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The Making of Calistoga Ranch, An Auberge Resort

Uniquely designed and tucked into a hidden canyon in the heart of Napa Valley, Calistoga Ranch, an Auberge Resort, has recently celebrated its 15-year anniversary. Explore how SB Architects created this incredible, award-winning resort.

The New Elements of Hotel Design in a Hi-Tech World | Wellness 

Ideas, SB Architects, Stories, Technology September 30, 2021

How do you reach the same level of disconnect and calm in an urban resort? That is where technology steps in.

The New Elements of Hotel Design in a Hi-Tech World | Sensory Tech, the Science of Feeling Good 

Ideas, SB Architects, Stories, Technology September 28, 2021

There’s a science to feeling good. As designers, we’re tasked with creating immersive spaces and experiences that engage the senses.

Designing a Transformative Sanctuary in the Heart of Mexico’s Napa Valley 

How do you authentically design for a place where the destination itself, is the draw?

SB Architects at 60 

60-years is an incredible milestone to hit, and we couldn’t be prouder of the work we’ve completed, the firm we have created and the culture we have developed over the last six decades.

The New Elements of Hotel Design in a Hi-Tech World | Designing for a Digital-Physical World 

As architects, we build flexibility into spaces to allow them the transform over time. Adaptable spaces that can easily covert to different uses are going to be key in the future of hospitality.

The New Elements of Hotel Design in a Hi-Tech World | Data-Driven Design 

As designers, we are tasked with creating spaces that have an emotional impact on the user through materiality and the built environment, but also through the guest’s first impression and journey. When designing, we have numerous tools and ‘data points’ to draw from; intuition, history, culture, and most recently: digital data.

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