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Hotel Design

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Successfully managing costs, realising what clients want, and grasping current trends in hotel architecture

Wednesday 11th February 2009
Sofitel St James, London SW1 4AN


AJ conferences brings you Hotel Design ’09 with the aim to give you what you want – detail, innovation and in-depth case studies.

Attend to:

  • Focus on design issues which specifically affect hotel design

  • Find out how to create beautiful, intelligent hotel buildings without breaking the bank

  • Discover how to get hotel design work overseas, and understand regional variations in guest expectations of hotels

  • Improve the environmental sustainability of your hotel designs

  • Be prepared for the next big thing in hotel design – get the future forecast for the industry at Hotel Design ‘09

The hotel construction sector is booming. Are you benefiting from it?

Overseas markets are continuing to grow. The leisure industry is quickly adapting to the changing market conditions, so there is plenty of hotel design work available for innovative architects with new creative ideas. Are you up for the hotel design challenge?

Speakers include:

Case Study: Opportunities in hotel design overseas

Simon Ford,Head of Design Engineering,IHG
Designing for the booming Budget Hotel sector

James Dilley,Associate Director,JESTICO + WHILES
Overcoming the specific challenges of hotel refurbishment

Rod Taylor,Head of Hospitality & Tourism,EUROPE ARAB BANK
Debate: form vs. function? Insight into the priorities of stakeholders in the design process

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