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    大 连 理 工 大 学 本 科 外 文 翻 译商业室内设计Commercial Interior Design学 部(院): 建筑与艺术学院 专 业: 艺术设计(环境艺术设计) 学 生 姓 名: 李晨 学 号: 201257022 指 导 教 师: 都伟 完 成 日 期: 2016 年 03 月 25 日 大连理工大学Dalian University of Technol商 业 室 内 设 计1I try to do it all…“You can only take technology so far before it starts getting silly. Hotels need to be simple, friendly, human scale and comfortable”CID INTERIOR DESIGNER OF THE YEAR, MALIHA NISHAT, TALKS ABOUT BALANCING THE FAMILY AND WORK SHE LOVES AND WHY DESIGNERS SHOULD NEVER TRY TO BE TRENDY WITH THEIR DESIGNSThe role of a designer is not to take the safe or predictable option. It is imperative to sometimes challenge and redefine a project,to explore possibilities and open our minds. For Maliha Nishat, associate design director at DWP and CID Interior Designer of the Year Award winner, this approach sums up her professional career. Today, after 15 years in the interior design industry and still with the same passion for design,Nishat proves some women can ,in fact, do it all.After abandoning her childish dream to become a pilot and obtaining her degree in Interior Architecture at The American University in Dubai in 2000,Nishat soon relocated to Melbourne and very quickly grew to specialise in food and beverage outlet design. She worked for HBA in 商 业 室 内 设 计2Australia and Hong Kong where she built up a diverse portfolio of work in hospitality design. From there, she moved back to Dubai where her passion for design is matched by her current leadership role at DWP. The Doubletree by Hilton at Bay Square,The W hotel residences and the luxurious One Zabeel Residences are just some of the projects Nishat has been Recently working on-during her office hours and late at night when she puts her two-year-old son Zayden to bed.That is the time, says she when inspiration usually knocks on her door.“Let’s put modesty aside for just a second. I really enjoy when people say,‘I don’t know how she does it’…so I literally do try to do it all. I love the feeling of accomplishment on a daily basis. I do not compromise on time with my son, but I do spend a lot of time working and I enjoy it. I never felt I had too much on my plate. The day I do, I will slow down, but for now it’s exhilarating.Being a mom,being a designer and being good at what you do is a blessing,”explains Nishat.Her parents are both talented artists,who also encouraged her to chase her passion for design. As she remembers,from a very young age, her artwork was always on display.“I love creating and displaying so design felt like a natural path. When I moved to Melbourne, HBA had just opened its office and I was the second person on the payroll. At the time,HBA Melbourne had a boutique Fyou can always take design cues from local culture, and you can always be innovative.EXPERIENCEAnother storyline, like nature, that writes itself if you’re lucky enough to have it. American lodges are particularly good at this, telling stories of the skiing, golfing or family fun experiences guests will enjoy. Hotels with Michelin-standard restaurants also do this well, as do Las Vegas Casinos such as Bellagio and Cosmopolitan.Example: Ginzan Hot Spring Fujiyan Inn, JapanCULTUREThere are two types of cultural stories. The first is recorded culture such as music or art – we particularly like La Colombe d’Or in Provence, France, which has photos of Picasso dining there alongside original paintings that he left behind in lieu of his bill. The second type is cleverer, embedding local cultural references in the hotel design. We love the 25-hours Hotel Hafen City in Hamburg, which takes its design cues from the city’s maritime heritage.Example: Park Hyatt Siem Reap, Cambodia商 业 室 内 设 计8COOL CROWDNothing attracts a crowd like a crowd. Jake’s Treasure Beach in Jamaica does this brilliantly ,digging up its place in the hip, young reggae scene, but the narrative doesn’t only work for trendy youngsters. The ITC Maura in New Delhi goes after an older demographic by styling itself as the preferred residence for world leaders and global icons such as Bill Clinton.Example: The Sanderson, LondonINNOVATIONSo many hotels are telling the story of“reinventing”the hotel experience ,through technology or by reimaging what people want from a hotel. We particularly like the YOTEL NYC. Simon Woodroffe, founder of the Yo! Sushi food chain, had his Eureka! the moment when He sat in a British Airways first class cabin and realized that you can have luxury in a small, confined space.(More disclosure: We’re working with Yodel on bringing this brand to Dubai).Examples: W Hotel NYC, Citizen M AmsterdamDesign challenges in hotel projectsFROM THE ALTERNATIVES TO LUXURY HOTELS TO THE IMPORTANCE OF THE MOCK-UP ROOMS, INTERIOR DESIGNERS, ARCHITECTS AND CONTRACTORS DEBATED THE FUTURE OF DESIGN IN THE FIELD OF HOSPITALITYAlong with the third edition of Vision conference, the Hotel Show Dubai introduced this year the Design Theatre, a series of talks and discussions hosted by architects and interior designers. Industry professionals, as well as hotel operators and contractors shared their latest insights and the key issues surrounding their work. Among the topics of the discussion were La Colombe d’Or, France商 业 室 内 设 计9managing variations during the design stage and challenges to get to the execution phase, alternatives to luxury and high-end accommodation, green initiatives, 3D printing and hotels as part of a wider community.During a panel discussion titled 'Delivering on the design for hotel projects ,industry experts agreed that hotel mock-up rooms are important to ensure the final product meets expectations, adding that cutting on mock-up room costs is a detriment.MMAC Design Associates design director Anil Mandala explained that two mock-up rooms are generally built, one from a design point of view and one.That is done on-site by the contractor as a quality controlled mock-up room. Mandala said: “You’re going to go ahead and build a hotel that’s a 100 keys, 200 keys, or 300 keys. You want to know that your most typical room functions from every point of view. You want the client and operator to be happy and you have to check these things before you go too far in the process. We invite the operator and client to come on board who will point out key points of design. Updates and revisions are done to the second mock-up room.”Tare Adriana, general manager of Bond Interiors agreed and added that from a contractor's point of view the mock-up is something to showcase quality:“Surprisingly you find clients negotiating the mock-up room. One of the challenges is clients saying this is too expensive, but it’so what is specified. This is where project management comes in. We had everything in theroom, even the robe, vases, scents, ironing board… Everything was there as if you’re walking into a hotel room. It’s giving the client the full picture of entering a hotel room, and this is where it has to be perfectly done and should not be compromised.”Deepak Tailor, principal at Design Confidence explained that when it comes toHealth and safety, a mock-up room is also significant from an operator point of view.“The operator will come in and check every single item, that’so why it’s so important to put everything in them. If you’re going to build 300 rooms, the last thing you want to do is change 300.It’s very costly. It’s cheaper to change one room and get it right.”Commenting on the challenges when delivering projects, Tailor added that the biggest one is to manage variations.He said:“One thing I’vet found throughout 12 years here, clients like to Change things as they go along. That is a challenge. Not only to maintain timelines but to incorporate the variations as have they gone along? And the challenge for the contractor is to get paid for the variations as they go along. One of the challenges is procurement – when it doesn’t happen correctly.”
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