At the time of the recent reconstruction, the building on 7th and Elm was unused and was in much need of a makeover. The scope of the interior renovation was an adaptive reuse of the space, with the opportunity to use original materials in the space combined with modern textures and patterns resulting in a modern classic vibe. The selected furnishings throughout the space invite a distinguishable and welcoming experience to guests exploring the downtown Cincinnati. With visitor experience at the center and the focus bringing the home to the hotel, we designed flexible spaces or rooms for individual relaxation, communal conversations, and professional collaboration, allowing the guest to make the space what they need. With the application of warm lighting, layers of texture and use of local Cincinnati art, it allows for each stay to become a more personal and valuable experience. With little interference to the buildings historical structure, we constructed a built in pool in the basement to highlight the significance of the rich architectural history the building presents. Offering playful pops of color and design throughout the new public space and guestrooms, our objective was to produce a unique simultaneous feeling of new and familiarity to every visiting guest.
Interior Architecture- Large Scale (>5,000 sf)