The use of furniture in a hotel lobby and reception area can completely transform how guests engage with that area and the hotel itself. New design trends are transforming the legacy of stuffy hotel lobbies into community spaces.

A great article from Jena Tesse Fox at HM magazine casting a light on how psychology and technology are influencing hotel lobby design, with a well-deserved bias on operational considerations...

courtesy of hotelmanagement.com

original article - https://www.hotelmanagement.net/design/psychology-behind-lobby-design?mkt_tok=eyJpIjoiWTJRek1URTBOV05rWW1ObCIsInQiOi...

January 9, 2018

Delegates sit on them (and lean back on them), hotel staff quickly stack/store/unstack them and set them out in countless theatre and banqueting formats, while

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If you were in any doubt about whether hotel refurbishments can have a short- and long-term positive impact on the hotel's revenue, profits and asset value, this well-written piece by Laurel A. Keller and John Burke of Hotel & Leisure Advisors helps crystallise the high levels of gains that can be made. Even replacing key items of furniture in the bedrooms a...

October 31, 2016

But you may be surprised to hear that hotels have a few up their sleeves, too - created by interior designers and architects. They are used to make guests feel comfortable and secure, to make them linger in some places and not others, talk loudly in some areas and quietly elsewhere, to make sure they get a good night's rest and to make spaces feel bigger tha...

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Replacing hotel bedroom case goods and joinery is a significant part of the cost of a room refurbishment.  Once the design is completed, decisions need to be made on what to make the furniture out of.

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