The iconic Hyatt Regency Atlanta recently completed a total property renovation. Stonehill & Taylor was responsible for the architecture and interior design for the property’s 735 guestrooms, specialty suites, and executive lounge in the Atrium Tower. The design concept is a contemporary take on 1960’s American design icons Florence Knoll and John Portman, the original designer of the atrium-style hotel. Strong linear elements highlight the iconic atrium and are mirrored in the lighting at the elevator lobbies which look out over the central space. Glowing rectilinear elements combine with square aperture downlights to create a harmonious look. Additional architectural elements are lit from within drawing attention to the linear forms in both ceiling planes and wall details.