interior architecture & design
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Page designers understand the urban lifestyle and have been designing award-winning multi-family residential and hospitality projects across the United States and globally for over a decade. The firm offers a comprehensive depth of services from initial project planning to the final details of the resident/guest experience and our range of capabilities is unique in both talent and breadth. New construction projects include luxury houses, high-rise residential, mid-rise mixed use/multi family, restaurants, resorts, and hotels. Page recognizes that concepts initiated in hospitality design have become an influencer across multiple market sectors and integrates these ideas and strategies to create positive user experiences across all components of our multi-family/mixed use projects. The role of the interior is an important contributor to the overall perception and success of lifestyle projects. Interior spaces set a tone and mood that can support the brand, image, amenities and enhance every interaction. We focus attention to the details and commitment to place specific design that makes every project unique and memorable.
Larry Speck, FAIA Larry is equally well known for his diverse portfolio of award-winning architecture as well as his distinguished career as an inspiring educator. As a prolific author and influential critic, Larry has also contributed significantly to the development of ideas that have broadened the general public’s understanding of the impact buildings have on their communities and the way they live, work and play. Larry and Wendy have collaborated on thoughtfully integrated architecture and interiors for almost 20 years and both delight in the interplay between the inside and outside of their buildings. Wendy Dunnam Tita, AIA Wendy’s success as an architect and designer derives from a process rooted in listening. She seeks inspiration in the core of the client’s needs and project goals. Designs are built upon creative, elegant solutions that explore and expand opportunities for brand identity, individual interaction and seamless function. Wendy pays special attention to creating authentic experiences that add to the architectural whole. Building upon the foundations of interior architecture, her other areas of expertise include custom furniture design, curated art collections, and integrated art commissions that blur the lines between art and architecture. A recent issue of Texas Architect Magazine highlighted her noteworthy collaborations with Austin’s finest artisans and craftsman. Kate Dibble As a specialist in furniture, art and accessories, Kate plays an important role in the development of the details and final/installed execution of Housing and Hospitality projects. Collaborations with team members ensure that the schedules and logistics for the finish and fit out of amenities spaces and model areas are seamless and integrated. Kate’s skills include budget development and management of strategic dealer and fabricator relationships. Her projects have focused on multi-family, hospitality, and corporate developments.
Public Spaces Entry The moment of arrival can be grand or intimate and should ideally combine a bit of both. Important in either instance is a lasting first impression. The entry should resonate and make a connection between the visitor and the space that lets them absorb, observe, and appreciate the environment around them.
right Lobby entry below Custom furnishings
above/left entry lobbies
Connections The spaces in-between here and there provide connections between people and places and can often provide some of the best surprises in a space. Through visual cues and thoughtful planning, these linkages can orient visitors with light, art, and architecture and connect them with the larger context of the interior environment.
above entry lobby and corridor left conference center hallway/connection
right stairway connection to conference space below soft seating bridge
Meeting Today, we increasingly discuss the need for variety in the options clients have for conferencing. Ever-present are the options that technology affords for virtual interactions and telepresence. However, these are also often supported by both large and intimate in-person meeting spaces that have a sense of place.
left meeting space below meeting space/executive dining room
Social Hospitality can be created on the scale of a bustling dining room or at the scale of an intimate conversation. The best projects find the right level for each of the interactions they want to foster and encourage. The best architecture and interiors set the stage and act as supporting characters for the activity within.
right outdoor gathering space
right / below Discovery Green ‘The Grove’ restaurant
Dwelling Spaces Gathering The best gathering spaces feel intimate and interesting. They greet us warmly as a gracious host and invite us to linger over food or cocktails. In a home the â€œhearthâ€? may shift over the course of the day and activities. The entertaining and social spaces of a home should have ease and composition that resonates with the tone of the Owner.
right living room
right dining room above living room
above living room right kitchen / bar
right kitchen right entry
Living Whether in a private home or a high-end hotel, the bedroom and connecting spaces are a haven. Care and attention is made to imbue them personality, and composure. The details are at an intimate scale and must be personal and conscientious.
above and right master bedrooms
above/right master and guest baths
above master bath right custom furnishings
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