Wednesday, May 7, 2014, by Sean McCaughan That traditional rendering of the Hilton West Palm Beach, a building with eves and towers, is as dead as the Dodo. The Related Group project, in the context of West Palm Beach’s pretty traditional Mediterranean Revival architecture. The architects Nichols Brosch Wurst Wolfe sent over two renderings of the much, more modern design. The building is one tower broken up into two sections, with a big, metal ‘hat rim’ type thing on top. [Renderings via NBWW] via West Palm’s New Convention Center Hotel Will Be… Modern – Rendering reveals – Curbed Miami.