover, research by ...

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Hotel Design in a ‘Glocal’ Context

Hotel Design in a ‘Glocal’ Context

Architecture evolves from the specific circumstances of a project: the location, program, climate, topography, and social and cultural influences, as well as the input of key people involved—from the owner, architect, and engineers to the authorities, contractors, and public. Exploring ...

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