AXIS/GFA Architecture + Design Awards

 

 

THE HAMPTON INN & SUITES BY HILTON SANTA MONICA, AN AXIS/GFA PROJECT WITH STUDIO HBA AND GWYNNE PUGH URBAN STUDIOS, WINS A 2017 BOUTIQUE DESIGN MAGAZINE GOLD KEY AWARD

December, 2017

 

Los Angeles hotel architects AXIS/GFA Architecture + Design's Hampton Inn & Suites Santa Monica, a 2018 Gold Key Award winner.Recognized as one of the premier interior design competitions in the hospitality industry, the annual Gold Key Awards by Boutique Design Magazine recognizes some of the most influential and innovative hotel interior design work. 2017’s competition saw AXIS/GFA’s Hampton Inn & Suites by Hilton Santa Monica project win the Gold Key Award for Best Hotel Budget/Focused Service. As executive architects on the project, and led by our Los Angeles studio, AXIS/GFA joins interior designers Studio HBA, design architect Gwynne Pugh Urban Studios, and OTO Development in congratulating everyone involved in the project.

 

 

 

HOST HOTELS & RESORTS AWARDS AND NOMINATES TWO AXIS/GFA DESIGNED HOTELS FOR PROJECT OF THE YEAR

November, 2017

 

San Francisco hotel architects Axiom hotel hospitality design project.Earlier in November 2017, AXIS/GFA Principal Architect Rory Carroll attended the Host Hotels & Resorts AGM and Stakeholder Engagement Meeting in McLean, Virginia. At the event, AXIS/GFA’s Axiom Hotel project won Host Hotels & Resorts Renovation Transformation of the Year award. The project required the transformation of the original 2-star hotel’s 155 guest rooms into a four star lifestyle boutique hotel serving both business and leisure travelers. The LEED Silver certified and award-winning hotel in the heart of downtown San Francisco boasts interior design by New York firm Stonehill Taylor. Project management by JLL.

 

 

 

San Francisco hotel architects AXIS/GFA Architecture + Design Hyatt Regency SFO hotel renovation atriumNo less of an accomplishment, AXIS/GFA’s Hyatt Regency SFO project was nominated for a Host Hotels & Resorts Project of the Year award. AXIS/GFA thanks and acknowledges EDG and HBA for their amazing interior design expertise on this massive 790 guest room/120,000 square foot public space hotel renovation project.  Project management once again by JLL.

For more information on Host Hotels & Resorts and their portfolio of projects and properties, visit www.hosthotels.com. For the original press release announcing the completion of The Axiom Hotel, visit our News area at http://axisonline.net/press-release/axis-architecture-design-celebrates-the-completion-of-san-franciscos-axiom-hotel-renovation-project/.

 

 

 

BEST CUSTOM PROJECT AWARD AT MARRIOTT CONNECT 2017 CONFERENCE

June, 2017

 

Los Angeles architect studio AXIS/GFA Architecture + Design wins the Marriott Hotels Marriott Connect award for Best Hotel Design.As part of the 2017 Marriott Connect Conference program, Marriott awarded a number of awards for operational excellence and innovation in design. Included among the award winners was T2 Development, winning the award for Best Custom Project for their Marriott Residence Inn at Anaheim Resort, a nine story 294 room extended stay hotel project designed by AXIS/GFA Architecture + Design. Not shy of embracing their reputation for thinking outside of the box, Marriott’s “trophy” for T2 Development and the AXIS/GFA design was a massive four square foot Lego scale model of the Marriott Residence Inn at Anaheim.

 

 

 

2015 Architecture at Zero

October, 2015

 

AXIS/GFA Architecture + Design's submission for the Architecture At Zero's Zero Net Energy Design Competition.Judged by a distinguished panel of architecture, engineering, and design experts, and selected ahead of 30 other professional and student designs, The American Institute of Architecture, California Council, and PG&E announced late last week (October 23, 2015) AXIS/GFA Architecture + Design as the Professional Category Citation Award Winner at the fifth annual Architecture at Zero, Zero Net Energy Building Design Competition. AXIS was awarded the distinction for their design, “Alveo.”

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