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Designing Hotels for Tight Urban Markets

Designing Hotels for Tight Urban Markets

Designing an urban hotel is a bit like playing Tetris; you have to put all the little pieces together just right. Just ask architect Rob Uhrin. He’s been squeezing hotels into tight spaces for 15 years. Of course, he’s worked ...

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Hotel Designers Discuss 2014 Bathroom Trends

Hotel Designers Discuss 2014 Bathroom Trends

Traditional bathrooms with tiled floors and shower curtains are so 2013. Industry experts are declaring 2014 as “The Year of the Bathroom,” and a growing number of hoteliers nationwide are remodeling or all together reconstructing their bathroom spaces. “The bed ...

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Streamling Hotel Construction Through 3-D Modeling

Streamling Hotel Construction Through 3-D Modeling

The 3-D craze isn’t only confined to your local multiplex. It’s breaking out a new dimension (literally and figuratively) in hotel construction projects thanks to the advent of building information modeling (BIM). The concept has existed since 1987 but has ...

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Hotel Designers Embrace Concept Suites

Hotel Designers Embrace Concept Suites

No matter what interest travelers have, from Barbie and Batman to lunar moon landings and medieval castles, they’re learning there’s likely a suite for that. “Concept suites give guests something more than what you typically would expect at a high-end ...

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Brentano Releases 2014 Color Forecast

Brentano Releases 2014 Color Forecast

WHEELING, Ill.—Six colors have captured the attention of the Brentano Design Studio for 2014. Distilled from an analysis of reigning trends, innovations in fashion and the shifting tastes of designers, the colors comprising Brentano’s 2014 color forecast anticipate the needs ...

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