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While sharing tables and crowded lobbies are out, refocusing on the solo economy and the in-room offer can keep guests booking.
Forced to develop delivery versions of their brands – and media strategies to bring them to life – hospitality business will emerge from the crisis with a more fluid idea of what they offer.
Toronto – While returning to her hometown in Canada during the pandemic, Frame’s Iryna Humenyuk reflected on the travellers encountered during a layover in Reykjavik.
Liverpool – Virgin Holidays’ V-Room uses experiential retail concepts to encourage customers to book in-store, rather than online.
Rome's Terminal Amerigo Vespucci in the Civitavecchia cruise port opened in with a minimalist, modern armature of Fiandre stoneware floor tiles.
Rotterdam – To confront globetrotters with their impact on the Earth, Felix Leenders set up a travel agency that offers excursions to destinations affected by climate change.
Rostov-on-Don, Russia – How can one compete with the beauty of the scenery of Rostov? Perhaps, with the delicate textures of a set of ceramic slabs inspired by nature.
Innsbruck, Austria – Nina Mair studio uses locally-sourced materials and hand-woven textiles to transform the Innsbruck airport lounge from sterile waiting room to cosy Alpine cabin.
OSLO – Sustainability sets the scene for a wellness-oriented expansion at Oslo Airport, courtesy of local firm Nordic.
COPENHAGEN – Frame Publishers is organizing an architecture and design trip to Copenhagen. A packed itinerary offers exclusive access to the latest projects in the Danish capital.
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