How an Experiment Led to Game-Changing Workflows
Throwing caution, deadlines and heightened expectations to the wind, WATG and Wimberly Interiors recently held its first-ever parametric design Hackathon.
A ‘Can-Do’ Attitude: WATG Irvine Tackles its Fourth Canstruction
11,500 cans, forty people, six months of planning, eight hours labor and more: our learnings from the 2019 twelfth annual Canstruction.
The Quick Six with Josh Held
Wimberly Interiors’ incoming Director of Entertainment talks all things design, destinations and careers in our new interview series.
Trends and Topics for the Year Ahead (2019)
WATG’s report, ‘Trends and Topics for the Year Ahead (2019)’ shares the top trends in the hospitality and travel sectors, that will be shaping the year ahead.
New Luxury Hotels: A New Set of Priorities
Pioneering ‘New Luxury’ hotel brands and the experiential economy are evolving luxury hotel design, says new research by WATG
Working Nine to Thrive: The Evolution of Workspace
This document examines how office design has been influenced by the hospitality industry and how the evolution of the work environment is now driving hotels to innovate.
WATG AND WIMBERLY INTERIORS CELEBRATED IN TRAVEL+LEISURE’S ‘WORLD’S BEST 2018’ AWARDS
The results are in and we are thrilled to announce that WATG and Wimberly Interiors have had a 11 hotels and resorts recognised in Travel+Leisure’s highly anticipated ‘World’s Best 2018’ Awards.
DESIGNING BUILDINGS MAY BE THEIR DAY JOB, BUT IT SEEMS, BAKING IS A PIECE OF CAKE TOO
Designing buildings may be their day job, but it seems, baking is a piece of cake too.