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The Interlude

Revit, Enscape, Photoshop


The objective of this project is to develop an understanding of hospitality design through the interior design of a resort comprised of four individual tiny guest lodging units and a central common building. The common building must include guest check in, management office, a retail space, food/beverage service, an equipment rental area, storage space and one common gathering space.


The Interlude’s brand and concept is centered around the principles of ecological design, and emphasizes the connection between the built and the natural environment. Through the use of sustainable natural materials and by celebrating local amenities, The Interlude will encourage guests to participate in nature and to carry a more environmentally conscious attitude back home.


Located Saugerties, NY along Platekill Creek, The Interlude serves as the perfect getaway from urban life, breaking ground for new seeds of green hospitality and exceptional service. Guests can enjoy a light and tasty meal at Respite Bistro with its variety of healthy dishes prepared from locally grown produce. The retail space is a farmer’s market showcasing local produce, meats, and other artisanal goods from the Catskills region. Guests can also rent bikes and kayaks here to enjoy the great outdoors.

Guests can retire to their tiny-house cabins that feature a nature-inspired design with soothing light fabrics, fresh colors, warm natural wood and plantscaping. These planet-friendly rooms offer a cozy, chic, and green alternative to mainstream hotels and a unique experience every time.

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