FRCH Design is an interior design firm that blends its broad service offering of master planning, urban design, architecture, interior design, brand identity and environmental graphic design. With a portfolio of 250 awards for design excellence, FRCH Design completed projects for clients in more than 30 countries. Today, Inspirations and Ideas bring you the 10 trendy hotel interior design by FRCH Design you must know.
1. Homewood Suites Hilton Louisville Downtown- Louisville, USA
Nestled in the heart of the ‘Derby City’, Homewood Suites by Hilton Louisville Downtown needed to offer the flexibility and amenities extended-stay guests and families required in a downtown setting, while still finding opportunities to celebrate the region’s heritage and culture.
The hotel interior design blends the influences of Louisville’s southern hospitality with natural elements, creating a light and airy atmosphere with an upscale living room experience, including an elevated patio space. With an interior design rich in colour and warmth, the hotel serves as an inspiring getaway that becomes a home away from home.
2. Hyatt Centric- Arlington, USA
The hotel interior design quietly focused on the abstract idea of service to others – better connecting the Hyatt Centric hotel more directly to its neighbourhood, the brand’s mission and customers in a more meaningful way, using fresh modern details with nods to traditional craftsmanship. The renovation’s scope required that the interior design firm keep the architectural bones of the existing hotel, so FRCH Design added a design layer seamlessly on top of the existing architecture. The result is an informal, friendly and inviting guest experience that gets visitors to look at Arlington, Virginia and Washington DC in a new way.
3. The Renaissance Cincinnati Downtown Hotel- Cincinnati, USA
The Renaissance Cincinnati is located within the historic Bartlett Building in downtown Cincinnati. Designed by Daniel Burnham as the headquarters for Union Trust Bank it was once Cincinnati’s tallest building. FRCH Design was careful to pay homage to the historical nature of the former Bartlett Building while offering new and sophisticated experiences for its hotel guests.
FRCH Design restores the building’s historic ballroom and lobbies. A new modern glass canopy was added at the 4th Street entry that illuminates the original building storefront while complementing but not copying the original building architecture. In the end, the completed Renaissance Hotel has 323 guestrooms, 10,000 SF of meeting space, a full-service restaurant and bar along with required back of house functions.
4. Hyatt Regency Denver Tech Center- Denver, USA
The Registration Desk Pods were seen as Geodes found in the landscape that were cut and left with polished bronze finishes on the desktop and ceiling. The renovated monumental stair uses a frosted mirror as its cladding to capture the Denver sunlight and reflect it onto the registration level. The restaurant hotel interior design joins together the three-meal-a-day restaurant with the bar, Root 25, to allow greater flexibility between the individual F&B venues.
The restaurant also features a teardrop-shaped Private Dining Room that anchors the composition. Layered sheer drapes soften the hard architecture of the existing atrium. The overall result is a warm and inviting public space that reinvigorates the entire interior design and is a bright reflection of the vibrant Denver area.
5. Hyatt Regency Wichita- Kansas, USA
Starting in 2006 FRCH has worked with the Hyatt Regency Wichita to complete a series of ongoing renovations to update the 1989 hotel. Each renovation updates the aesthetic of the traditional hotel interior design by using a modern design language that evolves over time.
The new interior design of the lobby needed to incorporate the existing vaulted ceilings while at the same time creating a new contemporary feel. A new series of Registration Pods with a richly veined white stone was installed in the east end of the lobby. The Prefunction Corridor and Ballrooms were renovated next with the goal of creating a bit of contrast between the cool materiality of the lobby and the warm and richly textured Prefunction Corridor.
6. Hyatt Regency – Louisville, USA
The lobby needed to express Louisville’s heritage, applying for the work from local artists and companies to give the space an original personality. FRCH Design created the lobby to resemble a downtown loft, using furniture, finishes and artwork that eliminates the traditional “corporate” feel of a hotel, replacing it with a calm and casual environment.
Local glassblowers crafted a stained-glass backdrop for the check-in area, with backlighting brightens the space, adding an elegant touch. Spilling over from Sway Restaurant, polished wood framing and richly appointed furnishings create a tranquil atmosphere, where relaxation is the highest priority. This lobby was featured in the Fall 2012 issue of Hospitality Style, recognized for its innovation and creative touches.
7. Monte Carlo Resort and Casino- Las Vegas, USA
In January 2008, The Monte Carlo Resort and Casino tower caught fire, which destroyed a significant portion of the 32nd floor of the building. FRCH Design was hired as a lead architectural designer/program manager for the hotel interior design restoration.
In all, FRCH Design created over 30 different suites, which included interior design solutions ranging from two room bays to five room bays. Every suite has its own colour scheme to ensure that each guest feels uniquely indulged. For the Monte Carlo Resort and Casino, the comfort and accommodation for their High Rollers were paramount, and it now shows in every luxurious detail.
8. Grande Dunes Marriott- South Carolina- USA
To cater to an increasingly affluent visitor and growing demand for conference facilities, the 409 room, 15 story Marriott provides a host of guest amenities. The oceanfront hotel features a gracious spa, restaurant and veranda lounge, ballroom, meeting rooms, and a resort pool with a sunken bar. The hotel interior design recalls the welcoming ambience of a seaside plantation while integrating fresh new colours, casual but elegant details and all of the amenities expected by the successful business and leisure traveller.
9. Westin Saint Maarten- St-Martin, Caribbean
The resort was designed to have an easy flow and grace in all of its detailing that was reminiscent of a contemporary version of an old island estate home. The Porte Cochere features a Stainless Steel Pergola that over time will be filled with beautiful Bougainvillea flowers creating a stunning entry experience for arriving guests. The hotel features 311 Guestrooms, 99 3 Bedroom Condominiums, 2 Restaurants with outdoor poolside dining, casino, a full-service spa, a retail corridor, 10,00sf meeting space, resort pool, cabanas, in water pool bar and other amenities.
10. Embassy Suites- Denver, USA
The Embassy Suites in Denver was already under construction when FRCH Design was brought in to adapt and complete the hotel interior design. The interior design firm needed to work furiously to develop a LEED Certified interior design that appealed to Conventioneers and families on vacation. A landscape influenced colour palate that includes birch trees as well as abstracted and over-scaled leaf patterns, reinforces the idea that you are in a city – yet close in proximity to nature.
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