Former magazine stylist Vanessa Scoffier, now of Les Nouveaux Decorateurs, is owner and designer of Hotel Henriette Rive Gauche—a vintage-inspired, Parisian property featured in our August issue.
All photography by Hervé Goluza and Julie Ansiau
Featured in our August issue, the Airland Hotel is a Shenzhen seaside resort recently redesigned with a contemporary coastal vibe by Beijing-based BLVD.
All photography by Pedro Pegenaute
Designed by locally based Studio Marco Piva, the Excelsior Hotel Gallia Milan—a part of the Luxury Collection from Starwood Hotels and Resorts Worldwide—juxtaposes traditional Italian design with contemporary elements.View Photos ›
We featured Soho House design director Vicky Charles in our July People issue. Here’s a few more images from the brand’s latest openings, the Soho Farmhouse in Oxfordshire and the Soho House Istanbul.View Photos ›
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
Nearly 200 industry professionals gathered in April at POV at the W Washington, DC for Hospitality Design’s CitySCENE: Next Generation Networking event. A special thanks to our sponsors: Covington Contract, Durkan, Fairmont Designs, Faulkner+Locke, Global Allies, Kevin Barry Fine Art Associates, RH Contract, Robert Allen Contract, Shaw Hospitality Group, and Vibia.
All Photography by Aaron Clamage
Few trends are as ubiquitous as midcentury modern with its simple, clean lines and geometric shapes. Popularized in the 1930s to 1960s, the timeless Eames chair, hairpin legs, and the uncluttered wood products are all part of an era that never goes out of style.View Photos ›
During HD Expo, the International Interior Design Association (IIDA), in partnership with Hospitality Design (HD) magazine, announced the winners of the 19th annual IIDA/HD Product Design Competition, which honors innovation, functionality, and aesthetics in hospitality exclusive to the show’s exhibitors. Fourteen products, plus a best of competition winner, were chosen by a panel of judges including Meg Prendergast, principal, the Gettys Group; Fabio Grego, director of projects, Hyatt International; and IIDA members Scott Hierlinger, design director, Nelson; and Carlos Posado, principal, Gensler.View Photos ›
Reclaimed wood, worn concrete, encaustic tile, stone, and brick looks dominated this year’s Coverings show, which was held April 14–17th at the Orlando Convention Center. Some 25,000 attendees—a 10 percent increase from last year—turned out to see the latest ceramic and stone tiles from more than 1,000 exhibitors hailing from 41 countries. Following are some of the highlights from the show floor.View Photos ›
Hospitality spaces benefit from the refined style of outdoor furniture that can open up a spa area, pool space, or even add an element of surprise to indoor areas. Durable fabrics, vibrant colors, and innovation make alfresco furniture perfect for any occasion.View Photos ›