Kansas City Airport Marriott unveils redesign by Paradigm Design Group

Houston-based hospitality interior design firm Paradigm Design Group has unveiled a new full redesign of the Kansas City Airport Marriott.

For the redesign, the property incorporated clients’ input. Playing with the existing bones of the building and highlighting Kansas City’s love for mid-century design, ceilings were raised, walls were removed, windows were added, and the main stairwell was opened to allow guests to see from the hotel’s main entrance all the way through the building and to the lake beyond.

While sticking to a generally neutral color scheme throughout the hotel, Paradigm Design Group incorporated pops of blue, paying homage to the city’s favorite team, the Kansas City Royals and subtly nodding to the state bird, the Eastern Bluebird.

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Photo credit: Paradigm Design Group

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