An oasis in the desert has just completed the first phase of its redesign. The Scott—a mission-inspired hotel in Old Town Scottsdale, Arizona—reopened last year after significant reconceptualization.
Looking towards The Scott’s history as well as the southwest aesthetic, design firm AvroKO approached the project as a modern incarnation of 1930s Havana, the geometric simplicity of the Bauhaus, Mission Revival architecture, and the minimalist beauty of the Arizona desert.
Featuring hand-crafted Spanish tile, an eye-catching use of nature with a large tree growing in the center of the open-air lobby, and rattan and wicker furniture, AvroKO wanted to create a hotel for business travelers that would act as a get-away or “accidental vacation.”
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