Four Points Sheraton Ventura

Originally designed in 1983 by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, the Four Points Sheraton Hotel was undersized for the site at 130 rooms. A design and strategy was developed for phasing improvements to double the size of the hotel while allowing it to remain open through the duration of construction.

New rooms were planned opposite the existing single loaded open air balconies, creating enclosed, skylit atriums with rooms connected to the existing balcony by bridges. The result provided for dramatic interior spaces and an updated exterior design which continued the tribute to the influence of Frank Lllyod Wright, with rich stone and plaster detailing.

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(work completed by Mainstreet Architects + Planners prior to joining RRM Design Group)