Designing for living and business, hospitality performs two masters- client and investors. The technique and science of our design approach are to balance their needs in ways that honor the laws of attraction at every price of point building brand loyalty, buzz, and happiness which combines to make Hospitality Design.
Ever ready to indulge their guests in high-quality experiences, restaurants and the designers who shape their properties constantly adapt to market demands and changing tastes to create inspiring hospitality settings.
It’s a rare treat for a designer to be given a free hand and a generous budget to create a unique interior for Hospitality Design. Markus Wischenbart, owner and President of LHVC, has identified these key points:
1. An emphasis on eco-friendliness
I believe in the ability of the industry’s collective buying power to inspire local economies & we want to do our part by recommending buying local.
2. Less pattern, more texture, and pops of color
Designs & frameworks tend to be large-scale and often geometric in urban areas and organic in resort areas.
3. Seamless technology
Technology is being implemented in all hotels from the operations standpoint to the guest experience. New technologies cut facility management costs.
4. A customized experience
New concepts are evolving based on flexibility and separate needs. Hotels with just two to three rooms and modular hotels are all new concepts being explored.
5. Rarefied luxury
At the luxury level, guests are expecting to be attending more by radiant-heat floors, TV which convert to mirrors when not turned on and guest baths with mirror defoggers-little things that make the guests want to come back.