Innvision Design renovates Adam’s Mark Buffalo

Interior design and procurement services provider Innvision Design redesigned Adam’s Mark Buffalo, the last remaining Adam's Mark property in the U.S.

All the 486 guestrooms and common areas were completely redesigned as part of the renovation project. The new design features an urban nautical motif that utilizes actual canvas sails in the common areas to fill the atrium and lobby areas with the combination of space and light.

The first phase of renovation includes transformation of the guestrooms, including both visual and operational elements, such as bed linens, window coverings and updated guest technology. The property has also renovated three floors to appeal to business and upscale leisure travelers.

Most visible changes have taken place in the hotel’s public spaces, which include the entire front atrium, registration and lobby areas, as well as the lounge and restaurant. Colors reminiscent of nautical flags are used for the lounge area seating, and tall sails used in the open atrium in the lobby space.

Glass-encased model sailboats separate the dining areas and custom lighting changes colours to reflect the overall mood of the space. Innvision has also reused some of the original materials in the new design, including a golden oak trim.

The Adam’s Mark Buffalo also features a convention center, which will be covered in the next phase of renovation. The meeting spaces will also be updated to bring the design in line with the rest of the property.

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