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After months of restaurants, hotels, cafes and bars being at a stand-still, new openings designed by Curiosity, Roar, Kengo Kuma and more are a silver lining.
Mexico City – Born from a neglected 1920s building in Mexico City, JSª and NOMAH’s Hotel Umbral comprises scenographic hospitality spaces that champion contrast.
Costa Rica – Art Villas Costa Rica is a collection of Formafatal-designed villas aimed at combining the adventure and thrill of the outdoors with the comforts of luxury hospitality.
Amsterdam – Combining communal spaces with the privacy of individual sleeping pods, Amsterdam’s Bunk Hotel offers its guests a variety of experiences to suit their needs.
While sharing tables and crowded lobbies are out, refocusing on the solo economy and the in-room offer can keep guests booking.
Forced to develop delivery versions of their brands – and media strategies to bring them to life – hospitality business will emerge from the crisis with a more fluid idea of what they offer.
London – Grzywinski+Pons has created Locke Living’s second hotel, a connected destination for travellers who want more than somewhere to sleep and shower.
Amsterdam – Frame’s Hotel of the Year – Amsterdam’s Sweets Hotel, by Space & Matter, Seven New Things and Grayfield – poses a unique way to discover the city, with 28 …
Our founder Robert Thiemann interviewed the entrepreneur about his shift toward 'slow hospitality' at Frame Awards 2020.
Amsterdam – Amsterdam hospitality brands Zoku and Hotel V are adapting their strategy to accommodate workers who, during the pandemic, need a home away from home.
Hiroshima – While most wellness-related hotels call to mind spas and retreats, a renovation by Hiroyuki Tanaka Architects breathes new life into a former Hiroshima hospital.
Surry Hills, Australia – In Australia, local firm Breathe Architecture repurposes a former Paramount Pictures headquarters into a sustainability-minded hotel.
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