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Designers Jaehoon Jung and Hoyoung Joo envision a future where cargo drones can be used to deliver inflatable prefab housing units to locations preselected by travellers.
New York City – The New York-based architect explains how the hospitality industry can use design to become more resilient.
Hong Kong – When creating BaseHall, Linehouse travelled back in time to the 1970s, the period in which its iconic site was completed.
Shanghai – Creators of Hashtag, a café, exhibition venue, bar and store, ONOAA Studio notes the importance of curation in commercial environments.
Paris – Created in collaboration between Juno, Martin Dymensztein and Eugena Ossi, Les Cuistots Migrateurs’ pop-up interprets many cultures in a contemporary context.
In our current issue, we look at how hospitality spaces are starting to reference the enigmatic atmosphere of clandestine environments.
The pandemic is raising the bar for sanitation and hygiene – guests’ aesthetic sensibilities may shift as a result. Here are some forward-looking examples.
Seoul – The South Korean studio devised an arresting façade and interior for the new hospitality venture, taking its name to heart.
The pandemic has accelerated the adoption of technologies that will bring the experience of TV and live sports audiences closer, to the benefit of both.
Tel Aviv – Dichroic film defines Café Barzilay’s space, updated to align with the development of a light rail transit system in its urban locale.
Many urbanists hope that temporary solutions for widening sidewalks will translate into a permanent revival of street life.
In a world beset by environmental crises, context-sensitive hospitality concepts are educating travellers about our charring world.
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