Baskervill completes work on Kimpton's Lorien Hotel

RICHMOND, Va. (February 11, 2009) – Baskervill recently completed work on Kimpton's newest five-star boutique hotel in Alexandria, Va., which is scheduled to open February 12, 2009.  As architect of record, Baskervill performed all of the interior architecture and room fits, collaborating with world-class designer Vincente Wolf.  The Lorien features 107 luxurious guest rooms, a full-service spa and three culinary facilities.  

"We enjoyed bringing together the edgy interior design work of Vicente Wolf within the historic context of Old Town Alexandria," says Robert Tierney, AIA, associate within Baskervill's hospitality group.

The Kimpton Lorien is the latest five-star rated hospitality project recently completed by Baskervill.  They also updated the guest rooms and public spaces for The Equinox Resort & Spa.  Their award-winning hospitality portfolio includes hotels for Sheraton, Marriott and Doubletree – among others.  Well-known in the industry for their attention to detail and creative touches, Baskervill is a leading contender in hospitality design worldwide and recently ranked #19 on Interior Design magazine's Top 100 Giants for Hospitality Design.

Baskervill, an award-winning full-service architectural, engineering and interior design firm, delivers world-class services to a diverse client base that ranges from hospitality, corporate, healthcare, retail, financial and industrial institutions to Fortune 500 companies.  Founded in 1897 and headquartered in Richmond, Virginia, Baskervill offers a rich history of ingenuity, integrity and technical expertise that has made them a premiere service provider in the Mid-Atlantic and across the country.  To learn more about Baskervill or to see a project portfolio, visit www.baskervill.com.
 

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