The best hotels are more than just places to stay: They are testing grounds for new ideas in design, food, customer service and wellness. Our multi-disciplinary design team has worked with a broad range of clients on every type of hospitality environment around the world. This knowledge gives us a solid foundation upon which to help our clients offer seamless operations as well something memorable and unexpected to their guests.
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Hospitality Featured Projects
January 31, 2011
The Central Florida Chapter of the Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC) has honored two RTKL hospitality projects, Loews Miami Beach and the Loews St. Moritz tower, with the organization’s highest recognition for excellence in design and construction: the Eagle Award. As part of the Excellence in Construction Awards, the Eagle Award recognizes exceptional construction projects […]
September 26, 2013
In Chinese cities these days, you would be hard-pressed to find urban enclaves that express how people in China once lived. If you walk the streets, particularly in areas that developed quickly, you’ll find the cities as a whole are soulless. This is largely because our new districts or cities started with huge over-engineered roads […]
February 13, 2014
MIAMI—February 13, 2014— RTKL, the global architecture and urban design practice, continues to expand its footprint with the addition of Lauren Watson to the workplace business development team. Watson will focus on building client relationships and brand awareness for RTKL Miami’s workplace interiors group. She joins the current business development team, Jeanne Sundstrom Wood and […]
November 20, 2014
What happens when you put the collective brain power of 1,000 creative minds to work on the same problem, at the same time, all over the world?
November 14, 2014
A look at some of the highlights from RTKL’s event at the Venice Biennale as the event comes to a close
November 12, 2014
The Mediterranean Village at Ponce Circle, a mixed-use development spanning about 7 acres, will begin after approval by the City Commission in January. The project will feature a 324,000-SF Class A office building, a high-end hotel with 184 rooms, retail space, restaurants and three residential towers with 214 condo units and 15 townhouses.