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From a rainbow-coloured refuge filled with Normann Copenhagen furniture to a light-dappled “quiet room,” these airport lounges have exceptionally strong design factors.
By Danny Sinopoli |
January 10, 2018
Tags: Commercial, Hospitality
A hotel inside a former diamond-polishing centre retrofitted by Sir David Adjaye is poised to give Johannesburg’s most up-and-coming district a new lease on life.
By Matthew Krouse |
January 8, 2018
Tags: Hospitality, Residential
For a hotel in Madrid, designer and artist Jaime Hayon conducts a whimsical journey through Spain’s past and present.
By Ana Dominguez Siemens |
October 13, 2017
For Montreal restaurant Maneki Comptoir Asiat’, local firms Rainville-Sangaré and Studio Beau collaborated to create a casual cool pop culture–inspired interior.
By Jaclyn Tersigni |
September 22, 2017
Tags: Canada, Hospitality, Restaurant
At Melbourne’s Au79 Cafe, Mim Design has transformed a 1950s garage into a contemporary coffeehouse that is flooded with natural light and filled to rafters with lush greenery.
By Erin Donnelly |
August 29, 2017
Tags: Hospitality, Retail
Majorca, in Spain’s Balearic Islands, is a haven for nature lovers and beach partiers. Now, a new destination has arrived with Grand Portal Nous, a fantastical resort by Marcel Wanders.
By Catherine Osborne |
August 15, 2017
Santa Clara 1728 offers an intimate yet refined experience in the heart of Europe’s hippest city. Nestled within a labyrinth of narrow streets, small squares and gracefully aged buildings in…
By Rafael Gomez-Moriana |
August 7, 2017
Architect Cao Pu has transformed the second floor of a Beijing hotel into an unconventional hostel that replaces rooms with festival-inspired tents.
July 13, 2017
Eight pop-up hotel rooms, selected in an international design competition, have been installed in Snowdonia, Wales as part of Epic Retreats, a movable glamping resort.
May 30, 2017
Tags: Architecture, Hospitality
For a remote spa and adjoining hotel in Vals, Switzerland, Thom Mayne connects with the spiritual nature of the spa’s famed thermal baths.
By Katya Tylevich |
April 24, 2017
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