Rowland+Broughton Architecture to redesign Hyatt Regency Denver's event space

Hyatt Hotels Corporation selected Rowland+Broughton Architecture (R+B) as interior design for the renovation of the Hyatt Regency Denver at Colorado Convention Center.

In line with the property’s 1,100 renovated guestrooms, the 60,600 square feet of event space will see a contemporary new look in its 35 meeting rooms and pre-function areas, which include the 30,000-square-foot Centennial ballroom and 14,000-square-foot Capitol ballroom.

Local geography will inspire the overall aesthetic, with an emphasis on the nearby Rocky Mountains through layers of texture and natural earth tones. Flexible furnishing layouts in the meeting rooms will enable various configurations to suit both collaborative and individual work. Modular furniture, benches, seating pods and moveable acoustic screens will highlight the pre-function space.

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Rowland+Broughton Architecture and Urban Design is a Colorado-based architecture firm with studio offices in Aspen and Denver, Colo. The firm provides residential, commercial, hospitality, interiors and urban design services. 

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