Hospitality design is shaped by a fine balance between aesthetics, budget and flexibility. The industry seeks to provide guests and visitors with the best possible experience that is largely influenced by touch-points like visual appeal and comfort of stay or dining.
With constraints like budgets and quick ROI’s , solutions that deliver quality, are commercially viable and that help hotels and restaurants create a unique personality that keep patrons coming back are the need of the hour
When potential clients walk through the door, the impression they get of the hotel is made within the first few seconds by the images that confront them. The lobby is an in-between zone, the stop people make when entering and before checking in or heading over their desired destination.
Guest traveling from far should be able to get immediate refuge, providing them with the sense of relaxation, before they even make it to their roomLearn more
Back Of House
When hotels think about spending their money they usually opt for improving the guest experience. Guest experience can only be possible if Back of House is running smoothly and the transition from one work zone to another is seamless.
Office, Breakrooms, Locker room and Operations makes the Back of House.Learn more
Hotels are the workspace of the future, as the line between work and social continues to blur, many hotels are taking a cue in redesigning their meeting spaces to accommodate this shift. From the traditional sterile meeting room to the comfortable engaging spaces is a transformation that's sweeping the hospitality industry.Learn more
At the core of every hotel, a restaurant creates a lasting impression with its guests. From workflow to ambiance, every detail is carefully drawn and designed to ensure the guest's experience is seamless to keep its guests returning for the meal and much more.Learn more
There is a huge shift in the hospitality industry and when it comes down to hotel room design and travelers are asking for more experience than room design.
Designers are taking the cue from this shift and creating a more modern design while integrating technological components.
Is Co-Living going to be the next big trend for the hospitality sector?Learn more