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At this year’s Frame Awards, Andreu World is releasing a timely compendium: Eat Well Seated, an outstanding survey of quality restaurant design.
Bangkok – In this case study from our book The Other Office Three, Party/Space/Design came up with a porous workspace that checks off several lifestyle boxes.
London – Bompas & Parr’s vegan hotel suite for Hilton London Bankside is the first in the world – and indicates veganism’s future impact on spatial design.
Moscow – For its second Bloom-n-Brew project, design studio Asketik went against the New York aesthetic of Moscow’s nascent coffee-shop scene.
Detroit – The company’s first hospitality venture represents its local roots and invests in the rebirth of the city still recuperating from economic and demographic hardship.
Shanghai – Underwater hotels in coastal tourism locations are no longer a luxury fantasy, but a dystopian warning. The Shanghai Wonderland Hotel is unintentionally there.
Easthampton, Massachusetts – Frame speaks with Chemetal's creative director about how the brand's metal designs have become one of the unsung heroes of the hospitality industry.
Copenhagen – COBE’s in-studio Depanneur café is a cosy meeting ground to connect and get a behind-the-scenes look at the architects’ work.
Mauritius – Salt of Palmar stands out from the rest of the Mauritius luxury hotels due to one key visual choice: designer Camille Walala, she of the bold patterns, set its tone.
Gjesåsen, Norway – Designed by architect Espen Survenik, the Pan treetop-cabins offer a contemporary cabin experience built in line with nature.
Dubai – Located in the Dubai Design District (D3), the Warehouse Gym by VSHD Design can increase your heart rate in more than one way.
Shanghai – Linehouse has turned a former factory with double-height walls into a teahouse made of private booths that appear suspended on air.
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