Viceroy Hotel Group recently announced the opening of Hotel Zena, a bold new cultural hub celebrating female empowerment through provocative art, design, and exciting and relevant programming. Dawson Design Associates created an atmosphere of strength and femininity within the 191-room hotel, which features elegant guestrooms and suites, a vibrant cocktail-led lobby lounge, 14th-floor rooftop pool and adjacent private event space.
Hamilton Hotel, Suffrage Suite
1001 14th St NW | Washington, D.C. 20005
Hamilton Hotel Washington, D.C. partnered with the Freedom Forum’s Newseum to design a signature suite honoring the 100th anniversary of the ratification of the 19th Amendment, which extended the right to vote to women nationwide in August 1920. The themed “Suffrage Suite” celebrates the centennial with images of historic newspapers, photographs, and stories of changemakers from past and present. Weston, Connecticut-based design firm Terri Jannes Interiors took inspiration from the fashion and colors associated with the suffragists: purple, yellow and white to represent loyalty, hope and purity. The suite features scallops, peacocks, fur and embroidery to represent the clothing worn by suffragists as well as sunflowers, the official flower of the suffrage movement.
607 14th St NW | Washington, D.C. 20005
HYL Architecture recently signed a lease to move its offices to the newly repositioned Westory building, in which the firm will occupy approximately 6,000 square feet on the second floor. HYL is creating a “destination office” that will be a model for the post-COVID work environment. The office will incorporate numerous features for health and wellness, including a designated quiet group workspace with biophilia. In addition, HYL will be implementing an upgrade in technology, to include enhanced presentation capabilities and a Virtual Reality Lab. The firm is expected to move in the fall of 2021.
550 School Street SW | Washington, D.C. 20024
citizenM Washington D.C. Capitol will be the Dutch lifestyle and hotel company’s fifth U.S. hotel and the fourth East Coast location, including two in New York and one in Boston. The new vibrantly styled, tech-savvy hotel ascends 12 floors and has 252 guestrooms, seven societyM meeting rooms and a cloudM rooftop bar with an exterior terrace—all designed by concrete Amsterdam and furnished by Vitra.
800 Maine Ave SW #650 | Washington, D.C. 20024
For the design of the new offices for Anybill, a leading tech provider of tax payment services, DMG Interiors carried the philosophy of the brand into the design through architectural elements, including glass walls, a green living wall and custom lighting elements. The 9,000-square-foot office, located in the Wharf district, accommodates an open space plan with 55 height-adjustable working stations and nine private offices.