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Hospitality Design


Hospitality Design and More - The Universal Design Concept

Shelley SiegelShelley Siegel, FASID
Available CEUs: 0.2 Basic
Designation: Health/Safety (HS)
Subject Index: Design Specialties: Hospitality (4.3)

Examine the guidelines for planning universally designed (accessible) hotels, motels, resorts, restaurants, conference centers, recreational facilities, and senior living residences. Filled with solutions to common cost/benefit analysis and important accessibility guidelines as mandated by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), practicing professionals will gain invaluable information on existing and potential barriers as well as how to evaluate new projects. Outline Overview of User Types and Design Considerations Criteria for Public Spaces and Circulation Accessible Guestrooms and Residential Spaces Restaurants and Lounges Meeting and Conference Facilities Recreational Spaces Costs and Benefits.

 


Hospitality Design Goes Green

Bernadette UptonBernadette V. Upton, ASID, LEED AP
Available CEUs: 0.2 Basic
Designation: Health/Safety (HS)
Subject Index: Interior Design: Sustainable and/or Environmental Design (2.12)

Hospitality is the area of design that incorporates the "durability" of commercial with the "feel at home" of residential. It can include not just hotels, lodging and restaurants, but assisted living and children's centers as well. This program addresses sustainable issues pertaining to interiors while penetrating the health issues of air and environmental quality. Furniture, furnishings and materials will be reviewed for green hospitality application. The program will also impart valuable case studies from the Florida Green Lodging Assessor, Green Hotelier and the LEED ratings system.