Articles tagged Hospitality

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Can referential hospitality interiors help keep local history accessible?

Olomouc, Czech Republic – You'll find a fabric fresco, halo-shaped lighting, pew-inspired furnishings and the Virgin Mary in this Czech café neighboured by a historic baroque chapel.

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Pop culture’s affinity for the 90s means something for spatial design, too

Wrocław, Poland – Miss primary colours, scrolling text signs and retro video games? There’s a Buck.Studio-designed restaurant just for you in Poland.

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This Paris café’s pared-down interiors make for a transparent hospitality experience

Paris – Minnaërt Studio's bright, sparse interiors for Paris coffee shop and roastery Back in Black place all attention on food-and-beverage artisanship.

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How public squares informed the design of the Netherlands' newest Foodhallen

The Hague – Studio Modijefsky created social-focused interiors for the popular food market and bar's first presence in The Hague.

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Openings: Hospitality spaces from France's wine country to the West Coast

Airbnb takes to a small Italian village, Starbucks opens its largest roastery yet, branded hotels spring up and more in hospitality interior news.

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This furniture helped architects build a people and planet-friendly cafeteria in Cairo

Cairo – To imbue a cafeteria at the American University in Cairo with a modern spirit of conviviality, Style Design Architects looked to Pedrali's sustainable, contemporary …

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Can hotels ensure privacy in the world’s highest density neighbourhoods?

Guangzhou – Tokyo- and Shanghai-based firm Kooo Architects developed Hotel Far & Near Nanhao St., a guesthouse in one of the most populated areas of China.

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Why a designer opted for virtual, not natural, escapism in this Russian café

Rostov-on-Don, Russia – Visitors to Rostov-on-Don’s AND Y space are able to momentarily transcend realities, thanks to Eduard Eremchuk’s employ of bold technological and visual …

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A Thailand-based chocolate factory shows how to attract more tourists

Hua Hin, Thailand – Party/Space/Design builds a chocolate palace that is a destination inspired by the history of its location.

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3D scanning adds layers of meaning to the first Chinese chippy

Chengdu – For Scotts, a chip shop in Chengdu, Unknown Works created a remixed version of the archetypal British eateries rather than a caricature.

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This Beijing gym addresses the need for user-unique training paths

Beijing – For M-Fit, Ramoprimo designed a two-storey space that allows exercisers to creatively choose their own circuits.

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How two South Korean designers are responding to their nation’s ‘loss of culture and tradition’

Seoul – Even though Seoul’s Café Oriente is a celebration of traditional Korean beauty, Labotory finds a way to make the intimate space resonate with contemporary-minded visitors.