BIG LITTLE HOTEL: Small Hotels Designed by Architects
Virtual Webinar by Donna Kacmar, FAIA
This talk will explore the history of hotels, the importance of hotels to the urbanizing of the U.S., showcase several new hotels, and include a brief speculation on the future directions of travel. The hotels featured are designed by architects who use light and materials in interesting and intentional ways. The designs also deliberately connect to their local history, context, or land – in many cases all three. Both the architecture and the operations harmonize with the place, whether that is a bustling city, small town, or natural area. Many are new buildings but some are adaptive reuse projects or renovations of historic properties, extending the connectivity of the place into the future. Work will include projects by Lake|Flato Architects, Salmela Architect, Olson Kundig, Specht Architects, Deborah Berke Partners, Waechter Architecture, and others.
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