Peabody Hotel (Hyatt Regency)

#NBWW50 – #tbt – Design throwback: PEABODY HOTEL ORLANDO

For NBWW’s 50th anniversary we are looking at great blasts from the past for our Thursday-Throw-Backs! This week we are taking a look the… PEABODY HOTEL (now Hyatt Regency Orlando) Orlando, Florida Convention Headquarters Hotel 900 Guestrooms/Suites 104,000 sf...
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Iris VR’s stand at Tech+. (Courtesy AN)

What went on at the inaugural Tech+ expo in New York? – Archpaper.com

By Jason Sayer “If you took GPS out of people’s phones now, they would die.” That was the bold claim Google’s Aaron Luber made at the inaugural Tech+ expo today. Hyperbole? Maybe, but Luber made the point of how dependent we are on technology to navigate the built environment....
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Sean Davis Aerial of Memphis, Tenn.

Defining Desirable Cities and Neighborhoods Through Regulations | Architect Magazine

Local zoning laws and strategic plans that promote transit-oriented development and pedestrian-friendly downtowns are helping to shape great cities. By Ian Spula Great power to effect change in cities resides within local development codes. The era of the single-use factory, the...
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Miami’s 11 ultimate hotel pools: Summer 2017. Two from NBWW architecture!

The summer escape by Josh Baumgard We still may be a few weeks out from the official start of summer but Miami residents wouldn’t know it from the weather, with highs already flirting with the 90s and our sticky overwhelming humidity in full force. Air conditioning is a...
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Courtesy Haworth

Architects’ Choice: Commercial Seating | Architect Magazine

These four seating options provide support for everyday tasks and comfort for lounging. By Selin Ashaboglu Four industry professionals recommend commercial seating products they have specified in their own projects, as well as use themselves. Fern Task Chair, Haworth Application:...
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Award-Winning Architecture Firm, Nichols Brosch Wurst Wolfe & Associates, Inc. (NBWW), Celebrates its 50th Anniversary — PROFILE Miami

May 18, 2017 in Hotels, News Nichols Brosch Wurst Wolfe & Associates, Inc. (NBWW), an award-winning, renowned architecture firm that has played a key role in the design and restoration of many of Miami’s most iconic and legendary properties, will celebrate its 50th...
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Source: Elisa Rolle (commons.wikimedia.org) Leslie (Albert Anis, 1937), Ocean Drive, Miami Beach Art Deco District

Miami shows how conservation can be combined with change | Opinion | Architects Journal

By Paul Finch The mantra ‘complementary but not a copy’ is a useful guide to interventions affecting architectural heritage, says Paul Finch The Miami Design Preservation League does excellent tours of the South Beach Art Deco district. Our guide on a recent visit was Joel...
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Check out the new data-driven software that could change the way developers and architects work. (Courtesy Envelope)

Check out the new data-driven software that could change the way developers and architects work

By The Editors Asking what our built environment will look like in the future is a vague and more-or-less impossible question to answer. However, speculating on what cities will look like in the next ten years is a game many in the real estate industry play. Furthermore,...
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Fontainebleau Resort & Residences

NBWW designed 3 of the 4 Top Hotels Ranked by Number of guest rooms

Locally Researched by: Gilberto Medina for the South Florida Business Journal – the following is a list of the top hotels ranked by number of rooms. Architectural firm, NBWW designed 3 of the top 4 and has several other hotels on the complete list of 26 hotels. 1...
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American Federation of Government Employees (AFGE)

Congress’ Spending Bill Gives the Environment a Break for Now | Architect Magazine

Architects looking to voice support for energy efficiency and research programs should speak up before Sept. 30, when the fiscal year ends. By Chris Bentley Architects worried about deep cuts to environmental programs under the Trump administration got a temporary reprieve last...
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