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Hyatt Lost Pines Resort p r o j e c t  Hyatt Designed by HKS Hill Glazier Studio, the 405-acre Lost Pines Resort, Bastrop c l i e n t  Woodbine a r c h i t e c t  HKS Hyatt Regency Lost Pines Resort and Spa is located in Development Corporation Bastrop within a unique environment of four co-existing Hill Glazier Studio d e s i g n t e a m   John Hill, AIA; Robert Glazier, AIA; Douglas Atmore, eco-systems found nowhere else in Texas. Placed at a AIA; Sze Chong, AIA; Derek Knowles bend in the Colorado River, the 491-guestroom resort is c o n t r a c t o r  Lyda surrounded by a forest of native pecan and pine trees and Swinerton Builders Associates (interior); TBG Partners incorporates elements of local historic architecture. The (landscape); Brockette/Davis/Drake (structural); Pape-Dawson main building is a series of low-scale wings designed to Engineers (civil); Abrams & Tananka Associates (food service); look like separate buildings built over time. The design Blum Consulting Engineers (MEP) features wood-sided, wrap-around porches with sky-blue c o n s u l t a n t s   Vivian/Nichols 4 3 3 2 1 painted ceilings, shingled roofs, and traditional stone r e s o u r c e s unit pavers : Belgard; pool : Unique Pools; concrete materi- walls. Multi-paned, floor-to-ceiling windows allow views als : Greenstreak Plastic Products, Tremco; metal decking : Epicore; of nature from every angle. Sited on a hillside, the golf architectural woodwork : Trex, James Hardie Building Products; vapor clubhouse and event pavilion overlook a meadow and the barrier : Stego Industries, Reef Industries, Fortifiber Corp.; shingles : spa. The design invokes simple barns found throughout CertainTeed; partitions : roof tiles : Monier Lifetile; Hufcor windows : Pella; operable the region and is emphasized by the clubhouse’s two- 8 5 5 8 6 4 pitch roof slope. The ballrooms and meeting rooms are 7 housed in an area of the resort that features a glazedin porch, tin roof, and distinctive parapet design. The spa is a separate building with a contemporary feel, conveyed through the use of line and varied roof forms. The resort includes 57 suites, 62,000 square feet of meeting space, two ballrooms, a fine-dining restaurant, and several other restaurants and bars. Additional hotel amenities include a golf course, water park, and a horseback-riding center. N o e l l e 72 t e x a s a r c h i t e c t First floor plan 1 Main Entry 2 South Lobby 3 restaurant and Bar 4 Guest Rooms 5 Ballroom 6 Banquet Kitchen 7 Loading Dock 8 meeting Rooms H e i n z e 3 / 4 2 0 0 9

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