Archive for the ‘hotel’ category

Le Meridien by David Collins Studio, Seoul – Korea

November 17th, 2017

Employing David Collins Studio’s signature sense of refinement and craftsmanship, Le Meridien Seoul blends Parisian opulence with strong mid-century references. To root the hotel to its location, David Collins Studio drew inspiration from traditional Korean arts and crafts.

MacDonnell Road Hotel by Hands Hospitality Limited, Hong Kong

November 15th, 2017

The new design brief calls for a modern French inspired residential design that is elegant, contemporary and timeless. Due to tight budget, the original marble floor was retained, limiting the choice of color scheme for the new design.

Historic site transformed into luxury hotel by BLINK Design Group, Shanghai – China

November 13th, 2017

Created by Jaya Interior Design and completed by BLINK Design Group, who recently acquired the Jaya interiors team, the directive was to create an ultra-luxury property while preserving the architectural heritage and character of the historic site.

Liberty Hotel by Konrad Knoblauch GmbH, Offenburg – Germany

November 10th, 2017

The planners at Konrad Knoblauch GmbH from Markdorf on Lake Constance showed a strong sense for the needs of the future guests. They managed to incorporate the sensitive heritage of the jail into the new hotel using a light-hearted and tongue-in-cheek approach.

Tide Inn by XYI Design, Qingdao – China

November 2nd, 2017

Tide Inn by XYI Design, Qingdao – China

Hotel Ease of ARTTA Concept Studio, Tsuen Wan – Hong Kong

November 1st, 2017

Hotel Ease explores an Art Deco theme, a movement that has a distinguished style of simple and clean lines with bold geometric forms. This can be seen on the lobby flooring, using black patterned marble arranged in handcrafted planks to create a dynamic look.

The Fleming Hotel renewal, Hong Kong

October 31st, 2017

The duo collaborated with creative multitasker Maxime Dautresme of agency A Work of Substance, and defined a design vocabulary that could be best described as a balanced mix of the neighbourhood’s industrial background and the city’s maritime legacy.

Futuristic hotel by MVRDV at Dutch Design Week 2017, Eindhoven – The Netherlands

October 27th, 2017

(W)ego is a concept for accommodation that can adapt to the different needs of any future inhabitants – whether they be families, students or refugees. Each colourful room is designed to suit a different occupant.

IHG Crowne Plaza by Matthews Mee Ltd., London – UK

October 26th, 2017

Complemented with limed oak & carrara marble sufaces, delicate & elegant fret lazer cut steel screen divide the spaces without creating barriers & provide enticing glimces from one to the next, finished off with bespoke over scaled art work & mirror to add interest & reflect light.

Hoxton Hotel, Paris – France

October 9th, 2017

The palette includes lampe gras lamps, woven metal partitions, and classic 1950s materials such as Formica, referencing not only leading french designers such as Jean Prouvé and Mathieu Matégot, but also two important periods in Parisian history: the late 19th Century and the 1950s.

Lovelace Hotel, Munich – Germany

October 5th, 2017

The Lovelace features just 30 lofty guestrooms and suites on the premises, and these pair many of the structure’s original architectural detailing with plenty of modern comfort. The amenities include comfy Coco-Mat beds with matching organic bed linen, lounge chairs by Vitra, a Sonos sound system, free wifi, and site-specific wall decorations by local artist Florian Süssmayr add a cultural flavour to each pad.

Hyatt Regency Hotel Amsterdam by van Dongen-Koschuch, Amsterdam – The Netherlands

September 29th, 2017

The historic hospital building is transformed as part of a new 211 room hotel. In addition, the building contains all the amenities that one can expect from an international 5-star hotel, with a conference centre, bars, a restaurant with terrace, and accessible spa and fitness facilities.

Citizenm Hotel by Concrete, Taipei – Taiwan

September 28th, 2017

The hospitality format and interior design, created by Amsterdam-based practice Concrete, is similar to the Hotel Chain’s properties across Europe and New York City, featuring design-infused rooms, public spaces and facilities that streer clear from traditional hospitality, and effortlessly evoke a happy vibe.

Hotel Küstenperle by Seel Bobsin Partner, Büsum – Germany

September 20th, 2017

SBP developed site-specific color combinations, textures and materials for the customized “Küstenperle” design concept. The “Büsum” topic is perceptible through the whole house with maritime design quotes, Low German typography and numerous ancient original photos.

Pedras do Mar Resort & SPA by M-arquitectos, Ponta Delgada – Portugal

September 14th, 2017

Both the interior and exterior spaces are protected from harsh weather, the prevailing winds, and sunlight. The Azores, empirically known for having the four seasons in just one day. The local materials – cryptomeria wood and vulcanic basalt stone, greatly responds to the site at issue – both climatic as well as territorial. The Hotel represents all site’s strengths.

Maisonette P155 by Ippolito Fleitz Group, Stuttgart – Germany

September 12th, 2017

The 290 m² have been transformed into a vibrant cabinet of curiosities, filled with mementos and inspirational pieces, which they have collected or sourced on their travels.

One Suite Hotel by 3LHD, Srebreno – Croatia

September 9th, 2017



High quality natural materials have been selected for the interior design: clean lines and lighter colors in accommodation units and darker tones in public spaces. 3LHD cooperated with Prostoria on the furnishing, a large part of the furniture bears the Croatian design signature.

Palo Santo Hotel – the first Green hotel in Argentina by AISENSON Arquitectos, Argentina

September 7th, 2017

Palo Santo’s extensive sustainability program covers energy, water, CO2 and O3, insulation, air and operations. The plants are not only aesthetically pleasing, but they achieve an ecological goal by providing natural insulation for the building against climate extremes, helping to insulate the external head and cold, reducing the impact of the wind and absorbing water excess.

Entertainment Suite by Joyce Wang, Hong Kong

September 6th, 2017

Dedicated to extravagant entertaining, the hotel’s newest and largest suite measures an expansive 2,250 square feet, providing guests with the ultimate retreat for socialising or relaxing.

Akelarre Hotel by mecanismo, San Sebastián – Spain

August 31st, 2017

The careful selection of materials, furniture and the detailed execution distinguish specifically Akelarre Hotel; materials as a nexus between concept, form and function.