5 BRANDS REBELLING FOR A SUSTAINABLE FUTURE

26
Mar
2019
5 BRANDS REBELLING FOR A SUSTAINABLE FUTURE

3 -min. read In a new age of consumer activism brands have to find their cause and take a stand. Check out how our rebel Collective are pursuing purpose and wearing their sustainable ideals on their sleeves.

Image from the series Plástico, filmed by Coke Bartrina; art direction Nuria Val / original concept by Pepi de Boissieu
17
May
2018
INFLUENCE: PLASTIC IS NOT FANTASTIC

6 -min. read Plastic: it’s by far the most concerning threat to the environment – one that’s not gone unnoticed by influencers and the industry’s most forward-thinking hoteliers. Get inspired by the visionaries who are taking action to right the world’s previous wrongs and build a more sustainable future.

Amanyangyun
26
Jan
2018
3 NEW CHINESE HOTELS AND TRENDS TO WATCH IN 2018

4 -min. read China’s new hotels on the scene are open books when it comes to hospitality trends. Get an insider’s peek with Nancy Huang on China’s hottest newbies on the hotel block and her reader’s digest of where they’re are heading in 2018.

09
Oct
2017
BE GOOD: HOW TO TRULY EARN THE TITLE OF ‘DESIGN HOTEL’

4 -min. read Taipei’s Play Design Hotel shows wannabe ‘design hotels’ how it’s really done by telling the story behind that chair you’re sitting on…

Katamama Bricks
11
Sep
2017
Be Good: How 1.8 Million Hand-Pressed Bricks Became a Symbol of Social Responsibility

4 -min. read Be Good is a new series that looks behind the buzzwords of conservation and social responsibility, uncovering stories from travel projects that are, simply, doing the right thing. This week: how design-led Bali hotel Katamama saved the fate of a village with 1.8 million hand-pressed bricks.

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