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Close up on Hospitality Hall

Close up on Hospitality Hall

Take a look at some of the materials that went into UNLV's newest building.

Campus News | Jan 23, 2018 | By Josh Hawkins
  • Steel facade

    Hospitality Hall's steel facade is designed to screen out up to 60 percent of sunlight coming into the lobby. (Josh Hawkins / UNLV Creative Servies)

  • wood grain closup

    The wood used for the lobby's high-top tables is walnut. (Josh Hawkins / UNLV Creative Servies)

  • glass closeup

    Natural materials inside the building were chosen to mimic what one might see in a boutique hotel. (Josh Hawkins / UNLV Creative Servies)

  • cables

    The guts of the building support high-tech infrastructure throughout the facility. (Josh Hawkins / UNLV Creative Servies)

  • inside oven

    Students will soon begin adding the patina of cooking to the fresh stainless steel in the test kitchen. (Josh Hawkins / UNLV Creative Servies)

  • staircase

    The grand staircase is made entirely of recycled wood. (Josh Hawkins / UNLV Creative Servies)

  • stone

    Natural wood, stone, and glass in Hospitality Hall were chosen to invite a tactile experience. (Josh Hawkins / UNLV Creative Servies)

  • light bulb

    Even the fixtures have a decorative element. (Josh Hawkins / UNLV Creative Servies)

  • grate

    By working in a boutique environment, the hope is that students will be better prepared to move into high-design hospitality spaces upon graduation. (Josh Hawkins / UNLV Creative Servies)

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