Curtis Hotel Lobby
With an understanding of the Curtis Hotel’s unique brand and ‘Stay Happy’ nostalgic mantra, the firm renovated the space with a goal to excite guests through references of typical Coloradan pastimes. Our design sets the tone for the Curtis Hotel by featuring a happy camper at its front door. The happy camper takes hotel guests back to the 70’s and 80’s – immediately sparking the notion that a fun-filled journey is ahead.
With its fully immersive design, a unique experience is created throughout the lobby with naturistic materials, vibrant colors, and both vintage and modern design elements suggestive of each Colorado season.
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