Wednesday, April 15, 2009

Watermark - 300 Level

Hospitality Spaces
Like all Interior Architecture, hotel design invites the Interior Architect to challenge human perception, to effectively engage and manifest four-dimensional perception-based objectives relating to time, space, memory, ritual, the five senses (see, feel, smell, hear, taste), emotion, imagination, human perception, identity, symbolism, narrative, cultural reference, etc.

Meaningful hotel interiors are capable of taking on these challenges, as well as engaging strong theoretical positions on hotel-related social/cultural issues such as migration and ‘otherness’; the home away from home; the residential vs. corporate; the international vs. domestic; the exotic vs. familiar; the modular vs. non-modular.

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