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External Article 1 May 2020

Award-Winning Architect Reimagines The Hotels Of The Future

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One of the most-celebrated architects in the world, Lauren Rottet is the genius behind the design of many exceptional hotels around the world, from the Hotel Alessandra in Houston, Texas, the Surrey Hotel in New York City, to the new Hilton Conrad Hotel in Washington, D.C.

According to Rottet, whose Rottet Studio has offices in in Houston, Los Angeles, and New York, the coronavirus global pandemic will affect hotel design in the future and some features already implemented by the notable designer will become standard practice.

Rottet is a "Design Giant" among hospitality firms with past projects that include: offices for BGC3 (billionaire Bill Gates' firm); The NYSE; The River Oaks Residences, Central Park Tower (the tallest all residential building in the world on Billionaire's row in NYC) Four Seasons Hotels in Bogota, Colombia, Houston and Chicago; Loews Regency Hotel in New York City; St. Regis Aspen Resort, Aspen, Colorado; The Langham Chicago Art curation; fun courtyard hotels for Valencia throughout Texas; Renaissance Atlanta Airport Gateway; Belmond Cap Juluca in Anguilla, BVI; the recently completed Conrad Washington, D.C. and Marriott's new Headquarters hotel in Bethesda, Md. among many others.

Read the full article at Forbes

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