Architecture and Interior Design by Cauhaus Design
Cauhaus design is an architecture/interior design firm specializing in hospitality projects. For over fifteen years we have been providing unique and exciting design solutions that meet the needs of our clients. Through personal, hands-on service by our partners, we create custom designs tailored to every project.Our portfolio includes a variety of commissions, including hospitality, residential, commercial office, institutional, museum exhibit, and product design.
Read Descriptions of our Work Below:
“Created for a new concept trade show, this Guestroom design combines Mid-Century modernism with Asian influences. Curve shaped millwork define different zones for sleeping, eating, lounging, television watching, meditating, and dressing, and create a room with a room. Natural finishes and figured textures provide the ultimate in warmth and comfort.”
“Our vignettefor the 3rd year of this groundbreaking event was a Guestroom for a film director. We tongue and cheekly named it the “Casting Couch” based on the stories of young starlets’ barter to get cast in movies. The room took on a life of its own. The attendees referred to it as a room for a gambler in Las Vegas. The classic movies got switched out for risque heavy beat music videos. The changing room on the side became the lap dance room. The mirror-light on the ceiling above the bed…well, it was the “it” place for selfies.”
“The converson of the historic De Witt Cinton Hotel into the Albany Renaissance bridges the city’s rich Dutch history and modernism of the Empire State Plaza. The building’s iconic millwork was left as it was found; not restored or enhanced. Modern elements were uniquely introduced into the traditional millwork paneled rooms. The “egg” polished chrome reception pods and modern elevator artwork reference the Plaza’s iconic “egg” theater and art collection. The Guestrooms marry modern function with Dutch finishes. Corridor and Guestroom carpets mimic aged residential throw rugs. On each floor, the iconic Dutch girl looks on, as the water table rises with the building’s floors.”
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