The Fairlane Hotel is an 81-room boutique hotel located in a modernist travertine-clad tower in downtown Nashville. The Fairlane features mid-century architectural design with 1960s and ’70s features, such as a penthouse with smoked mirrored ceilings, a suspended Scandinavian-style fireplace, and an extensive roof terrace for private events. Design elements include terrazzo floors, a brass feature wall, original oak paneling and custom tile planters.
Reunion Goods & Services designed the entire hotel, including the guest rooms and suites, and its three food and beverage concepts: Union Teller Coffee Counter and Mile End Delicatessen at the Lobby level, and Ellington’s—a swanky dining room on the hotel’s fourth floor. Reunion also partnered with its friends at the Office of Brothers in Atlanta to design the property’s identity, collateral and way finding. Thanks also to Manuel Zeitlin Architects who served as the architect on this adaptive reuse project.