The New York-based firms collaborated on four Manhattan restaurant projects last year.
Goggin joins the company after 13 years with Tai Ping Carpets.
She will oversee the creative direction of the New York studio.
He will oversee the company’s ongoing brand expansion efforts.
Alexandra Bruemmer will lead expansion efforts.
Phillippi has been named design principal at the Dallas office.
The former NH Hotel Group CEO will succeed David Berg.
Marko will be honored later this month at the NEWH Leadership Conference in Denver.
Andrew Moore has been appointed president of the global firm.
Niki Ward will lead development and expansion efforts.
Keeja Browder, Wendi Donahue, Barry Kammerud, and Tyler Neill have each joined the Nashville-based firm.
Quinn will oversee brands including Comfort Inn and MainStay Suites.
Jorge Giannattsio will oversee daily brand operations.
He will remain CEO and a member of the board of directors through April.
Steven Upchurch will join Cindy Simpson in leading the team.
Pohl is the 2016 recipient of the American Hotel & Lodging Educational Institute’s Arthur Landstreet Award.
Cheney and Cooke previously served as director of operations and director of hospitality design, respectively.
Buffam will now oversee the expansion of the company’s North American portfolio as vice president of capital projects and facilities.
The firm also launches the Champalimaud Collection, its new furnishings and products portfolio.
Brett Hertzler is now director of architecture, while Oscar I. Garcia will serve as director of hospitality.
Associate publisher Karen Donaghy will assume Rouse’s former role.
Mark Kowalski and Jacqueline King join the firm’s London office.
Best-Santos leads the firm’s San Francisco office.
In addition to three designers, Frederick Robertus has joined the team as vice president of architecture and design.
Branko Potocnik and Kevin Lee will now serve as associate principals, and Lindsey Doren and Maria Clironomos as associates.
Gharbié will oversee expansion in the U.S. and Canada.
The firm has launched a residential arm and a specialty design studio.
Greg Iannacone will oversee hotel development, design, and construction.
WM Design Lab highlights the firm’s branding, product design, and art services.
Hubbard has been a senior project designer with the firm for more than a decade.
The branch’s team includes Paul Anstatt, Ramiro Forné, and Maren Striker.
BBH offices in Charlotte, Raleigh, and Pittsburgh will now operate under the the EwingCole banner.
Alan Feltoon has more than three decades of experience in the industry.
Rachel Fischbach and Towan Kim have been with the San Francisco studio since 2001.
Mazza joined the Dallas-based firm in 2006.
Kevin Rohani will oversee the development of the brand’s new projects.
Amanda Christianson will serve as studio leader and director of operations for the firm’s Aspen office.
Marc Dardenne will oversee operations across the company’s international portfolio.
She will lead the branch’s Workplace Practice Studio.
Karen Bowery will lead the independent hospitality design collective.
L’Italien will bring more than 25 years’ worth of expertise to the firm’s San Francisco office.
The former managing director for Houlihan Lokey will oversee corporate strategic and growth initiatives.
Thomas Corcoran, Jr. will be honored at the 2017 conference in Los Angeles.
As associate vice president, Kamal will focus on client relations and business development.
He is leaving his current role as CEO of Wilson Associates.
Nicole Poole first joined the firm as an architectural intern in 2005.
The EDSA principal has completed more 300 projects since joining the firm in 1989.
The former Four Seasons COO and global product president will oversee the growth of the company’s forthcoming hotel brand.
Morriah Mryszuk will lead a team of architects and designers from the firm’s Washington, DC offices.
The firm will assist in expanding the California company’s civil engineering services across North America.
Graham Kiy will lead operations in Greater China.
The new hires will serve in four separate U.S. regions.
Caniato will oversee brand development across each of the company’s subsidiaries.
Barry will serve as partner and executive creative director.
McDonough has been with the Chicago-based studio for ten years.
Hussain Kamal and Amy Jakubowski will serve in the firm’s Dallas and Los Angeles offices, respectively.
Leslie Schultz will lead the company’s full-service and luxury projects in Florida.
Ashley Stempler will oversee design efforts for current and forthcoming properties.
Chris Cahill will assist FRHI with the transition as the new CEO of luxury brands.
Jennifer Haney joins the New York office as a senior project designer.
Design director and principal Dylan Wills will lead the team in the new office.
Todd Wynne-Parry will oversee expansion efforts for the newly merged companies.
Neil Bartley will serve as director of the new offices.
Kang joined the company in 2013.
Josh Wyatt will oversee the expansion of the brand’s real estate operations.
Boyd Tasker will lead new brand and sales endeavors while expanding existing partnerships.
Marlene Liriano will lead the organization, emphasizing opportunity for younger designers and growth in Latin America.
The UltraGlas CEO was also recently honored by the Los Angeles Commission on the Status of Women with the Pioneer Woman Award.
Rodriguez has been with the New York firm since 2006.
Joyce Romanoff transitions to CEO as her son, Michael Gutwaks, assumes the role of president.
Lauren McGuier and Addy Williams are now senior associates.
John Cottrill and Matthew Brenner have been promoted, and George Fleck joins the company as senior vice president.
McKoy has served as the brand’s director of interior design since 2007.
Patricia Centeno, Tom Nelson, Zach Prowda, and Bradley Sugarman have each led large-scale projects in California.
Bobertz previously served at the Witkoff Group.
Caspall will oversee the creative development of domestic and global projects.
Shoemaker Rauen will be recognized for her industry leadership at a June luncheon in New York.
Patrick MacLeamy remains chairman as part of the company’s planned succession process.
Rohm will oversee global operations for the luxury brand.
Underwood has 30 years in the industry working for Edaw and Aecom.
The Michigan-based hospitality brand ships to more than 20 countries worldwide.
London-based Alex Andjel will oversee the brand’s European expansion efforts.
The Kadenwood Partners co-founder will assist the brand’s global growth efforts.
Peter Burgoyne’s past projects include the world’s largest mixed-use department store.
Robert Blaser, Matthew Ligas, and James Wisniewski were promoted.
Shelley Thomson was named project manager.
In his newly created role, Hsiang will strengthen the company’s development efforts.
The firm has added 8 new principals and 10 associate principals.
Michael Harper joins as senior project architect, and Michael L. Brown as brand and project manager.
Waugh will serve as director and senior project manager.
Kurt Peterson, Derek Keil, and Jan Pfeifer join the Aspen studio.
Marlene Liriano will serve as managing director.
Company co-founder Pres Kabacoff will become the chairman of the board.
Thorpe brings 30 years of experience in real estate development and construction.
The architect returns to G70 after 17 years at WATG.
The new hires bring a total of 40 years of experience to the firm.
Principal Jonathan Mallie will be at the helm.
The two new ships will be delivered in 2019 and 2020.
McGinnis will support the studio’s expansion throughout Asia Pacific.
Additions include Lars Fitter as managing director and Cynthia Gartner as senior project director.
Emmanuel Shamoun joins as a director of consulting, and Bonnie Boyer as senior project manager of procurement.
The move follows its merger with ForrestPerkins.
The merged firms will provide services for both restaurant and hotel design.
Will Young joins as senior project manager and Carrera Shea joins as interior designer
Mangas initially joined Starwood in 2014, responsible for the company’s global accounting, tax, treasury, strategic planning, corporate development, risk management, investor relations, and supply chain functions.
Zuber will oversee the brand’s strategic development while ensuring the operational success of its existing resorts, where he will focus on the guest experience.
Based in New York, Hutchison will head Cumming’s East Coast U.S. operations and worldwide hospitality sector.
Billings will assist with bolstering the company’s growing project and client portfolio throughout New York and the surrounding region.
Sorensen will be responsible for managing staff within the firm’s interiors department, overseeing project quality control, and supporting the growth and development of junior designers.
She will be responsible for scheduling, staffing, mentorship, and architectural services quality review as well as overseeing resource implementation.
Lombana has worked as a lifestyle interior designer for more than 13 years.
Founded by principals Stacy Elliston and Kellie Sirna in 2011, the studio specializes in the hospitality and leisure industries.
At L&A, associates are responsible for concept development, designing furnishings and fixtures, managing projects, and communicating with clients.
Nercessian will head creative strategy and art direction for key company brands.
Cohen will serve on Denihan’s executive committee, as well as lead the overall customer experience.
Angelier will primarily lead the strategic direction and operations of HPC, a global FF&E and OS&E purchasing firm.
Having worked with the company since 2013, Kuperberg will now be responsible for overseeing development efforts of Dream Hotels, Time Hotels, Night Hotels, Augustus Hotels and Resorts, and Unscripted Hotels.
With more than 17 years of experience, Moore brings a multifaceted perspective to the firm, having worked on a variety of global projects.
John H. Miller will serve as the company's new senior vice president of design and construction, while Eileen Madigan will be its vice president of creative.
Skaife will now be responsible for overseeing company-wide concept and design development for international and domestic projects.
Bianchi will be responsible for directing and managing the firm’s project portfolio, while Kaeshoefer will assist in seeing projects through to completion,
The global architecture and design firm promoted 10 employees to senior-level principal positions.
Danziger will lead the 14-hotel portfolio’s global operations, brand strategy, and growth.
Since the company’s inception, Chin has managed Engage’s daily operations and portfolio.
In 2010, Vaughn began working on Durkan’s national accounts team before transitioning as hospitality regional vice president for the Southeast in 2012.
T8 currently operates two locations in China.
As brand ambassadors, they will represent the company and work more closely with the firm’s five principals.
He will be responsible for working with the manufacturing company’s sales team and program partners to encourage profitable growth.
Pucher founded the company’s Bangkok office two years ago and has served clients in Thailand, Myanmar, Cambodia, Vietnam, Malaysia, Indonesia, and the Philippines.
To assume his new role by the end of the month, Vela will work alongside managing director Hussain Kamal.
McCaslin will head the hospitality management company’s private investment platform and collaborate on the formation of its asset management business.
Temples will be responsible for leading the company’s sales team to enhance its visibility in throughout North America.
In his new position, he will be responsible for managing the artistic vision and execution of visual communication for the design industry.
Bledsoe brings with her more than 25 years of hospitality experience, having most recently headed her own hospitality consulting and sales agency in Atlanta.
Jeffrey Davis and John Strauss have been appointed as international directors, while Ricardo Mader and Gilda Perez-Alvarado have been made managing directors.
He will be responsible for managing the company’s international growth plan and collective goals.
Hard Rock International Appoints Leong Wy Joon as Senior Vice President Hotel Development, Asia and IndiaJun 25, 2015
Leong will be responsible for securing new development opportunities, working with development partners, and brand growth in the regions.
Kevin Gildemeister was appointed as senior manager of business development for Gettys ONE and procurement out of the Chicago headquarters office; while Nicole Chan now serves as business development manager in the Hong Kong office.
Steinbeck was a founding partner of the Chicago-based Gettys Group and worked with the firm for more than 26 years.
A registered architect in Illinois and Colorado, Maurer has worked as a design principal, project architect-designer, and team leader for developer-driven hospitality projects for more than 25 years.
Swade will be responsible for all international Jumeirah Group hotel and commercial operations, managing the company’s development team, and further expanding the brand’s portfolio.
Interstate Hotels & Resorts Appoints Stephen K. Miller as Senior Vice President of Development and AcquisitionsJun 02, 2015
Miller previously served as senior vice president of development at Wyndham Hotels & Resorts and was responsible for growing their Tryp and Dream brand portfolios.
In addition to overseeing the company's legal, governance, and compliance efforts, Shapiro will be responsible for its environmental programs, charitable giving, and public affairs.
Sheldon currently serves as the company's global COO and will assume his new position next month.
Carol Way Cisco joins as senior interior designer in Aspen; Chelsea Lawrence joins as interior designer in Denver; Nicholas Massman joins as architectural designer in Aspen; and Timothy Owen joins as architectural designer in Aspen.
Szymanski will serve as interim CEO and will assume the duties of the principal executive officer for securities law reporting purposes.
Current CEO Philippe Bourguignon will remain with the company as its executive co-chairman of the board with Steve Case, the company's majority owner.
In addition to working with creative consultants, Mayer will be responsible for overseeing the brand’s vision and execution.
He will serve as its new vice president of acquisitions and development, responsible for growing the company’s portfolio.
Commune Hotels Names Todd Wynne-Parry Executive Vice President of Global Acquisitions and DevelopmentApr 20, 2015
He will be responsible for sourcing and securing management contracts and investment opportunities to ensure company growth on a global level.
Moore will be responsible for carpet sales at Masland Contract.
He will be responsible for the brand’s existing regional properties and aiding in development and expansion throughout the Caribbean and Latin America.
He will collaborate with president Jobst Blachy to achieve brand objectives.
She will be responsible for managing the firm’s global business development and leading its global sales and marketing teams.
In his new position, he will be responsible for maximizing opportunities for the entire sales organization under one leadership to optimize customer experience.
Biggar will lead the company into the next phase of its expansion and oversee the day-to day operations together with the revenue and financial growth of SIXTY Hotels.
Tony Mancini's 30 years of experience includes positions with Las Vegas Sands Corp., MGM Mirage Design Group, and Walt Disney Parks & Resorts.
Since the school’s formation in 2014, Cooney has served in multiple roles at the Institute and grown into one of the nation’s top interior design programs.
Hupe will be based in the London office.
Arcsine has hired new senior architect Jason Jones.
Meg Davis will be based in Chicago.
Pratt Institute’s Board of Trustees has named Adam D. Tihany as its newest member.
FOH named Alexia Rouquette as director of marketing.
OW Hospitality has appointed Dallas Chapman as its new vice president of sales for the Americas.
Kulcsar has been curating art for six years for art consulting firms in Atlanta.
Perkins has 35 years of collaborative global design and design management experience.
Casale will be responsible for heading up the custom design division.
JN+A and HVS Design Announce Executive Promotions
Group 70 International Hires Notable Architect Ma Ry Kim
Sant Singh Chatwal will remain in his role as the company's chairman
Herold partners with Kim Nawara to operate the firm
Louise Parr served most recently in a director role at Michael Fiebrich Design
Starwood Hotels executive will lead the master's in hospitality management program
Six staff members join the Cincinnati-based firm
Charlie Turner joins Chambers from Hickok Cole Architects and ForrestPerkins
Paula Azevedo will head up the new office there as principal
Molly Murphy serves as the director of the brand design studio in New York
The venture company aims to create a range of design-driven enterprises
Zimmer steps in as senior vice president of architecture, design, and construction
Shanahan takes over director of design
Craig Reid will report to current CEO and founder Mark Harmon
David Berg will lead and manage the company's global hotel business