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Mount Wuyi, China – By builiding a hotel centred on traditional tea culture in the Fujian province, the Yue Wuyi Tea Life Aesthetics Hotel breathes new life into the ancient industry.
Shanghai – For Tre Vin, Quarta & Armando have come up with a concrete shelving system that defies physics and logic – and yet makes perfect sense.
Birmingham – Faber’s vision for Nocturnal Animals, a new restaurant, features postmodernist furniture silhouettes, kitsch neon signage and vivid graphic prints.
Bogotá – Weather in Bogotá is unpredictable, but this hospitality project by Studio Cadena makes sure everyone can eat al fresco, no matter the whims of the day.
Hong Kong – The John Anthony restaurant in Hong Kong, designed by Linehouse, is a fine example of sustainable spatial design that doesn’t have to scream its intentions.
Answering the need for escapism in turbulent times, a ‘night fever’ epidemic hits the retail, entertainment and hospitality industries.
As loneliness is on the rise among people under 35, several catch-all daytime and night-time spaces provide an opportunity to create instant communities.
Castelrotto, Italy – Have a design-based tourism wishlist? The Schgaguler Hotel, designed by Peter Pichler Architecture in the heart of the Dolomites, might just earn a spot in it.
Hong Kong – Hexa, a Cantonese restaurant located in Harbour City, evokes the subtle sensuality of director Wong Kar-wai’s most iconic films.
Soprabolzano, Italy – With a revamped Art Nouveau aesthetic, Gloriette Guesthouse uses its surroundings to its advantage and reminds us to get that fresh air we all need.
Bergen, Norway – In Bergen, Dutch design team Concrete imagines a hotel whose guests never have to suffer a daylight deficiency.
Whistler, Canada – The Pangea Pod Hotel by Bricault Design aims to provide mid-range accommodation for a mountain resort village that has lost touch with luxury.
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