Hospitality architecture is a type of architecture that we find is rapidly becoming an integral part of most all the architecture that we do. Hospitality design for hotels, restaurants and coffee shops has always been paramount but we see it many other architecture projects too – especially in today’s more worldy culture. For instance, when you walk into a medical facility, when you walk into a veterinary clinic, when you walk into an office building, those all are also now “hospitality-designed” to create a more human space. This warm design is one of the major influences that Starbucks, and other “hospitality-oriented” cafes have used to become a “social-place” in our society. Traditionally, we’ve had separate places where we “work” and “live.” But recently we’ve added this “third-place” or social place, like a comfortable coffee shop, where it is so comfortable and hospitality-oriented that we enjoy spending our time there.
As a trend, today’s society is leaning towards being more ‘experienced-oriented’ and, with that, experiencing hospitable places on a constant basis has conditioned us to expect that feeling often and at all the places we visit. Noticing this trend when we take on projects, especially ones that we believe would help our clients by being more socially oriented, Tremmel Design Group designs to create places that are memorable and enjoyable for more frequent and better uses. Often, this can be as simple as better lighting and colors. We strive for buildings that provide feelings that always make you smile and remember the place. This type of architecture (and really this type of social communication) tends to give our buildings a better value and experience on how we enjoy them and see them.