New Trends in Hospitality Lighting Design
Designing lighting for hospitality environments is ultimately about helping guests feel welcome and comfortable through creating a feeling of “home away from home.” But as demographics shift, hospitality brands have begun focusing on millennials and their preferences as well. Because millennials tend to travel a lot, are quick to jump on new technologies.
Building DialogueMay 24, 2019
Frank Lloyd Wright-Style Lighting Recreated: Yellowstone’s Canyon Village
Visitors to Yellowstone National Park’s Canyon Village, the largest accommodation complex in the park, were pleasantly surprised last summer with brand-new accommodations. The stately, welcoming new lodges were the result of a two-phase, three-year transformation of the 410 obsolete cabin-style units, originally constructed in 1957, into five modern, multistory stone and wood structures (with an equal number of units) built in the grand lodge tradition of the National Park Service.
Building DialogueApril 2, 2018
Pederson joins RNL as lighting designer
Vannessa Pederson joined RNL, part of Stantec, as a lighting designer on the firm’s Denver lighting design team.
CREJMarch 9, 2018
Electrical design considerations for today, tomorrow and the future
Whether designing a new building or modifying an existing structure, health care projects require in-depth knowledge and expertise to stay current with ever-changing modifications in building codes and health care standards.
CREJOctober 21, 2017