#FrameLive: watch our post-pandemic hospitality design talk – can conviviality keep its distance?

Hospitality has taken a hard hit from the COVID-19 crisis. With revenue losses at an all-time high the pressure is on for hotels, bars, restaurants and health clubs alike to rebuild post-pandemic. The question is: how might this happen?

Lockdown measures are loosening, yet health and safety regulations impose strict new rules for seating capacity and trading hours. Social distancing will continue to affect the norms of service for the foreseeable future – and perhaps permanently. So how can designers approach these new rules of service and facilitation for convivial communal gatherings as we reach the post-pandemic era?

During the third edition of our #FrameLive talk series, we’ll ask leading hospitality designers and operators to offer their take on the new (hospitality) world order, in conversation with Frame founder Robert Thiemann. Read on for the details and how to sign up.

#FrameLive Presents: Post-pandemic hospitality design – can conviviality keep its distance?

2 June 2020 at 16.00 CEST

No industry has been as badly impacted by the current pandemic as the hospitality sector. What can be done to convince consumers to book again and how to better prepare the industry for similar events in the future? Industry insiders discuss the roadblocks and challenges lying ahead for hospitality design. Alon Baranowitz and Irene Kronenberg (founders Baranowitz + Kronenberg), Caroline Cundall (former InterContinental Hotels Group director of interior design Europe, founder House of Caro) and Rob Wagemans (founder Concrete Architectural Associates) in conversation with Frame founder Robert Thiemann.

This event is hosted on Zoom – register to secure a spot here.

Stay tuned, we’ll be announcing more talks and workshops every week. Interested in participating in our #FrameLive programme? Reach out to us to discover the possibilities here.

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