Articles tagged Hospitality

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This Valencia pizzeria is a modern take on the city’s Art Nouveau Mercado Central

Valencia, Spain – Masquespacio created a warm space rife with references to introduce pizzeria Piur to the Spanish market. 

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We’ve seen child-centric hospitality grow up in China. It’s maturing in Russia, too

Moscow – A Moscow café by Sundukovy Sisters indicates the widening demand for children’s spaces that appeal to parents as well.

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How a bean sprout farm became fertile ground for a Toronto restaurant-brewery

Toronto – The design of Avling Kitchen & Brewery by LAMAS reflects the hospitality client’s farm-centric ideals. 

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Is this residence a test drive for a Crosby Studios-branded hotel?

Moscow – A mixed-use home showed architect Harry Nuriev how to deliver a new spatial experience on-brand with his studio’s retail and hospitality work.

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Openings: 11 new hospitality spaces from Saint Laurent, W Hotels, Ladurée and more

Our latest Openings list highlights ‘70s-inspired hotels and the increasing number of fashion brands adding food and drink spaces to their offer. 

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This beauty club's ethereal interiors are inspired by a mountainous Chinese province

Ruili, China – Beauty and wellness spaces don’t need to be neutral to be calming, illustrates Parallect Design with Beauty Club on the National Border.

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Why an architect used Amazon’s Alexa to build a smart salon in LA

Los Angeles – Francisco Gonzalez-Pulido vitalizes the spatially ‘outdated’ hair and salon industries with Starring by Ted Gibson, a tech-powered hairdressing studio.

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How a multi-use cultural venue in Shenzhen contemporizes traditional Chinese design

Shenzhen – For Morph, Various Associates created a surprisingly modern social space by referencing age-old materials and production techniques.

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Italy’s apericena makes its way to Buenos Aires, thanks to this new coffee place

Buenos Aires – Duca Caffe & Apericena brings an Italian dining experience – and a colourful space, designed by Ohio Estudio – to Buenos Aires.

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Why a Melbourne lifestyle concept store is supposed to look better offline

Melbourne – Inspired by Syrian art and architecture, The Stella Collective designed homewares shop and café Zoobibi to help shoppers digitally disconnect.

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A London dessert spot is made for Instagram – and Snapchat and TikTok, too

London – FormRoom went a step further in creating a social media-friendly space for Dyce Dessert Parlour, by adding dynamic elements suited for video sharing platforms.

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In China, sneaking inside the cash machine for a glass of gin and tonic

Hangzhou – Designed by Nanjing Linear Architecture, Hangzhou’s Noisy Bank is a speakeasy bar hidden by a quotidian element: a set of three cash machines on the street.