Outdoor spaces in demand, as architecture adapts to pandemic-influenced designs

GROWTH SECTOR: From left, Kris Bradner, Arthur Eddy and Ashley Iannuccilli Cullion, principals with Traverse Landscape Architects LLC, at the Hammetts Hotel in Newport. The company, which recently completed the landscape planning for the hotel, has seen its portion of business related to the hospitality sector increase dramatically in the past several years.
PBN PHOTO/ELIZABETH GRAHAM
GROWTH SECTOR: From left, Kris Bradner, Arthur Eddy and Ashley Iannuccilli Cullion, principals with Traverse Landscape Architects LLC, at the Hammetts Hotel in Newport. The company, which recently completed the landscape planning for the hotel, has seen its portion of business related to the hospitality sector increase dramatically in the past several years.
PBN PHOTO/ELIZABETH GRAHAM
Long after the COVID-19 pandemic is gone, its influence on school and hotel designs will be seen across New England. Traverse Landscape Architects LLC, a small but growing firm based in Providence, has seen its portion of business related to K-12 schools and hospitality facilities increase dramatically in the past several years. Schools, for example,…

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