Articles tagged Hospitality

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Lukstudio creates maximum effect with minimal intervention for Longxiaobao

Shanghai – Recalling rows upon rows of hand-stretched noodles, Lukstudio’s volumetric metal grid for noodle restaurant Longxiaobao creates a dynamic dining experience.

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Stu/D/O Architects takes you Nowhere, because you’re already there

bangkok – The dramatic expression of the restaurant concept by Stu/D/O Architects uses stairs to distort space and functionality. 

Leaderboard: The Sleep Event
Leaderboard: The Sleep Event
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How a city park and lost 1888s floor plans reshape Amsterdam’s Hotel Arena

AMSTERDAM – Looking backwards to move forwards, the extension of Hotel Arena makes history and locality its guiding forces.

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The touch of gold in Italo Bassi’s latest restaurant

Sardinia, Italy – The renowned Italian chef’s new ConFusion restaurant in Porto Cervo is dramatic, luxurious, and surprisingly practical – thanks to Neolith Calacatta Gold.

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From one-night stands to long-term lovers: an event for hotels and their designers

LONDON – Sleep, Europe’s event for the design, development, and architecture of hotels will explore Loyalty: Lessons in Love from 21 – 22 November 2017.

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Discovering the luxury and liberty of prison

Offenburg, Germany – In the former prison Hotel Liberty, the experience of incarceration is inverted to give guests a luxurious escape from the outside world.

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Nordic meets Italian in a holistic dining concept by Haf Studio

Reykjavík – Using furniture produced by local designers, Haf Studio creates a concept and interior for Mat Bar that fuses Nordic design with Italian flair. 

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Introducing the 2018 Frame Awards jury for hospitality spaces

PEOPLE – Among others, Patricia Urquiola, Jaime Hayon, and Glenn Pushelberg offer their expertise to the 2018 Frame Awards.

Leaderboard: The Sleep Event
Leaderboard: The Sleep Event
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Five Days of Frame 118: Noma here and there

Tulum, Mexico / Sydney, Australia – Despite its Scandinavian roots, Noma proves time and place trump all with pop-ups on two contrasting continents.

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Ya Pan adds Japanese festival atmosphere to Tel Aviv hospitality

Tel Aviv – Baranowitz & Goldberg and Pitsou Kedem Architects translate fusion-Japanese cuisine into a vibrant dining experience in Ya Pan.

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Dittel Architekten shines the light on a new urban area with Eduard’s

STUTTGART, Germany – The warm, welcoming glow of Eduard’s cocktail bar is intended to suggest the intoxicating tones of a glass of Bulleit Bourbon.

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Out Now: Frame 118 – Home-Grown Hotels

The Sep/Oct issue of Frame explores how hotels and restaurants are striving to be local in the extreme.