The Joule Dallas Hotel Completes Transformative Expansion

03.10.2014

ART & DESIGN

The Joule Hotel in Dallas recently announced the completion of their two year long transformation and expansion. The Joule’s renovation makes way for an additional 29 guest suites, three new penthouses, an 8,000 square foot subterranean luxury spa, as well as a rooftop garden and terrace. The renovation also houses an expanded lobby and bar styled by TenOverSix. Led by renowned interior designer Adam D. Tihany, the Joule integrates contemporary design into a timeless setting, expanding its hotel throughout three historic buildings. One, constructed in 1913 in a classical revival style was originally known as the Scholar Building. The second was originally a Salvation Army constructed in 1911. Lastly, the project includes Dallas’ neo-gothic National Bank building in which the Joule currently resides. The new Joule Hotel will feature eight contemporary retail outlets including TASCHEN Library at The Joule, Weekend Coffee, ESPA Spa Retail, TENOVERSIX and more. This curated selection of stores underscores The Joule’s commitment to the development of the Downtown Arts District as an international creative hub, connecting the property to Dallas’ historical Main Street shopping hub, home to the nation’s first Neiman Marcus. Each retailer brings a unique perspective to Dallas, introducing as well as exclusively selling brands such as Rick Owens, Kenzo, Ann Demeulemeester, Rachel Comey, Suno, Opening Ceremony, Maison Kitsune, and others.

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