Thursday November 24, 2022


NOVEMBER FOCUS: Architecture & Design

Gary Johnson

Purposeful Hotel Design: Breathing New Life Into Old Buildings

Through adaptive reuse, obsolete landmark buildings can be transformed into luxury urban hotels, breathing new life into existing structures while extending their usefulness for another generation. From outdated office towers, to warehouses, and even industrial buildings, rehabilitating a historic property through sensitive and thoughtful design can be a rational approach from a financial, civic, and environmentally sustainable point of view.
Purposeful Hotel Design: Breathing New Life Into Old Buildings


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DAILY HEADLINES - Thursday Nov 24, 2022
Four Seasons Resort Chiang Mai Introduces Newly Appointed General Manager Sean Mosher
Hyatt Regency Phnom Penh Appoints Nicola Van Heemsbergen as Executive Chef
Antoine Lhomme Named New Director of Food and Beverage at Four Seasons Resort Nevis


More from our online Library Archives...

Penny Duelk

Economy Hotels: Maintaining Relevance in a Competitive Market

The enchanting motor hotels of the past have morphed into more convenient motor lodges of today. Many became part of hotel groups, with the promise of higher revenue and greater exposure, but find themselves struggling to remain relevant. Economy hoteliers should be re-evaluating their priorities. Just because they have less amenities doesn't mean they can't be trendy, desirable and competitive.
Brian  Stern

Designing For Disinfection: The Newest Trend in Hotel Design

The events of the past 8 months have forced the hotel industry to reevaluate the notion of cost containment and efficiency vs. preparedness and prevention. When considering the future of travel and the hotel industry, the implications for hotel design and remodeling creates new opportunities for resiliency and survival in the months and years to come. Welcome UV light technology…

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