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Our founder Robert Thiemann interviewed the entrepreneur about his shift toward 'slow hospitality' at Frame Awards 2020.
Amsterdam – Amsterdam hospitality brands Zoku and Hotel V are adapting their strategy to accommodate workers who, during the pandemic, need a home away from home.
Amsterdam – Frame's Floor Kuitert recounts how she was able to make her boyfriend's birthday special in spite of staying at home, with help from the local hospitality industry.
At a time when keeping apart has never been more important, the hospitality sector is finding new ways engage, entertain and encourage communities.
Beverly Hills – Come for the garments, stay for the gastronomy. The Italian fashion brand opens Gucci Osteria da Massimo Bottura Beverly Hills – its first US restaurant – at its …
At Frame Awards 2020, a panel of industry experts discussed what today's cultural shifts mean for luxury hospitality. Watch the talk now.
Moscow – While converting a century-old bakery in Moscow into a contemporary café, Veter Design referenced the site’s history and Russian culture.
Bangkok – Thai designers combine digital modelling with traditional construction techniques to produce a curving interior for Vikasa.
Seoul – Architect Labotory took inspiration from traditional Korean houses and minimalist values to design a retail store with a calming and spiritual ambience.
Surry Hills, Australia – In Australia, local firm Breathe Architecture repurposes a former Paramount Pictures headquarters into a sustainability-minded hotel.
Dubai – A Spanish tapas bar in Dubai incorporates graffiti art with industrial design to create a warm ambience.
San Miguel de Allende, Mexico – AG Interior Studio transformed a former colonial manor in San Miguel Allende into a hotel with Mexican craft influences.
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