A 1920s bank building turned hotel. A beachy resort with a dune buggy in the restaurant. A high-key yellow, purple and white lobby that reflects its Arts District location. All of these hospitality spaces are an architect’s dream begging to be communicated through well-considered photography. The key is to capture a mood by telling unique visual stories that architecturally express what the hospitality industry is all about — authenticity, professionalism, and genuine concern for people.

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