FOREMAN ROGERS

Foreman brings vision and passion to his practice at BLUR Workshop. This passion is infectious to his teammates, his clients, and ultimately to all those working with him. As a result, his projects are stunning and memorable. Foreman creates fantastic and engaging guest experiences with a deep understanding of his clients’ business goals.

Foreman started his hospitality interior design career at tvsdesign, where he was integral to the development and success of the hospitality practice. He has led the design effort on numerous highly acclaimed projects, including the transformational renovation of the Hilton headquarters hotel the Hilton McLean, the remodeling of the Hyatt Regency O’Hare, and the re-mastering of both the Gaylord Opryland and the Gaylord Palms hotels.  Currently, he is leading interior design effort for the transformation of the Chateau Elan Resort & Winery.  The project scope includes four new bars, guestrooms, public space, atrium and golf facilities.  Foreman’s recently completed work includes the Gaylord Texan Expansion, Hilton Nashville Lobby Renovation, and the sea and farm to table seafood restaurant, MOOR.  Foreman has a tremendous range for the resulting look and feel of his projects, aspiring for each design to resonate with guests as a connection to the place and to the brand. His ability to evoke this sense of place manifests itself through refined detail and thoughtful materiality.

His ability to visualize and present a design from multiple perspectives enables him to create truly one-of-a-kind spaces. Foreman has a propensity for empathy that helps him to create unique guest experiences and maximize client value. Through his work and enthusiasm, he has created lasting relationships with clients, hotel staff, contractors, and manufacturers. All are excited to be a part of his process, and truly enjoy working with him.
 

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photography by Raftermen