Architectural and Interior Design of a new, 8-story hotel in Denver’s Cherry Creek North neighborhood. The 170-room Moxy is geared toward the modern millennial traveler with an emphasis on experiential design that encourages social interaction. The architecture is designed to blend cohesively into the fabric of one of Denver’s most iconic neighborhoods.
Moxy is a lifestyle brand by Marriott, catering to the millennial traveller with smaller rooms and an experiential lobby. Design scheme incorporated both natural and industrial aspects with a rustic, yet stylish and modern appeal.
JOHNSON NATHAN STROHE’s design for the boutique hotel succeeds both in localizing an international brand to fit into the sophisticated Cherry Creek North neighborhood and also using creativity to maximize small spaces with rooms designed at just 180 square feet.
The space, which opened in November 2017, emphasizes connection and interaction, with 3,000 square feet of communal space, including a bar serving locally sourced beer and spirits, a lobby with games like foosball and shuffleboard, and a spacious outdoor courtyard with custom stadium seating and fire pits.