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Hotel Intel: 1 Hotel Central Park, New York City
It is almost impossible to escape the urban jungle that is Manhattan. The best you’ll do is getting lost in Central Park’s Ramble. And even then, you still end up with skyscrapers towering over you as soon as you re-emerge from the “woods.” When you’ve tried and failed to find New York City’s nature, there’s a hotel waiting for you just a few blocks from the famed man-made park, where you might have more success.
When building the 1 Hotel Central Park, nature was a priority, but not just because it looks cool. “1 is more than a hotel—it’s a philosophy and a platform for change,” Barry Sternlicht CEO and chairman of 1 Hotels says of his brand.
Colchester firm part of $1.5 billion project
Colchester — The green wall builder AgroSci has gone to new heights with its latest project at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Hollywood in Florida.
The Hollywood, Fla., project features 41 green walls, along with dozens of plant installations that were part of a $1.5 billion addition to the hotel, which opened just last year. Included in the addition to the world’s first guitar-shaped hotel are 36 plant installations totaling 30 feet tall each, as well as an 80-foot-long green wall along the exterior and a 50-foot-long wall inside the spa.
Water World: An off-the-wall irrigation installation
Landscape Management – March 10, 2020
Tropical plants abound at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Hollywood in Hollywood, Fla. The hotel features 17 varieties of subcanopy tropical plants in the green walls, which are watered by two systems of irrigation, ensuring the plants receive the proper amounts of moisture.
Massive Green Walls, Multiple Plantings Installed at Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Hollywood
Featured Project: Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Hollywood Greenwalls and Plant Installations
GreenRoofs.com May 12, 2020
Designed by Rockwell Group for guests “to relax and recharge like rock royalty,” the first-ever, guitar-shaped Guitar Hotel is an iconic engineering masterpiece rising 450 feet into the sky. Design elements tie in the relationships between nature and the guest experience, in addition to providing softer visual backgrounds and reducing noise bounce in large spaces. A series of stunning interior and exterior greenwalls complement the expansion.