Hotel design trends – a tour d’horizon
Krystal Solarzano , Associate, WATG, Raj Chandnani, Vice President, Strategy for WATG and Wimberly Interiors | 19 Dec 13
How will the hotel of the next decade change physically? What underlying trends are
influencing top designers to adapt the way hotels look and feel – inside and out? We
asked Raj Chandnani, Vice President of Strategy for WATG and its sister company
Wimberly Interiors, to lead us on a highly visual walk through the key developments
they are integrating into the hotels they are designing now. The following portfolio, put
together exclusively for The Hotel Yearbook, highlights some of the exciting changes
we’ll all be seeing, end experiencing, soon.
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About Wimberly Allison Tong & Goo (WATG)
WATG is one of the world's leading integrated design firms with 73 years of history continually operating as an independent firm. WATG's interior design firm, Wimberly Interiors, was recently ranked 18th by Interior Design Magazine in their 2017 Hospitality Giants survey. In 2017, WATG and Wimberly Interiors designed over 240 projects in 52 countries on four continents on behalf of distinguished brands such as Bellagio, St Regis, Hard Rock, Nobu, Six Senses, Four Seasons, Fairmont, Ritz-Carlton, Viceroy, Belmond, Rosewood and Hyatt. In addition, the firm designed numerous mixed-use and urban projects on behalf of institutional and development partners in Dubai, China, Saudi Arabia, Vietnam and Indonesia. Since the firm’s inception in Hawaii in 1945, WATG has grown to offer integrated design services comprising strategy, planning, architecture, landscape, and interiors for urban, tourism and resort destinations. WATG and Wimberly Interiors have offices in Irvine, Beverly Hills, Seattle, Chicago, New York, London, Dubai, Singapore, Shanghai and Honolulu, and are best known for creating internationally acclaimed destinations in more than 170 countries across six continents. WATG's projects are renowned not only for their design and sense of place but also for their bottom-line successvisit website