The Pittman Resort is a boutique resort situated in Dallas, Texas, designed by architects Perkins&Will. Composed of 165 visitor rooms, the resort is located inside a historic 1916 landmark initially designed by African American architect William Sidney Pittman, son-in-law of Booker T. Washington.
The architects needed to take care of the historic skeleton of the constructing, and created a romantic juxtaposition of previous and new. In collaboration with Dallas Historic Society, Perkins&Will had been cautious in restoring and preserving the landmark to its authentic essence.
The foyer and customary areas are introduced with robust supplies reminiscent of uncooked concrete, uncovered metal and pure leather-based. The inside is outfitted with customized furnishings and fixtures together with 20 curated artwork items showcasing the resort’s 1916 roots.