Michelle Meredith & Associates refreshes DoubleTree Love Field with biophilic design

With elements to evoke European luxury, the redesign is said to promote community with operational workspaces and technology.

Michelle Meredith & Associates renovated DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Dallas – Love Field, the latest property to join the Hilton brand in Texas.

Evoking European luxury, the redesign is designed to promote community with operational workspaces and technology.

Biophilic motifs were included in the redesign. Fur downs were eliminated to provide clean walls and ceilings. Meanwhile, stepped gyp boards and column projects are visible throughout the interior.


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Overcoming Challenges

Discovery work presented challenges in the renovation as some areas were concrete and had to remain in place. The team was able to work around this by concealing these concrete structures within a column or having the upper section of the column projection more shallow than below.

A white marble wall was discovered at the basement level during the demolition. The wall would have added a unique design feature if it had been used in the public areas, but it had been demolished above the basement level, making incorporation unattainable.

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