Housing / Hospitality
Housing / Hospitality
Housing / Hospitality Interiors
Housing / Hospitality Facts and Figures
Creating community in high- and mid-rise residential, mixed-use and multifamily projects, including condominiums, building repositioning and substantial renovations.
Celebrating the guest and traveler through memorable restaurants, resorts and hotels.
Managing complexity from start to finish through services integration, unique talent and breadth.
Over 20 million square feet of multihousing experience in the past two decades.
5 projects in five countries around the world: Costa Rica, Ghana, India, UAE, USA.
50 multihousing projects over the past twenty years.
The average square footage of a Page multihousing project is 429,000.
Page Project Wins Best Hotel Award
Our client Kempinski Hotels S.A. prides themselves on a high standard for their portfolio of luxury hotels. Page designed their Kempinski Hotel Gold Coast City in Accra, Ghana, which opened in late 2015 and just won "Best Hotel in West Africa" from the Bafalon Awards Committee of Experts in partnership with Africa Travel Quarterly.Read More More / Hospitality
What's Hot In Multifamily Building and Design
What do you get when you have an architect who specializes in interiors with an award-winning project portfolio spanning the US and lives in one of the hottest residential markets in the US? An expert in trends in multifamily building and design. Page Principal Wendy Dunnam Tita, AIA, LEED AP, told the Austin Apartment Association (AAA) why current trends are being driven by age demographics.Read More More / Hospitality
Branding & Architecture
Last week at the 77th annual Texas Society of Architects Convention, Page Principal Herman Dyal, FAIA, spoke about branding and architecture. His lecture detailed why branding has become so important for companies and proposed that it could also be added to Vitruvis’ tenets of architecture. His examples of fully integrated branding and architecture ranged from icon institutions such as the Guggenheim to Stefan Sagmeister’s identity for the Rem Koolhaas-designed Casa da Musica. Dyal then focused on his work at The Harry Ransom Center (HRC) at The University of Texas at Austin as an illustration of the potential for an integrated process and result.Read More More / Hospitality
What's In An Address?
What’s in an address? It can actually alter a potential tenant’s perception of quality, whether in a building itself or in its immediate environment. One of Page's areas of specialty is repositioning existing assets to improve their value. Realty News Report has picked up on the changes to more prestigious addresses on two Page projects in downtown Houston.Read More More / Mixed Use
Torcasso Residence Reveals its "Subtle Layers" in Texas Architect Magazine
"Once Rick and Cynthia Torcasso found this property and made the commitment to move from Dallas to Santa Fe, they went scouting for an architect who shared their interest in fitting a house into the dominant landscape. Conversations with Larry Speck, FAIA, principal at Page (formerly PageSoutherlandPage), convinced them that they had found a kindred soul. The ensuing design and construction process is a saga of high collaboration between owner, designers, craftsmen, and artist driven by the goal of producing a refined dwelling that both blends with its setting and allows its inhabitants to fully experience the ever-changing panorama of sky, mountain, and desert around it." Read MoreMore / Housing