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Airbnb takes to a small Italian village, Starbucks opens its largest roastery yet, branded hotels spring up and more in hospitality interior news.
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.
Our latest Openings list includes a variety of hospitality spaces designed with cross-cultural references in mind.
Our latest Openings list highlights ‘70s-inspired hotels and the increasing number of fashion brands adding food and drink spaces to their offer.
Bolzano, Italy – Why are hotels in South Tyrol so innovative? As we found out during a visit, it has to do with the region’s cultural DNA — and yes, that includes flatbread.
Hong Kong – In this interview, Frame Awards 2020 jury member Joe Cheng sheds some light on the breakneck evolution of the Chinese hospitality market.
Castelrotto, Italy – Designed by local firm Noa*, the new expansion of the Zallinger Hotel in South Tyrol has helped quickly establish it as an expertly considered retreat.
The second installment in our Opening series focuses on the hospitality sector, with a group of new need-to-know cafés, restaurants and hotels.
San Giacomo, Italy – Designed by Pedevilla Architects, the Bühelwirt in South Tyrol intelligently preserves its initial 1910 iteration in a seamless integration with a new addition.
Vals, Italy – The human touches in the bespoke sound installation inside the sauna area of Silena, a hotel in South Tyrol, challenge the use of tech in the medium.
São Vicente, Cape Verde – Eloisa Ramos and Moreno Castellano designed a hotel for hikers on the Cape Verdean island of São Vicente.
The July/August issue of Frame delves into the effectiveness of hospitality as a branding tool for lifestyle and fashion brands.
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