The remodeling of this ocean-facing lounge, a longtime guest favorite, was part of a larger, long-term revamp of one of the Big Island's classic resorts. The formerly dark space was opened up to beach views. Crisp modern lines were given warmth with copper-colored accents and selections from the hotel's large collection of Asian antiques.
Located in the heart of Silicon Valley and steps from Google’s Mountain View campus, 1 Hotel Sunnyvale is the brand’s first West Coast outpost. This project, developed by Starwood Capital Group in partnership with SB Architects, will feature 332 guest rooms, more than 10,000 square feet of food and beverage space, a 9,000 square foot spa and fitness center and 19,000 square feet of meeting space.
Location: Sunnyvale, California
Architect: SB Architects
Silver Oak Cellars has been making Cabernet Sauvignon for over 35 years in Napa Valley. After a 2006 fire, the complex was rebuilt with the goal of freshening up the look while maintaining a connection to the winery's rich heritage. The new 68,000 SF facility includes hospitality, administration, production and utility buildings. Lighting was designed to enhance the timeless feel of the architecture while capturing the industrial nature of a working winery. The result is a warm, flexible and elegant lighting system designed to carry the winery through the next 50 years.
Location: Oakville, California
Design Team: Taylor Lombardo Architects
Photography: Jody Pritchard, Simon Peck
Fogo De Chao is a unique, upscale Brazilian steakhouse located in the center of the SoMa district in San Francisco. The restaurant features a contemporary design where lighting plays an integral role in complementing the architectural aesthetics by highlighting the materials and showcasing featured design elements. LED was used throughout to provide a layering of light, adding dimensionality and warmth to the intimate space.
This new Joie de Vivre hotel in downtown New Orleans transforms a landmark seventeen-story midrise building that is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. New life was injected into the property that includes 184 guest rooms, a lobby restaurant and rooftop bar.
The Shooting Star clubhouse sits amid a 1,300 acre golf club and resort surrounded by mountains and waterways. Our team was commissioned to light the lodge's public spaces, including lobby, lounges, and spa. Throughout, lighting was designed to complement the warm rustic feeling of the setting, with its wood beams and walls and use of stone and other natural materials.
DUO restaurant at the Four Seasons Resort Maui aims to bring paradise to life for its guests with a sophisticated setting and menu. The lighting plan we developed called for concealing fixtures in a tropical design, adhering to Hawaii's stringent energy codes, and providing durable equipment that withstands high salt and humidity at this waterfront space. The dimming preset control system operates under four scenes: cleaning, daytime, evening and late night, simplifying use, saving energy and increasing halogen lamp life.
Location: Wailea, Hawaii
Interior Designer: BraytonHughes Design Studios
Photography: Jody Pritchard
2008 GE Edison Award of Merit
2008 Illumination Award of Merit, IESNA
This 623-room property is the largest of Hilton's Garden Inn category. After undergoing a major $115 million redevelopment, every finish and surface was transformed, creating a stylish new hotel featuring modern and convenient appointments.
Location: Honolulu, Hawaii
Design Team: Pacific Asia Design Group
This remodel and expansion of an existing hotel/casino resulted in the revival of one of the largest properties in Macau, the world's busiest gambling destination. Our firm oversaw the lighting of all public spaces including casino floors, lobbies, restaurants, corridors, and entrances.
Design Team: WATG Architects and Interiors
This landmark Julia Morgan-designed building in downtown Honolulu, the first concrete building in the Pacific, has been brought up-to-date with new systems. Our firm had to work with un-modifiable architectural elements and local climate conditions, while remaining respectful of the historic decor. New, custom decorative fixtures were designed to harmonize with the old. A new conference center that allows for events big and small was added and required flexibility on the part of the lighting design.