4 -min. read This week, we’re pursuing our hotel #designgoals and ogling the hotels who’re luring travellers in with their dashing looks.
4 -min. read In the latest dispatch from this year’s Ministry of Ideas speakers, we caught up with Jeff Carvalho, MD of Highsnobiety, to get the inside scoop on FOMO in travel, hotel brand loyalty and why a personal chef is the key to going off-grid.
3 -min. read Going green has never looked or sounded so good: in a world emotionally unresponsive to the preconceived ideas of sustainability-obsessed hippies, Food Cabinet has figured out a way to successfully voice food sustainability issues. How, you ask? Sexy marketing language and design-led initiatives – that’s how.
5 -min. read Far more than just the gateway to the Costa Brava, Girona’s blend of Catalan cuisine, medieval architecture and distinct fusion of the old and new are cementing its status as one of Spain’s leading cultural capitals. Kate Hamilton explores a city waiting to be discovered.
7 -min. read Visual language: the brain-ache of high-end travel brands… It’s one of the make-or-break factors that either veers you towards industry domination or demolition. James Davidson explores the importance of meaning and purpose behind a brand’s aesthetic.
2 -min. read Who said contemporary has to mean minimalist? From souped-up classicism to eye-popping maximalism, the younger generation of rebel brands are constantly questioning what ‘the shock of the new’ means today. Emma Love trawls the ‘gram to bring you 2017’s hottest interior design trends.
2 -min. read With a rush of new hotels opening their doors, Amsterdam is having something of a design moment. Here’s our pick of our new favourite places to check in, to check out the Netherlands capital in style.
2 -min. read Radisson Hotels might not usually associated with high design or cutting edge technology, but that’s exactly what they want to achieve with their new lifestyle select brand, Radisson Red.
2 -min. read W Montréal’s recent multimillion dollar refresh has firmly cemented the hotel’s place as the “coolest” in the city. Which was a smart move because there’s competition coming.
10 -min. read Welcome to the insane world of hotel art.