2012′s Brightest Hospitality Designers
Friday, July 27th, 2012
NEWH, a non-profit organization, is the premier networking resource for the hospitality industry. Designers, students, and other industry professionals are connected and educated by NEWH's seminars, trade meetings, and scholarship opportunities. Part of the organization's mission is to encourage cooperation and disseminate information among the hospitality industry, which they accomplish through awards for excellence.
This year, NEWH, the Hospitality Industry Network, named 51 firms that are setting the pace in elite hospitality design, which they dubbed the Top ID. “The leading firms are firms who have embraced change and reach to the future,” says Trisha Poole, principal of Design Poole and a member of NEWH. Since these firms know all about designing the best hotels, we had to ask:
What does “luxury” mean when it comes to hospitality design?
Architectural Concepts, Inc.
AJC Interior Design
Architecture + Design Associates, Inc.
Algiere Design & Purchasing Services, Inc.
“Luxury is the simple elegance of private interiors.”
Dawson Design Asociates
“Luxury is accommodation. Luxury is about options. We want whatever experience we desire, whenever we want it.”
Degen & Degen architecture + interior design
Design At elier
Design Group Carl Ross
Design One Studio
Design Poole, Inc.
Edge of Architecture (EOA)
HL Reed Design and h2h, Inc.
ID & Design International
II by IV Design Asociates
Innovative Designed Environments Associates, Inc.
“Luxury is anything that makes you feel special. [It's] comfort, delight, opulence.”
Johnson David Interiors
Kay Lang Asociates
Matchline Design Group
“Luxury means refined comfort. Clients and guests alike want high-impact design while still being cost-conscious.”
L2 Studios, Inc.
LuP Interiors, LLC
Montgomery Roth Architecture & Interior Design
“Luxury is experiencing impeccable service and exceptional amenities that exceed personal expectations.”
“Luxury will become more architectural and less additive and spaces will provide better function in a smaller footprint, all while remaining plush, warm, and comfortable.”
Pierre-Yves Rochon, Inc.
Rowland + Broughton Architecture & Urban Design
RTKL Asociates, Inc.
Simeone Deary Design Group
SM Design Asociates
Smart Asociates Ltd.
Therese Virserius Design
Trevillion Interiors, Ltd.
Wynn Design & Development
Tagged with: Design Poole • hospitality design • luxury • NEWH