Part of the 21 movements, ideas, people, and things catching our attention in our December issue, experience-oriented dining concepts from across the globe.View Photos ›
Expanding on our December look at some of Paris’ new and newly updated hotels, the crisp, singular designs of three of the city’s eateries demonstrate the luminous style only found in the City of Lights.View Photos ›
Tokyo-based architect Sou Fujimoto debuts his first project in Hong Kong with his eclectic interpretation of the lifestyle concept Potato Head. Crafted in collaboration with Jakarta-based hospitality brand PTT Family, the 8,000 square feet of diverse space—including a restaurant, coffee counter, music lounge, and retail venue—is outfitted with contemporary and traditional influences highlighting Indonesian craftsmanship through a modern lens.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 ›
Jason Pomeranc, guest editor of our November issue, names restaurant standouts in three of his favorite citiesView Photos ›
Our October issue showcased inventive restaurant projects, some in unexpected places—from museums to airports. Here are 10 more original dining concepts pushing the envelope.View Photos ›
Nineteen cities, 23 restaurants (and the firms behind them), and an in-depth look at three standouts—here are some of the most deliciously designed new eateriesView Photos ›
Betsy Berry, of B. Berry Interiors, merges Austin style with traditional lowcountry aesthetics at pitmaster John Lewis’ latest outpost in Charleston. Her maiden restaurant project, Berry reinterprets the typical barbecue joint with a warm atmosphere and nods to Lewis’ Lone Star state.
Photography by Andrew Cebulka
Highlights from the June 2016 Sketchbook include a JOI-designed hotel in Frankfurt and ICRAVE's upcoming club for the Dallas Cowboys.View Photos ›
Passionate, creative, driven: meet seven innovative designers.View Photos ›
A chef’s third outpost channels its Brooklyn birthplaceView Photos ›
New York-based designer Glen Coben creates a two-floor Manhattan eatery honoring the life and homeland of chef Gabriel Kreuther.View Photos ›
Helmed by Spanish chef Ricard Camarena, Habitual is located within Valencia’s nearly 100-year-old Colón Market, whose Gaudí-esqe façade is juxtaposed with the modern restaurant, designed by Barcelona-based Francesc Rifé Studio.
Photography by Fernando Alda
Newly opened, the Lot La Jolla is a mixed-use lifestyle destination in San Diego collaboratively designed by Irvine, California-based SMS Architects and Los Angeles-based EZEQUIELFARCA architecture and design.View Photos ›
Located in Chicago’s Wicker Park neighborhood, Scone City is an artisanal bakery that was once a turn-of-the-century dairy barn before its offbeat conversion by locally based 555 International.
All photography by Eric Kleinberg
Swire Hotels turned to Simon Rawlings, creative director of London-based David Collins Studio, to reimagine a former restaurant in Hong Kong’s Pacific Place mixed-use development as the Continental—a refined all-day dining venue.
All photography by Edmon Leong
Inspired by its namesake city, I Love Paris is a restaurant at Charles de Gaulle Airport, where locally based architect and designer India Mahdavi referenced aspects of the Parisian Palais-Royal, such as terrazzo-like flooring, while infusing the space with curvaceous and circular forms.
Photography by Derek Hudson
When the Whitney Museum of American Art outgrew its former home on Manhattan’s East Side, the institution looked to Renzo Piano to conceive a new location in the city’s Meatpacking District that includes a new restaurant, Union Square Hospitality Group’s (USHG) Untitled, a modern eatery with an open-kitchen dining experience.
Photography by Daniel Krieger (interior); Ed Lederman and Nic Lehoux (exterior).
Designed by Toronto-based Studio Munge, Lago is a new Las Vegas eatery in the Bellagio that differentiates itself with a visual concept rooted in Futurism—an early 20th century Italian cultural movement that celebrated industrial progress and modernization.
Photography by Evan Dion
Converted from a former Parisian pub and printing office, Margherita Saint-Germain is a residentially inspired pizza trattoria that was conceived with an artisan aesthetic by interior designer Laura Gonzalez.
All photography by Francis Amiand
The New York office of Wilson Associates transformed Macau Science Center’s conical fifth floor into Le Lapin, a quirky yet sophisticated French restaurant partially inspired by the Chinese zodiac.
All photography by Benoit Florencon
Fast-casual dining is on the rise—and more creatively designed than ever. Here’s a look at a few upcoming and recent additions to the fold, located everywhere from Omaha, Nebraska to Beijing to south central China.View Photos ›
For Campanile Hotels’ new F&B concept, global creative agency UXUS melded natural and playful elements. The first outpost debuted at the brand’s Villepinte, France property, with more pilot locations to roll out across its Paris hotels, and eventually throughout its properties in Europe.
All photography by Kristen Pelou
Located beneath an FDR Drive overpass in Manhattan’s South Street Seaport district, the steel-clad Industry Kitchen from Merchants Hospitality and locally based SHoP Architects was featured in our August issue.
All photography by Paul Johnson and Oleg March
Located in Valenica, Spain, Nozomi Sushi Bar was designed as a contemporary interpretation of authentic sushi restaurants by locally based creative consultancy Masquespacio for owners José Miguel Herrera and Nuria Morell.
All photography by David Rodríguez and Carlos Huecas
Designed by New York-based Roman and Williams, Upland serves California-inspired cuisine by chef Justin Smillie and restaurateur Stephen Star.
Designed by Atlanta-based Johnson Studio, the downtown restaurant breaks from the traditional steakhouse aesthetic with an edgy, yet comfortable design.View Photos ›
Inside the Hyatt Regency Huntington Beach Resort & Spa, EDG Interior Architecture + Design melds rustic and refined in a California-inspired restaurant.View Photos ›
The Barrel House Tavern in Sausalito, California, was the winner in the Casual/Quickserve Restaurant category at the 10th annual HD Awards. The restaurant was designed by San Francisco-based CCS Architecture.View Photos ›
The Musket Room, located in New York, was the winner of the Upscale Restaurant category at the 10th annual HD Awards. Designed by London-based Alexander Waterworth Interiors with architecture by New York-based Shadow Architects, the restaurant’s design reflects the New Zealand chef’s roots, where muskets played an integral part in the country’s history.View Photos ›
Jeffrey Beers International interprets chef Daniel Bouloud’s love of classic French brasseries in a new restaurant at the Venetian Las Vegas.View Photos ›