Resort Design: Planning, Architecture, and Interiors

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McGraw Hill Professional, 2000 - Architecture - 324 pages
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All-inclusive guide to designing vacation retreats Hospitality building is today∆s fastest-growing construction category. Resort Design: Planning, Architecture and Interiors, by international expert Margaret Huffadine, gives you a foundation for working successfully on a wide range of resort projects, casino-based, spa, sport, beach, ecotourism, urban and theme resorts anywhere in the world. This from-the-ground-up guide takes you from feasibility studies through planning,financing, and design stages. Renderings and photographs of architectural and interior design details of public areas and guest rooms at renowned resorts richly illustrate profit-determining concepts. You get critical front-of-house and back-of-house operational details for restaurants and bars...security...housekeeping...structural, mechanical, and electricalrequirements...executive and administrative offices...staff working conditions and accommodations...and much, much more, details guaranteed to help your projects go smoothly and cost less.

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Contents

Environment and Planning
37
Architecture and Interior Design
99
Operations
199
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Margaret Huffadine (Seattle, WA) is a recognized international authority in resort hotel design. She holds degrees in industrial design, architecture, and project management. She has 25 years of experience, most recently with her firm Margaret Huffadine and Partners. Her practice specializes in hotel and resort design and development with an emphasis on South East Asia.