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Adaptive Reuse Saves Embodied Carbon at Repositioned 20 Mass

Our integrated design team excels in complex adaptive reuse projects. The process of redesigning a building to support a new function utilizes our structural engineers, our systems experts, our architects and more. Our teams’ deep knowledge allows them to tackle even the most complex projects. These adaptive reuse projects create far less embodied carbon compared to demolishing and constructing a new building.

Forbes Travel Guide Picks Two LEO A DALY Projects for 2024 Lists

Two hotels with major LEO A DALY design work have been ranked highly by Forbes Travel Guide

The Aurora Anguilla Resort & Golf Club has been awarded a five-star designation from Forbes Travel Guide for the second year in a row. In 2021 LEO A DALY designed renovations within the spa, multiple villas across the property, the lobby boutiques, featured restaurant, beach bar, a rooftop venue, the golf clubhouse and event space, and the reef tower and yacht club.

Forbes noted: “The 8,800 square-foot spa sits in a two-story villa that provides views of the water from its 13 indoor and three outdoor treatment rooms.”

“The architecture throughout the property combines the use of various geometric lines and upscale organic décor, such as furniture carved from driftwood.”

Earlier this year, the Ritz-Carlton Las Colinas outside of Dallas was designated as one of Forbes Travel Guide’s 30 Most Anticipated Hotel Openings Of 2024. LEO A DALY along with Jeffrey Beers International led the design team for the $55 million renovation. The Ritz Carlton celebrated its grand opening in January.

“Our team of top-notch architects, interior designers and others create customized luxury spaces that delight hotel guests across the world,” said Mark Pratt, AIA, vice president and global hospitality practice leader. “Congratulations to these industry-leading hotels and to our teams that contributed to them.”