The Krause Sawyer team is excited to announce our participation in BDNY 2019. Krause Sawyer co-founder, Tracey Sawyer, will be joining the "Natural Nuances: How to Design for Health-Led Restaurants" NEWH Panel on Sunday, November 10th at 11am.
We are pleased to unveil the inspiration behind the first phase of a wide-scoping renovation project – the new guestrooms at the New York Marriott Downtown. The New York Marriott Downtown is surrounded by the history, the future, and moments in time, continuously evolv...
The Krause Sawyer team is pleased to see co-founder, Tracey Sawyer, featured in Forbes. Tracey shares unique design expertise from Krause Sawyer in the recent article, "Five Cues to Take from Lifestyle Hotels When Designing Your Workspace".
We were excited to see our design of the Canopy Atlanta Midtown featured in Surface Magazine as a project spotlight titled "In Midtown Atlanta, The Canopy by Hilton Hotels Channels Art to Soothe Weary Travelers."
At Krause Sawyer, we draw constant inspiration from the local elements that define the environment in which a project is set. We've listed our top design details inspired by local elements from Canopy by Hilton and Marriott projects from across the country.
In the design context, the definition of “luxury” can take on an endless, ever-changing form. However, an unwavering constant within tasteful design is visible consideration for the natural surroundings in which a design lives.
Settled in the early 1680s, Society Hill is one of the oldest residential neighborhoods in Philadelphia, and the entire United States. The neighborhood was named from the Free Society of Traders, a group of elite merchants, landowners and associates of founder William...