This hotel school design is a prismatic example of professional interior design as it relates to the study of hospitality. Featuring brightly colored rooms in all hues and for all uses, the William Angliss International Hotel School in Melbourne, Australia is a multi-story facility that incorporates several different types of teaching spaces in which the hospitality curriculum comes together.
The furniture for the William Angliss International Hotel School was designed by Edwards Moore in collaboration with Ross Didier, while Moore collaborated with Jonathan Ben-Tovim in order to create the unique experience of the lighting. Among the teaching spaces on the three-level facility include dedicated areas for group studying and meetings, while there is also a communal space and a number of themed hotel suites.
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The William Angliss International Hotel School is Located in Melbourne
- By: Rebecca ByersMar 16, 2016