In our Jan/Feb issue, we explored nine under the radar cities that are quickly becoming hospitality hotbeds. Click through for more photos from these growing destinations.View Photos ›
New York-based SPAN Architecture juxtaposes a hotel’s Times Square location with a design inspired by nature and neon.View Photos ›
Designed by Atlanta-based Johnson Studio, the downtown restaurant breaks from the traditional steakhouse aesthetic with an edgy, yet comfortable design.View Photos ›
The American Club in Kohler, Wisconsin was built in 1918 to house immigrant workers of the Kohler Co. and was restored and refurbished as a luxurious hotel in 1981. Today, the 241-room resort, which houses the 55-room Carriage House annex, maintains its AAA Five Diamond status in part due to innovative designs by Kohler.View Photos ›
More than 100 industry professionals came together in October at Dirty Habit in San Francisco’s Hotel Palomar for Hospitality Design’s (HD) CitySCENE: Next Generation Networking event. Thank you to our sponsors: Carnegie Fabrics, Designtex, Global Allies, HF Collection, Metrie2, Móz Designs, RH Contract, Shaw Hospitality Group, and Sonite.View Photos ›
More than 450 industry professionals came together in October at the Bowery Hotel in New York for Hospitality Design’s (HD) CitySCENE: Next Generation Networking event. Thank you to our sponsors: Allermuir, Carnegie Fabrics, Durkan, Fabric Innovations, Fairmont Designs, Global Allies, RH Contract, Shaw Hospitality Group, Shelby Williams, Studio Rendering, and Vibia.View Photos ›
More than 150 industry professionals came together in September at the SLS South Beach for Hospitality Design’s (HD) CitySCENE: Next Generation Networking event held during HD Americas. Thank you to our sponsors: Global Allies, Kohler, Metrie2, RH Contract, Robert Allen Contract, Shaw Hospitality Group, Stylmark, Tiger Leather, and Vibia.
Leading industry professionals headed to Miami Beach in September for HD Americas, a conference and tradeshow focused on the Latin American and Caribbean markets. Attendees experienced panels on the emerging region—including the signature Owners’ Roundtable—a show floor filled with exhibitors showcasing their newest products, and various networking opportunities. Next year, the event will be part of Design Americas, an exciting new show catering to the hospitality, contract, residential, and retail design markets, September 16-17th at the Miami Beach Convention Center.
Cersaie, Italy’s top ceramic tile show, took place in Bologna, Italy this past September. Here’s a look at the new and growing tile trends showcased at the exhibition.View Photos ›
A hospitality project isn’t complete without a tranquil bathroom setting. These sleek, functional, and thoughtfully designed products highlight how to craft a relaxing, multipurpose bathroom.View Photos ›
Hanging from the ceiling or placed on a side table, lighting can change the atmosphere of any room, adding drama, energy, or tranquility.