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“Thinking about the reopening of restaurants right now can be stressful, but not thinking about it can be disastrous,” says globetrotting interior designer Adam Tihany, renowned for his high-end hospitality work. Counting celebrity chefs such as Daniel Boulud and Thomas Keller among his clients, Tihany is well-placed to consider the post-COVID-19 future of restaurants, especially the variety of pricey eateries that diners flock to as much for the ambience as for the food.

Among his solutions: semi-custom privacy barriers that redefine the experience of fine dining by emphasizing being present over being seen, ensuring both intimacy and safety in the process. “The screens are designed with wellness and comfort in mind,” says Alessia...

Adam Tihany Creates an Easy Hospitality Hack

The luxury restaurant designer shares his innovation for making fine dining safe again.

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