Hew­ing Hotel

The Hewing Hotel Int 0024 Ps

The Jackson Building, a 93,000 square foot vacant brick and timber warehouse built in 1897, was re-purposed into a luxury boutique hotel and full service restaurant. Now refined with modern amenities, the hotel’s design was inspired by its former use as a farm implement showroom.

Schuler Shook designed a lighting scheme to enhance the exposed structure and accentuate the interior architecture and furnishings. The open lobby invites guest to enjoy the space and feel comfortable in a contemporary environment with warm light and pockets of contrasting illumination. The pool deck is a great gathering area day and night, providing rooftop views and a compelling atmosphere.

Careful consideration was given to comply with historic building requirements. The lighting design integrated with the building conversion to create an enhanced and inviting experience.

Location

Minneapolis, MN

Architect

ESG

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