Paradigm Design Group designs Seattle Marriott Redmond

Houston-based interior design firm Paradigm Design Group unveiled its designs for the Seattle Redmond Marriott.

Construction is slated to begin in Q1 of this year and should be completed by late Q3 or Q4.

Responsible for the interior design/renovation of the hotel’s public spaces, including the MClub, lobby, great room and bar, as well as selecting new finishes for the pre-function/meeting space, Paradigm Design Group approached this project with the goal to integrating the hotel’s culture and surroundings into the overall design. To achieve a modern, North West interior, Paradigm Design Group implemented clean lines, light wood, and modern lighting. The design also subtly gives a nod to the Wild Salmon that are plentiful in the adjacent rivers, as well as the parks and forests in the area.

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Since the new property is located near the Microsoft Main Campus, Paradigm Design Group was inspired to bring technology into the hotel’s design. The firm will implement a high-tech component to the Seattle Redmond Marriott, introducing modern Tech Pod chairs and various communal tables suitable for guest interaction, both social and work-related.

Photo credit: Paradigm Design Group

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