Crosby Street Hotel - 1st LEED Gold Hotel in New York State
Hyatt Regency New Brunswick - LEED Certified
NoMad Hotel - LEED Gold Certified
Hyatt Regency Minneapolis - Highest Rated Project for Social Sustainability in N.A.
Futuregreen Hospitality Forum - in partnership with Interior Design Magazine
The Delta Project - hosted in association with the College of the Atlantic
Stonehill & Taylor is at the forefront of sustainable design, developing projects that are responsible and conscious of their impact on local communities and the planet. The firm works to identify cost-effective systems and solutions with payback periods that make sense, while ensuring that maintenance requirements are aligned with user capabilities. This reduces energy and long-term building costs, leading to minimized carbon footprints.
As a result of S&T's commitment to environmental responsibility, the firm's work has attracted considerable attention for its sustainable designs, including New York State’s first LEED Gold-certified hotel, the Crosby Street Hotel. Since then, Stonehill & Taylor has designed eleven LEED projects, including the NoMad hotel, which was recently awarded LEED Gold status.
S&T's commitment to environmentally-responsible design extends beyond LEED, as the firm looks for cost effective ways to mitigate negative environmental impacts and create meaningful projects that facilitate a shift in human behavior. Our recent renovation of the Hyatt Regency Minneapolis has been recognized for its socially sustainable design and follow-through that emphasizes locally-crafted products and works of art and artisanry.
Stonehill & Taylor’s leaders dedicate their time to strengthening the dialogue on sustainability and the future of architecture and interior design with the creation of sustainability-oriented “think tanks.” Conferences that the firm has created and led have included The Delta Project, hosted in association with the College of the Atlantic (2009), and the yearly-recurring FutureGreen Hospitality Forum, organized by S&T in partnership with Interior Design Magazine.
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