Hyatt Hotel

Product

SLID

Project details

Architect

Nobutaka Ashihara

Location

New York

Photographer

Bjorg Magnea

Project type

KLEIN easily responds by offering many options
A lot of attention is given to guest rooms and other environments of the hotel.
But why not impress visiting guests while they attend general functions in conference environments?
The use of sliding frameless glass or wood panels around conference areas will certainly make your design statement. As a matter of fact, most meeting environments face a typical design challenge… how do we more fully open a conference space for ease of entry/exit? KLEIN addresses it by offering many options including telescopic, synchronized or bi-parting systems for a maximized and clear passageway, free of any floortrack.

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