London Fashion Week kicks off tomorrow, with 250 designers ready to showcase their designs to an eager audience of influential media people and retailers. London Fashion Week is one of the “Big Four” global fashion events and attracts more than 5,000 people. So, today, here’s everything you need to know about this […]
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As 2019 begins, we made quite an impressive selection of the 2018 Best Hospitality Projects in the world. Made and thought by the great minds of the interior deisgn world, this projects are as stunning as you are imagining right now. Take a look at these amazing designs!
One of architect Zaha Hadid’s final projects, Morpheus is a daring hotel in Macau, starting with its sensuous exoskeleton exterior made of aluminum-framed glass and a figure-eight central void.
Partnering with the Chinese federal government, architect Calvin Tsao and his brother, developer Chavalit Frederick Tsao worked for nearly a decade to bring the integrated, 46-acre wellness community known as Sangha to fruition.
From Los Angeles firm Avenue Interior Design, the SLS Baha Mar in the Bahamas is evocative of the brand’s (and sbe’s) evolution with a relaxed yet sophisticated design firmly rooted in its location.
Joining a slew of openings from Ian Schrager’s EDITION brand this year, including properties in Barcelona and Shanghai, the Wimberly Interiors-designed Abu Dhabi EDITION features 198 guestrooms and 57 residences on the waterfront of Al Batee.
Old meets new at the Pantheon Iconic Rome Hotel, an Autograph Collection hotel, thanks to a contemporary interpretation of the city’s significant history from Studio Marco Piva.
Wellness-based design continues to amaze and push limits with Switzerland’s massive Bürgenstock Resort Lake Lucerne, which includes the modernist Bürgenstock Hotel & Alpine Spa from MKV Design and Rüssli Architekten (pictured) and the Matteo Thun-crafted Waldhotel, complete with a lattice-clad exterior.