More from our December issue on the French capital's robust reinvention.
Following a comprehensive overhaul from Le Méridien global director of design Julie Frank and London-based firm Michaelis Boyd, the famed Parisian hotel boldly returns with abstract, midcentury motifs that pay tribute to the City of Light.
Evoking simplicity and luxury, the 20-story Conrad Chicago overlooks renowned shopping area, the Magnificent Mile. Paris-based Pierre-Yves Rochon transformed the interiors into a contemporary, stylish oasis, while San Francisco’s Puccini Group were enlisted to design the hotel’s three dining concepts. Mirroring the architectural heritage of Chicago, the property also stands out with a subtle, midcentury modernism.View Photos ›
Perched high above Manhattan, locally based Bill Rooney Studio has delivered a refined, luxurious retreat with the Fifth Avenue suite. The residential-style accommodation draws its character from the city, boasting a polished, art-filled aesthetic.View Photos ›
Nearly 130 industry professionals gathered in October at the Faena Hotel Miami Beach for Hospitality Design (HD) magazine’s CitySCENE: Next Generation Networking event. A special thanks to our sponsors: Carnegie, Global Allies, RH Contract, Shaw Hospitality Group, Simmons, Studio Twist, Symmons, TransCeramica, Vaughan Benz, and Vibia.
Photography by Luis Arturo Mora
More than 200 industry professionals gathered in September at the Thompson Toronto rooftop for Hospitality Design (HD) magazine’s CitySCENE: Next Generation Networking event. A special thanks to our sponsors: Durkan, Fabricut Contract, Global Allies, Kevin Barry Fine Art Associates, Kravet Contract, RH Contract, Shaw Hospitality Group, Symmons, Vibia, and Villeroy & Boch.
Photography by Harry Choi Photography
Nearly 400 industry professionals gathered in September at the William Vale Hotel in Brooklyn, New York for Hospitality Design’s CitySCENE: Next Generation Networking event. A special thanks to our sponsors: Architectural Systems, Inc., Brizo, Decolav, Durkan, Fabric Innovations, Fairmont Designs, Global Allies, HG Hospitality, Kravet Contract, RH Contract, Shaw Hospitality Group, Simmons, Villeroy & Boch, and Williams-Sonoma.
Photography by Jeffrey Mosier
Nearly 200 industry professionals attended Hospitality Design’s (HD) magazine’s fourth annual NextGen Forum event at the newly opened Watergate Hotel in Washington, DC in June. Thanks to our sponsors: Aceray/Emu, Alger-Triton, Bernhardt Hospitality, Carnegie, CF Kent, Crypton, D’style, Delta, Durkan, Fabric Innovations, Fabricut Contract, Global Allies, HG Arts, Integra Fabrics, Interface Hospitality, JACLO, JLF Collections, Kevin Barry Fine Art Associates, Kohler, Kravet Contract, Lexmark+Northwest Hospitality Carpets, Lily Jack, Nourison Hospitality, P/Kaufmann Contract, Porcelanosa, Preciosa, RH Contract, Samuelson Furniture, Shaw Hospitality, Studio Twist, and TOTO.
Photography by Aaron Clamage
Greenery, the color authority’s choice for 2017, evokes hopefulness, a connection to nature, and speaks to our ideas of renewal, offering a refreshing, energetic feeling.View Photos ›
From playful 3D effects to a velvet revival, seven trends making an impact as we enter 2017.View Photos ›
A follow-up to our November issue, seven wallcoverings to make any space unique.View Photos ›
From lighting to tiles, five more products from our October issue embodying green design.