4 -min. read This week, we’re pursuing our hotel #designgoals and ogling the hotels who’re luring travellers in with their dashing looks.
8 -min. read From plastic cactus coat stands to inflatable swans, kitschness is enjoying a renaissance. James Davidson investigates what, to us, is so beautiful about bad taste, and how hospitality brands could harness this to their advantage.
7 -min. read Creating a sense of place: far from following the emerging trend of generically revamping old buildings, in today’s market, a hotel’s architecture and design must live and breathe their own story and style, and ignite real passion in us. Because when it comes to people, it’s all about integrity.
5 -min. read Designing a hotel is something of a rite of passage to architecture’s hall of fame. Here are three architects hoteliers should add to their shortlist.
2 -min. read After years and years of speculation, the historic TWA Terminal at John F. Kennedy International Airport will be transformed into the 505-room TWA Hotel.
3 -min. read We always knew that The Beekman, Thompson Hotels’ third property for New York City, would be stunning; but walking through the hotel had us wowing all over the place.