Published June 1997
by Rockport Pub .
Written in English
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Hospitality and leisure architecture of Wimberly Allison Tong & Goo. Rockport, Mass.: Rockport Publishers, © Independent to this day, we are a global multi-disciplinary design firm specializing in Strategy, Master Planning, Architecture, Landscape and Wimberly Interiors. We are a team of creative, world-traveling professionals designing landmark urban and leisure destinations with . As the leader in the design of hospitality, leisure, urban and resorts destinations, WATG creates places and spaces around the world that are innovative and inspirational. Our fun and collaborative work environment is focused on individual development, collaboration, teamwork and opportunity. Inspired by the human experience, Architecture is your vision – your story – articulated in sculptural form. Above all else, it’s our clients’ vision that inspires our designs. Informed by our rich history in hospitality and deep understanding of the needs of developers, operators and guests, we design all project types with purpose.
Leading architects Wimberly Allison Tong and Goo (WATG) are creating an environment that demonstrates the country’s fascinating multicultural history. Over the course of the last half century, Wimberly Allison Tong & Goo (WATG) has become the world’s leading design consultant for the hospitality, leisure and entertainment industries. Wimberly Allison Tong & Goo is recognized as the world’s number one architecture, design, planning, and consulting firm specializing in hospitality, leisure, and entertainment. Since its founding in , WATG has designed destinations in countries and territories from its offices in Honolulu, Newport Beach, Seattle, Orlando, London and. In the official history of the firm, The Hospitality & Leisure Architecture of Wimberly Allison Tong & Goo (), of which Mazeppa was a contributing author, it said, "If words were buildings, Mazeppa King Costa would be a prominent architect. She has built many, many stories in the course of her productive and illustrious career writing for. In the study, WATG identified ways in which architecture and design have been found to enhance well-being. For example, the development of buildings—especially hotels—that make occupants both healthier and happier is growing significantly. Sensory management is a key component of wellness design, with consideration given to the careful control of light (for example, circadian lighting, to.
As hospitality designers, creating and implementing innovative solutions that enhance the guest experience and drive long-term value for our clients is what has fueled us for 75 years. With the great travel bounceback already underway, we talk with Anthony Mallows, WATG CEO and President, about the hospitality trends that were already emerging. Ronald O Van Pelt is a director and partner of Wimberly Allison Tong & Goo Inc, architects and planners. The combination of hospitality, leisure and entertainment is not just limited to the. In , Wimberly Allison Tong & Goo celebrated a milestone that few architecture firms ever reach: Its 60th year in business. Over those years, it had grown from a small Honolulu firm designing hotels in Hawaii to a global six-office practice engaged in a broad spectrum of hospitality projects, from spas to theme parks to convention centers. Wimberly Allison Tong & Goo is recognized as one of the leading architecture, design, planning and consulting firms specializing in hospitality, leisure and entertainment. The company provides it services to a variety of organizations, including hotels and resorts; leisure organizations, including spas and wellness centers, retail/restaurants.