At Cape Town’s boutique hair and nail salon and treatment spa serenity meets glamour thanks to locally based architecture firm ARRCC who injected the small space with contemporary materials, elegant finishes, and bespoke touches for an elevated luxury experience.View Photos ›
From our February interview with Generator Hostels CEO Fredrik Korallus, four of the brand's DesignAgency-crafted European outposts that elevate hostels as we know them.View Photos ›
Formerly the iconic New York Life Insurance Building, Kimpton’s latest Chicago property—spanning 293 guestrooms and 15 stories—embraces the timeless elegance of its original design thanks to architecture by Los Angeles-based Gensler, minimalist modern interiors from Los Angeles firm Beleco, and a new restaurant by New York’s Parts and Labor.
From our January 2017 issue, Lodging Econometrics paints a development picture in terms of global growth by market and chain scale.
Graphics by Ashlie Brazelton
Located on the Greek island of Crete, the Olive Green Hotel honors the natural beauty and traditions of the picturesque locale. With the concept created by designer Alina Tsolakakis and hotel managing director Lefteris Karatarakis, the eco-friendly property embraces minimalism in harmony with the purity of the surrounding environment.View Photos ›
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.
More from our December issue on the French capital's robust reinvention.
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 ›
Part of the 21 movements, ideas, people, and things catching our attention in our December issue, groundbreaking tech innovations from across the globe.View Photos ›
Part of the 21 movements, ideas, people, and things catching our attention in our December issue, four dynamic museums from across the country.View Photos ›
Part of the 21 movements, ideas, people, and things catching our attention in our December issue, striking hotel concepts from across the globe.View Photos ›
Part of the 21 movements, ideas, people, and things catching our attention in our December issue, some experience-oriented wellness concepts from across the globe.View Photos ›
Curated by SIXTY Hotels’ Jason Pomeranc, November’s New Icons issue featured 17 visionaries who are redefining the past, present, and future of their industries. We’ve gathered together more inspirational images of the projects and concepts of a few from that select group.View Photos ›
Housed within a striking 19th century Gothic structure, Soho House has unveiled its latest outpost in Barcelona’s historic Duke of Medinaceli Square. Conceived by Soho House founder Nick Jones, in-house design team managing director Vicky Charles, and European design director James Waterworth, the upscale house channels both old and new European and Catalan principles.View Photos ›
HBA, led by David T’Kint, partner in the firm’s Dubai office, teamed up with AvroKO, PLP Architecture, Richmond International, and Tihany Design to craft the ultra-luxurious Four Seasons Hotel Abu Dhabi at Al Maryah. The stately resort spans 34 stories and 200 guestrooms complete with Middle Eastern-inspired design.View Photos ›
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 ›
A Hong Kong firm’s stripped down approach to luxury
Photography by Matteo Carcelli and courtesy of Design Systems
A bayside location for Aman’s second Japanese property
Photography by Sohei Oya for Nacasa & Partners
A resort-style hotel in Shenzhen
Photography courtesy of Cheng Chung Design