FELICIA HYDE

IIDA, CID - PRINCIPAL / DESIGN DIRECTOR

A design director, Felicia brings more than 25 years of in-depth interior architecture experience to her client engagements.

She is an award-winning interior architect, having won the prestigious CoreNet Global REmmy Award for Innovative Project for her work on the Goodman Birtcher headquarters in Irvine, California, as well as top honors in the IIDA Calibre Award category of Leisure and Entertainment for the ICIS Apartment Homes in Glendale, California.

Felicia’s published work has been featured in the industry’s leading publications, including Interiors Magazine, ASU, Corporate Interiors, Designers West Magazine, Interior Design Magazine, Floor Covering Weekly, and Contract Magazine.

INSIGHTS FROM FELICIA
Insights Felicia Hyde
May 18, 2020

Why Hoteliers Need An Authentic Brand Story

Published by: HotelExecutive Author: Felicia Hyde, Principal/Design Director, Hendy As the hospitality industry becomes markedly competitive, hoteliers today are asking the same question: how does one differentiate their property and…
Insights Felicia Hyde
March 30, 2020

How to turn your living space into a home office, home school and more during coronavirus

Presented by: The Orange County Register, Kathie Bozanich Featuring: Felicia Hyde, Principal & Design Director, Hendy It’s not something we’ve had to think about before: What happens when your family…
Insights Felicia Hyde
January 27, 2020

Curating a ‘Live-Work-Play’ Experience Through Flexible Design

Presented by: HotelExecutive Author: Felicia Hyde, Hendy The "live-work-play" lifestyle is a growing priority for modern consumers. Renters and travelers alike are in search of accommodation that offers a personalized…
Insights Felicia Hyde
November 27, 2019

Smart Hotels: Innovative Design, Technology to Create Exceptional Guest Experiences

Presented by: HotelExecutive Author: Felicia Hyde, Principal & Lifestyle Studio Director, Hendy Decades ago, the idea of robotics and artificial intelligence integrated into our everyday lives would have been unthinkable.…