The building embraces its hospitality roots and blends them with the rigors of an academic program. The inner atrium, lower plaza’s, upper balconies and roof top gardens provide students and faculty alike with opportunities for daily serendipitous’ encounters, places to study as groups or individually, to entertain or just relax (Carpenter Sellers Del Gatto Architects, 2019).
Providing a space with something for everyone is something a limited number of people can handle. However, the architects, engineers, craftsmen, and of course the client behind the new UNLV Hospitality Hall did a fantastic job in building this hall. It welcomes both faculty and students to a new and modern area where there is room for work, study, relaxing, social gatherings and so much more.
Thanks to the high ceilings, the wow-factor hits you as soon as you step foot inside. High ceilings and an open floor plan connecting to floor levels can cause some trouble with speech intelligibility since these types of open spaces often have long reverberation time. This usually calls for some type of acoustic solution.
In the case of this hospitality hall, is our stunningly installed Fellert Even Better Silk connecting the open floors and also integrated with different light fixtures.
Designed by Carpenter Sellers Del Gatto Architects. Installed by PCI – Las Vegas.