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Tulum, Mexico / Sydney, Australia – Despite its Scandinavian roots, Noma proves time and place trump all with pop-ups on two contrasting continents.
Tel Aviv – Baranowitz & Goldberg and Pitsou Kedem Architects translate fusion-Japanese cuisine into a vibrant dining experience in Ya Pan.
STUTTGART, Germany – The warm, welcoming glow of Eduard’s cocktail bar is intended to suggest the intoxicating tones of a glass of Bulleit Bourbon.
The Sep/Oct issue of Frame explores how hotels and restaurants are striving to be local in the extreme.
STUTTGART, Germany – In the new Dorotheen Quartier, Enso Sushi & Grill provides guests with dining styles inspired by Japanese traditions.
STUTTGART, Germany – Herbert Seckler’s Sylt-island restaurant is transformed into the sleek and modern gastronomic flagship of the new Dorotheen Quartier shopping centre.
MACAU – In the Galaxy Macau resort, Cha Bei (Standard Chinese for teacup) is a unique space for dining, shopping, and lessons in baking and cake-decorating.
Amsterdam – From Kimpton De Witt in the US hotel chain’s first European location, Ave Bradley explains how a foreigner tackles a locally oriented establishment.
STOCKHOLM – Tasked with humanizing a brutalist bank building, Universal emphasizes local art and bespoke furniture to reinvent Scandinavian hospitality.
LONDON – Like a magical fairy ring, the Glade transports visitors to an enchanted land. Enter the immersive dining experience in Sketch’s newly restored bar.
AMSTERDAM – Marrying food and fabric, the Amsterdam-based practice takes inspiration from the area’s heritage for Wyers Bar & Restaurant.
SINGAPORE – In South Beach Hotel, Laminam’s Oxide forms the scintillating social backdrop to Philippe Starck’s infinity pool.
© 2017 Frame Publishers