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29
Mar

WEB EXCLUSIVE: Dual-Brand in Chicago Has Split Identity, Cohesive Design

CHICAGO—You might say two hotels are better than one. As more hoteliers realize the cost savings on staffing and operations associated with joining forces with another brand in the same building, they also encounter design challenges that can be harder to solve than a Rubik’s Cube. How do you delineate each brand within the shared…
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28
Mar

Augmented and Virtual Reality With Mike Gajdorus of SONNY+ASH

NEW YORK—Mike Gajdorus, director of client experience at SONNY+ASH, shares how the creative communications studio is harnessing virtual and augmented reality for next-level design.
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20
Mar

Hotel Indigo Savannah Historic District Unveils Art Installation

SAVANNAH, GA—Hotel Indigo Savannah Historic District has completed its new six-story art installation, Radiant Awakening, created in collaboration between Noble Investment Group, the boutique hotel's ownership, and Savannah College of Art and Design's (SCAD) Collaborative Learning Center.'
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16
Mar

Denniston Architects’ Jean-Michel Gathy on Hotel Architecture Trends

MIAMI—Specializing in luxury hospitality design, interiors and landscape for more than 40 years, master architect Jean-Michel Gathy works to stay ahead of the design curve, forging new trends and using his passion to create and innovate.
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08
Mar

WEB EXCLUSIVE: Hues and Textures Evoke Mediterranean Style

NATIONAL REPORT—There are many countries dotted along the Mediterranean Sea—Egypt, France, Italy, Greece, Israel and Morocco, to name a few—and each one influences the culture, food and timeless style of the region that many admire and emulate. Connected to the Atlantic Ocean, the Mediterranean’s azure blue sea, calm breezes and an overall sense of tranquility…
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28
Feb

WEB EXCLUSIVE: Designers, Crafters Bring Modernity to Brass

NATIONAL REPORT—“Design changes constantly, and so do finishes and materials. It’s almost cyclical in nature because history has proven that past designs seemingly always come back, albeit with a new twist,” said Danielle Adams, project lead for Navigate Design in Toronto.
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22
Feb

WEB EXCLUSIVE: Designers Look to Gen Z to Craft Future Look of Hospitality

NEW YORK/SAN FRANCISCO—While millennials appear to be the hot demographic that hoteliers wish to charm and cultivate, forward-thinking designers are looking beyond this group to generation Z—the influencers of tomorrow—to help shape and shift the hotel experience of the future.
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15
Feb

WEB EXCLUSIVE: Pure + Freeform’s Bespoke Metal Panels Create a Contextual Experience

LAKE ELMO, MN—When you think of metal, the characteristics of strength and rigidity may come to mind. As a design element it can be so much more. Designers looking to harness metal’s potential to create a modern and refined touch in hospitality projects—from small accents to large-scale focal points—turn to Pure + Freeform, a bespoke…
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01
Feb

WEB EXCLUSIVE: High Country Rugs Puts Spin on Ancient Craft

ASPEN, CO—As the son of avid rug collectors, Jason Leach was immersed in the history of rug making at a young age, living in a house filled with rugs—floors and walls included. Infused with creative expressions of culture, tradition and identity, the centuries-old art form served as inspiration for the 10-year-old business he co-founded with…
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