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The Scott Offers Travelers an “Accidental Vacation” Experience

An Accidental Vacation Gallery

07.02.2018
By Kadie Yale

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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