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Lobby tranformation by leading hotel brands june2011
Lobby tranformation by leading hotel brands june2011
Lobby tranformation by leading hotel brands june2011
Lobby tranformation by leading hotel brands june2011
Lobby tranformation by leading hotel brands june2011
Lobby tranformation by leading hotel brands june2011
Lobby tranformation by leading hotel brands june2011
Lobby tranformation by leading hotel brands june2011
Lobby tranformation by leading hotel brands june2011
Lobby tranformation by leading hotel brands june2011
Lobby tranformation by leading hotel brands june2011
Lobby tranformation by leading hotel brands june2011
Lobby tranformation by leading hotel brands june2011
Lobby tranformation by leading hotel brands june2011
Lobby tranformation by leading hotel brands june2011
Lobby tranformation by leading hotel brands june2011
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Lobby tranformation by leading hotel brands june2011

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Biggest hotel brands are making a switch from pass through, non-exciting looking hotel lobbies to energized, socially stimulating, healthy and fun environments. We have done the research. We bring you …

Biggest hotel brands are making a switch from pass through, non-exciting looking hotel lobbies to energized, socially stimulating, healthy and fun environments. We have done the research. We bring you a snap shot of where this new lobby design is going.

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  • 1. Hotel lobby transformationA review of biggest hotel brands and their lobby redesign efforts www.agaartka.com
  • 2. Aga Artka Interior Design, LLC Which best describes a hotel lobby today? • Cafe • Office • Conference Room • Health bar • Recreation Room • All of the above
  • 3. “Perfect Mix” lobby concept by Hampton Inn
  • 4. Aga Artka Interior Design, LLC Lobby characteristics • equally compelling all day • promoting socialization • extension of a guest room • fresh and appealing to versatile audience • multifunctional seating and zoning
  • 5. Aga Artka Interior Design, LLC “Perfect Mix” lobby | contemporary decor accessories pendant lighting decorative lighting drapery clean and smooth with an small to medium scale multiplied. clean lines with soft clean and sophisticated lines with medium to large scale, bold colors, clean uncluttered appearance finishes and chrome or stainless steel metal details sculptural look to add minimal interest lines, decorative drapery hardware dining seat library shelf table top accessories community table soft seating carpet inset tea height table sleek lines, simple clean and simple complimentary striking colors straight legs, no carving details simple lines with clean, crisp edges. minimal pattern, medium sleek lines and textured fabric with similar shape clean and bold fabric colors to large scale with texture. smooth surfaces. An artful marriage of elements that combine to create an eclectic mix of The relaxed, casual and contemporary brand design platform is clearly styles, this style allows a wide variety of guests to identify with individual * Part of Hampton’s 2011 Perfect Mix Design Manual evident, additional layers like; contemporary pendants, the mid-century elements that have an emotional appeal. Hampton’s contemporary interiors inspired stools and the simplified version of a traditional wingback chair all are comfortable and welcoming without being cluttered and dark. work together to create a timeless eclectic mix of style.
  • 6. Aga Artka Interior Design, LLC “Perfect Mix” lobby Hampton Inn Rogers, AR
  • 7. “Great Room” lobby concept by Marriott
  • 8. Aga Artka Interior Design, LLC Lobby characteristics • adaptable space • accommodates business needs, informal team huddles, solo guests and socializing • includes a bar with food • implements new technology features
  • 9. Aga Artka Interior Design, LLC “Great Room” lobby Mariott, Portsmouth, UK
  • 10. New lobby concept by Hilton
  • 11. Aga Artka Interior Design, LLC Lobby characteristics • implements distinct zones • designed with social interaction in mind • includes an 18-hour bar, which evolves from coffee shop in the morning, to cafe mid day, to cocktail bar in the evening • implements new Technology Lounge
  • 12. Aga Artka Interior Design, LLC Hilton new lobby Hilton McLean Tysons Corner, McLean,VA
  • 13. Aga Artka Interior Design, LLC Hilton new lobby Hilton McLean Tysons Corner, McLean,VA
  • 14. Aga Artka Interior Design, LLC Summary of new design features • friendly and fresh appearance • multiple seating options • promoting socialization • offering healthy options • space transforms throughout the day via use of lighting, audio and accents
  • 15. Aga Artka Interior Design, LLC Aga Artka Chief Designer/Owner of Milwaukee-based Interior Design Studio Understanding the industry, being able to identify the trends, and implement new design solutions is what Aga Artka does best. Her Interior Design business can ensure that your next hotel renovation is on the leading edge and receives the attention it needs from customers and competitors alike.
  • 16. Questions?Contact me to discuss your next hotel renovation project. aga@agaartka.com @agartka www.facebook.com/pages/Aga Artka Interior Design LLC

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