Georgia Globe Design News reports on architecture, urban design, interior design, development, retail and restaurants. The view is from Savannah and Atlanta and around the globe.
Wayne Daniel Anderson has a Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Florida and has continued his studies with Columbia University (New York) in Rome, Italy and the College of Coastal Georgia.
He has done interior design and architecture for hotels including The Chicago Hilton & Towers, The Boca Raton Hotel & Club, Marriott Marquis Times Square, Hyatt Regency Atlanta, Marriott Marquis Atlanta and Hyatt Albuquerque.
His work also includes office buildings, retail stores, restaurants, condominiums and many private residences. He worked at John Portman & Assoc. Architects, Jova Daniels Busbee, Gonzalez Architects, and his own firm, for many years. He also worked with Frank Mingis, previously a partner with internationally acclaimed Hirsch Bedner Assoc., designing hospitality interiors.
Born in Atlanta in 1962, he has lived in Florida, Italy, New York, Connecticut, California, Hawaii, Hong Kong, and Costa Rica. He has traveled the world, working and studying architecture and design. He now lives in Portland Oregon, taking care of his health-impaired husband, but still enjoys writing about the design world.
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