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From a no-frills cell to colour-controlled surroundings, capsule hotels cater to guests in Japan and beyond.
Amsterdam – A new hotel in the Dutch capital’s Java Island looks to the nation's past in order to be better equipped to respond to a more sustainable future.
Paris – The newly reopened Hôtel Lutetia, a Parisian Belle Époque institution, features a surprising array of bespoke items – such as the Lutezia tap collection by CEA.
Madrid – El Equipo Creativo pays tribute to the cultural (and pop culture) landmarks of the Spanish capital with a fun proposal for Hotel Axel.
AMSTERDAM – Inside one of the city’s most intimate and luxurious hotels, the refined design reveals its philosophy of the subjective experience and personal relationships.
Montreal – ACDF Architecture delivers a space saturated with context and culture, but is the hyper-local hospitality trend actually important to the visitor experience?
Rotterdam – Studio Modijefsky’s design for CityHub reveals that the future of travel is less about the space and more about facilitating experience of the local context.
Berlin – The fantastical renovation of Hotel Pullman Berlin Schweizerhof references the nearby zoo and turns the Bauhaus aesthetic on its head.
Paris – Working with local artisans and aged natural materials like burnt wood and oxidized copper, Raphael Navot transforms the Hotel National des Arts et Métiers.
MUNICH – Roomers Hotel by Amsterdam-based architects Concrete offers a sumptuous platter of seduction, surprise, and the unknown in every space and room.
AMSTERDAM – Looking backwards to move forwards, the extension of Hotel Arena makes history and locality its guiding forces.
Bergen, Norway – Step inside financial history as Stockholm-based studio Claesson Koivisto Rune breathes new life into the city’s former stock exchange building.
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