Hospitality Design (HD) magazine, published 10 times a year, is the premier trade magazine serving the field of hospitality design. It connects owners, operators, purchasing agents, designers, and architects involved in the design of hotels, resorts, restaurants, cruise ships, nightclubs/lounges, spas, and all other hospitality-oriented projects. HD continues its 30-plus-year mission to publish the accomplishments of various design teams that collaborate to bring the most innovative examples of new construction and renovation to the industry.
Hospitality Design links buyers and sellers through various trade shows, conferences, products, services, and awards:
Hospitality Design Exposition & Conference (HD Expo):
The preeminent trade show for the hospitality design industry takes place May 13-15, 2015, at Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas. Manufacturers get the opportunity to reach hospitality design professionals face-to-face, display/introduce products, and build relationships, while attendees see the newest and best products on the market, listen to compelling panel discussions, and network and socialize. See photos from the 2014 HD Expo.
Hospitality Design Summit (HD Summit): An exclusive invitation-only conference where top hospitality design executives gather in a thought camp environment to gain inspiration and insight from visionary speakers from outside the industry, hone their leadership skills, and connect with industry peers.
Hospitality Design Awards for Creative Achievement (HD Awards): The annual program’s categories, developed by a panel of prominent designers, offer both a departure from other awards programs and creative opportunities for entrants. Tickets are on sale for the awards ceremony honoring the this year's winners and finalists, selected by prestigious industry judges, taking place June 3rd, 2015 in New York, and both winners and finalists will be featured in the June issue of HD. View the winners and finalists of the HD Awards project categories and product categories.
Platinum Circle: Every year this lifetime achievement award is given to individuals who make a significant contribution in the field of hospitality design. Last year's honorees included Art Gensler, Lauren Rottet, Danny Meyer, Adrian Zecha, and the Rockwell Group, who was given the HD Visionary Award for 30 years of innovation. For its 27th anniversary, the black-tie gala will take place at the Conrad New York on November 10th, providing an ideal networking event for all industry members. Honorees for 2015 will be announced this summer. Click here for sponsor information.
IIDA/HD Product Design Competition: Co-sponsored by HD and the International Interior Design Association (IIDA), these awards are held in conjunction with the annual HD Expo to recognize quality design. Winners will be featured in the Show Daily, delivered at HD Expo, and in the July issue of HD. View past winners here.
CitySCENE: Next Generation Networking events are near-monthly regional gatherings that bring together up-and-coming and established hospitality professionals—including designers, architects, purchasing agents, brand executives, and owners—for a fun evening of networking in cities across the country, including Atlanta, Chicago, San Francisco, Dallas, Los Angeles, Miami, New York, and Washington, DC.
Wave of the Future : For more than a decade, we have annually honored a handful of designers, architects, and owners as our Wave of the Future, those who are young enough to be considered visionary, but tested enough to be accomplished. This year, we have compiled another stellar group: Alicia Cannon, lead designer and principal of AJC Design; Dieter Cartwright, founding partner of Warren Red; Griz Dwight, principal and owner of GrizForm Design Architects; Kelly Ogden, designer and co-founder of ELK Collective; Liubasha Rose, vice president of design at Starwood Capital Group; and Meg Sharpe, founder of Meg Sharpe Interiors. Look out for coverage of them in our June issue. Attendees and sponsors of the NextGen Forum, taking place June 17-18th at the Renaissance Chicago Downtown Hotel, will hear them live during a panel discussion.
Editorial Submission Guidelines
The following are required to be considered for a feature in the magazine:
- Opened within the past 12-18 months
- At least five hi-res (at least 300 dpi) architectural photos of the space (no people, food, brochure-style shots)
Please send hi-res images and a brief design description on a MAC-formatted CD to:
Stacy Shoemaker Rauen
85 Broad Street
New York, NY 10004
Please note that Hospitality Design has a strict exclusivity policy. The project submitted must not have been published in any design magazine (i.e., Interior Design, Hotel Design, Boutique Design) as a feature layout in the U.S.
- Introduced within the past 12 months.
- At least one hi-res (at least 300 dpi) product photo
Please send hi-res images and a brief product description on a MAC-formatted CD to:
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