Our September issue celebrates projects outside the hospitality realm that push boundaries and set a new inspirational standard. Here, five more diverse environments demonstrate designers’ outside-the-box thinking.View Photos ›
Thompson Hotels has revamped New York’s historic, nine-story Temple Court Building into the new Beekman hotel. The 287-room property’s upgraded interiors come courtesy of London and New York-based Martin Brudnizki Design Studio, which along with architecture by New York’s Gerner Kronick + Valcarcel, honor the legacy of the 1881 landmark structure while repurposing its aesthetic for the future.View Photos ›
Occupying 25 buildings stretching along two major Amsterdam canals, the redesigned Pulitzer hotel boasts a refreshed aesthetic inspired by the structures’ long history. Jacu Strauss, a former senior designer for Tom Dixon’s Design Research Studio, led the endeavor, infusing a historical narrative into the grand fabric of the hotel.View Photos ›
Highlights from the August 2016 Sketchbook include a swank Silicon Valley hotel, a Puccini Group-designed dining concept, and West Elm's collaboration with SpringHill Suites.View Photos ›
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
Nearly 150 industry professionals gathered in Washington, DC at the Mason & Rook Hotel for Hospitality Design magazine’s CitySCENE: Next Generation Networking event. A special thanks to our sponsors: 410 Hogan, Bernhardt Hospitality, Covington Contract, Durkan, Faulkner+Locke, Global Allies, Kevin Barry Fine Art Associates, RH Contract, Robert Allen Contract, Shaw Hospitality, Shelby Williams, and TOTO.
Photography by Aaron Clamage
Some 10,670 industry professionals gathered at Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas in May for the 2016 Hospitality Design Exposition & Conference (HD Expo)—a 4 percent increase over 2015. Attendees experienced inspiring and innovative booths and products on the more than 260,000-square-foot show floor, along with stimulating conference sessions with industry icons, leaders, and rising stars, including a keynote address from Niki Leondakis, and a variety of networking events—a record-breaking turnout in celebration of the show’s 25th anniversary. Save the date: Next year, HD Expo heads back to Mandalay Bay, May 3–5th.
Photography by Oscar Einzig
More than 50 industry professionals gathered on a bus tour in New York during ICFF in May for Hospitality Design’s inaugural SiteSeeing event. Attendees experienced a behind the scenes look of the Time New York, Baccarat Hotels & Residences New York, and the Marmara Park Avenue. A special thanks to our sponsors: Bernhardt Hospitality, Brizo, Durkan, JACLO, Kevin Barry Fine Art Associates, Kravet Contract, P/Kaufmann Contract, Samuelson Furniture, Shaw Hospitality Group, and WALTERS.
Photography by Brienne Walsh
Now in its 11th year of partnership with Bernhardt Design, ICFF Studio at ICFF (part of Hospitality Design magazine’s parent company Emerald Expositions’ Design Group) is a platform for discovering product design talent. Eleven finalists’ prototypes were displayed on the show floor during ICFF in May at the Jacob K. Javits Center in New York. Here’s a look at the designers’ innovative offerings.View Photos ›
From our August issue, upholstered furniture gets an upgrade with fresh takes on retro styles and midcentury forms.View Photos ›
The International Interior Design Association (IIDA), in partnership with Hospitality Design (HD) magazine, announced the winners of the 20th Annual IIDA/HD Product Design Competition during HD Expo in Las Vegas. Seventeen products, including a best of competition winner, were chosen by a panel of judges: Susana Covarrubias, Gensler; Patricia Rotondo, Chipman Design Architecture; and Adam Stover, POPULOUS, all IIDA members.View Photos ›
Striking offerings from a group of top designers, makers, and craftspeople whose innovation knows no bounds.View Photos ›