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The Sheraton Laguna Resort is a conversion of the original Palace Hotel. TRMA, was the architect for the Palace Hotel which was built in 1988. Working closely with Kanko Kikaku Sekkeisha, the client’s interior designer and   landscape architect, the hotel was re-imaged as a five-star Sheraton. The resort is organized around a water theme with new lagoon pools, water features, waterfalls, and an infinity-edge swimming pool. The water theme is carried into the hotel where a series of pools and fountains define the 11-story central atrium.



The Nikko Chapel is a multi-split level building situated on the northern end of San Vitores Road along Tumon Row. The Chapels alter consist of seamless glass curtain walls on three sides allowing a 180 degree view of the Pacific Ocean and the beaches below.

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TR+A designed this 286-room beach-side hotel on Agana Bay. This is the first hotel outside Japan owned and operated by the developer, and TRA+ guided them through the decision-making and government-permitting process, provided comprehensive planning and design services. Also on the grounds are two World War II gun emplacements which were restored in place as valuable historical memorials.

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We designed our Residential Building project with a modern, clean look that is both practical and inspirational. The Residential Building offers a unique and enjoyable experience suited to every visitor, no matter their age. Taniguchi Ruth Makio Architects + was inspired by the region’s architecture and natural environment and our team decided to base the design of the project on those elements.

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