Articles tagged Travel after Mass Tourism


Travel after mass tourism: what do landmarks for a new age look like?

In a world beset by environmental crises, context-sensitive hospitality concepts are educating travellers about our charring world.


Travel after mass tourism: building in situ to support local communities

Projects that draw on local craft communities and material resources can transform tourism into a supportive, rather than destructive, force.


Travel after mass tourism: the potential of prefab in remote locations

Prefabricated structures grant brands the power to offer first-class hospitality in otherwise inhospitable locations.


Travel after mass tourism: a case for building temporary structures

Creating venues that stay in one location barely longer than their guests opens up new horizons for travel.

Located in Maloja, Switzerland, the On Mountain Hut Cabin overlooks an idyllic alpine lake. The cabin was designed by Thilo Alex Brunner. Photo: Anne Lutz and Thomas Stöckli

Travel after mass tourism: how design is helping people avoid crowds

As the travel and hospitality industry enter the early stages of reopening, we look at how design is helping travellers avoid the crowds. 

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