Hotel Sustainability and Environmentally Friendly Designs
Staying with the movement towards sustainability and eco-friendly practices, Yeddalin brings the latest green hotel openings, innovative practices, and sustainable trends to its readers. Hospitality sustainability and restaurant sustainability gradually has grown more common over the years, with many major companies integrating green practices into their hotels. Keep up with the sustainable movement with Yeddalin.
The number of sustainable hotel openings and changes show how important the hospitality industry finds sustainable design. LEED certification is a growing for sustainable hotels and restaurants, such as the JW Marriott Seoul and the Pier South Resort in San Diego. Practices like solar energy, recycling efforts, and EV charging stations not only encourage hotel sustainability but support a growing popularity of green practices among guests. HD covers where hotel sustainability is going, from dramatic changes like Walt Disney Resort’s use of an organics-to-energy facility to company-wide efforts like Hilton Worldwide’s soap recycling movement.
Trends and News in Commercial Design Sustainability
HD also stays at the forefront of restaurant sustainability, where restaurants and designers are collaborating for eco-friendly designs that match farm-to-table menus. With the growing popularity of the farm-to-table movement, restaurateurs look for designs that match their sustainable philosophy. Reclaimed wood, salvaged products, and sustainable methods of construction all play a part in restaurant sustainability today. By taking materials from demolished buildings, like in Dylan Prime by CMS Architecture and Design, and following the trend of integrating old and new, like in Izakaya Den by CMS Architecture and Design, designers and restaurateurs can cater to this growing trend. Hotel and restaurant sustainability is on the rise, and HD magazine covers the best in how to stay up to date with the changing landscape of green practice.