Interior Design & Landscape

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Contact us at the Consulting WP office nearest to you or submit a business inquiry online.

Thank you AMS and Mr. Khan for your services to complete our renovation of 476 rooms on time and within our budget.

Rosemount Group
Owner, Hyatt Hotel Knoxville, Ten. USA

How does AHG Interior Design depart increase your revenue?

From guest rooms and lobbies with a ‘residential’ feel to restaurants with F&B elements, plus conference centers and office areas, fitness centers, spas and pools, and even exterior terraces, there is a lot to cover.

AHG designer know what to avoid

While certain areas may seem to parallel residential design, the needs of a hotel are far different.

The unfortunate reality is hotel guests abuse every element of a property, and it takes experience to know the pitfalls. Our designers are experts at the following:

Considering staff needs. A straightforward design makes it easier to deliver impeccable service. Your designer should ensure all areas are accessible enough so any cleaning can be accomplished without difficulty.

Understanding regional concerns. Beachfront resorts have different needs than downtown city hotels, and your designer should know how the local environment may impact design selections. From saltwater air corroding plated metal parts to suntan lotion staining upholstery fabrics, a hospitality designer should specify products that work for your location requirements.

Anticipating guest desires. Modern hotel guests travel with multiple devices, so knowing how to incorporate power outlets is more critical than ever. Are your outlets visible? Can guests charge more than one item? These are just a few examples of questions your designer should consider when designing for the guest experience.

An experienced hospitality designer will make your hotel accessible for guests and staff alike.

These days, working with an experienced hotel designer is a must when designing or redesigning a property. In addition to the highly technical knowledge and approach a good hotel designer brings, an understanding the architecture and individual needs of each room, including exactly how FF&E products will function and fit in the space.

When walking from indoors to out, there should be continuity. It should be in some way similar in character to what’s happening indoors.

As landscape architects, much of our landscape design process involves defining use areas –or- outdoor rooms. We map out paths that lead the eye (and the body) through a series of transitions to different kinds of places in the outdoor environments we create. We carefully consider how various outdoor spaces interact with each other and how they relate to the hotel. We frame views to and from the hotel.

When walking from indoors to out, there should be continuity. It should be in some way similar in character to what’s happening indoors.

As landscape architects, much of our landscape design process involves defining use areas –or- outdoor rooms. We map out paths that lead the eye (and the body) through a series of transitions to different kinds of places in the outdoor environments we create. We carefully consider how various outdoor spaces interact with each other and how they relate to the hotel. We frame views to and from the hotel.

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