Locally based Agence François Champsaur looked to the Eiffel Tower for Hôtel du Ministère’s recent 18-key expansion, which saw the Parisian boutique property add two renovated wings and an adjoining breakfast room.View Photos ›
Newly opened in Ubud, Bali, Mandapa, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve hotel was crafted with contemporary Balinese interiors by Malaysian studio DESIGNWILKES.View Photos ›
Newly opened, the Lot La Jolla is a mixed-use lifestyle destination in San Diego collaboratively designed by Irvine, California-based SMS Architects and Los Angeles-based EZEQUIELFARCA architecture and design.View Photos ›
Swire Hotels turned to Simon Rawlings, creative director of London-based David Collins Studio, to reimagine a former restaurant in Hong Kong’s Pacific Place mixed-use development as the Continental—a refined all-day dining venue.
All photography by Edmon Leong
Nearly 200 industry professionals attended Hospitality Design’s (HD) magazine’s third annual NextGen Forum event at the Renaissance Chicago Downtown Hotel in June. Thanks to our sponsors: Carnegie, DAC Art Consulting, Delta, Durkan, Fabric Innovations, Fabricut Contract, Global Allies, HG Arts, Integra Fabrics, Interface Hospitality, JLF Collections, Kalisher, Kevin Barry Fine Art Associates, Kohler, Kravet Contract, Lamin-Art, Lily Jack, Northwest Hospitality Carpets, P/Kaufmann Contract, Porcelanosa, Preciosa, RH Contract, Royal Custom Designs, Samuelson Furniture, Serta, Shaw Hospitality Group, Shelby Williams, Simmons Hospitality Bedding, Soho Myriad, and Toto.
All photography by Oscar Einzig
Nearly 250 industry professionals gathered in June at the J. Parker at the Hotel Lincoln in Chicago for Hospitality Design’s (HD) CitySCENE: Next Generation Networking event. A special thanks to our sponsors: Aceray, Durkan, Fairmont Designs, Global Allies, Grand Rapids Chair Company, Kravet Contract, Lily Jack, RH Contract, Shaw Hospitality Group, Studio Rendering, Symmons, TOTO,
All photography by Oscar Einzig
On June 3rd, Hospitality Design (HD) magazine celebrated its 11th annual HD Awards at Guastavino’s in New York. Nearly 400 industry professionals were in attendance, celebrating this year’s winners and finalists in both project and the newly created product categories. Thanks to our title sponsors: Durkan, Garden on the Wall, Interiors from Spain, and Samuelson Furniture; event sponsors: HG Arts and Preciosa; and supporting sponsors: Integra Fabrics, Kravet Contract, and Richloom Contract.
All photography by Jeffrey Mosier
More than 10,200 industry professionals gathered at Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas in May for the 2015 Hospitality Design Exposition & Conference (HD Expo)—a 10 percent increase over 2014. Attendees experienced inspiring and innovative booths and products on the 255,000-square-foot show floor, along with a keynote address from Clodagh, nearly 30 stimulating conference sessions on and off the show floor with industry leaders and rising stars, site visits to the Strip’s latest and greatest, and a variety of networking events.
All Photography by Oscar Einzig
We have even more mirrors, surfaces, and upholstered furniture products from our November Guest Editor issue. The array of offerings runs the gamut from contemporary and fresh to vintage and bespoke.View Photos ›
Neutral with flair, rose gold is one of the year’s hottest trends and can easily be incorporated as an accent or focal point in any room, such as with these fixtures, furnishings, and wallcoverings featured in our October issue.View Photos ›
Having emerged to global acclaim from the 1940s to 1970s, Scandinavian design’s allure centers on functional modernism with a minimalist twist. Finding new life in the 21st century, these products from our October issue reinterpret the classic aesthetic with smooth finishes, neutral colors, and sustainable materials.View Photos ›
Whether it’s flatware, cutlery, or a beautiful vase, the right accessories can make a table, changing the vibe of any space. From our October issue, check out even more items that make a table go from drab to fab.View Photos ›