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products trends technology By Alissa Ponchione 1 2 3 4 1 From Doug Mockett & Company, the wireless charging station with grommet mount allows users to place their Qicompatible devices on the surface, where a LED ring around the exterior lights up when charging initiates. The device is available in black, metallic silver, and white. MOCKETT.COM 2 3 enabled with wifi controls, allowing users to wirelessly adjust brightness, color temperature, and color with an app. Weighing 24 pounds and made from aircraft-grade aluminum, its design and efficient LED light promote heat management through open rings, which allows for a cool-to-the-touch fixture and extends the life of the source. transforms a singleperspective rendering into a 360-degree virtual reality that easily transfers to a smartphone or oculus, allowing designers to communicate and enhance design collaborations in an engaging way. Shown here is a rendering at the Springhill Suites/ Residence Inn Downtown Chicago River North designed by the Gettys Group. Ilomio's Radius No. 0 is ILOMIO.COM Studio Rendering 4 The sleek RotoDial control system of the R1 Mk3 from Ruark is combined with the organic lightemitting diode (OLED) display to provide an easy-to-use interface. Crafted from real walnut, the midcentury-style radio offers DAB/DAB+ and FM radio playback, one-touch Bluetooth streaming, USB charging, and a dual alarm. RUARKAUDIO.COM STUDIORENDERING.COM December 2015 063 http://www.MOCKETT.COM http://www.RUARKAUDIO.COM http://www.ILOMIO.COM http://www.STUDIORENDERING.COM

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Hospitality Design - December 2015

Hospitality Design - December 2015
Online TOC
From the Editor
Behind the Design
Sustainable Studio: Six Senses Douro Valley
5 Questions for Lee Schrager
Profile: Marcel Wanders
Trends: Technology
Edge of Creativity
The Cape, a Thompson Hotel
The Old Clare Hotel
Ad Index
Back Space

Hospitality Design - December 2015