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Hospitality Designs from Shanghai - Inspirations from Across the World
Asia, Hotel Interior Design

Hospitality Designs from Shanghai – Inspirations from Across the World

Hospitality Designs from Shanghai is the next stop in our inspirational journey across the world! Having already covered London, Paris and New York City, it is now high time for Shanghai to shine! Shanghai is one of the few cities in the world that evoke history, excess, glamour, mystic and exotic promise. The city’s period of greatest cosmopolitan excess – the 1920s and 1930s – left the city with splendid examples of art deco buildings, most of which survived the vicissitudes of the 20th century.

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1.B+H Architects

Hospitality Designs from Shanghai - Inspirations from Across the World

Hospitality Designs from Shanghai - Inspirations from Across the World

B+H is another design giant that chose Shanghai as one of the places to establish an office as well as take on several interior design projects. B+ H has a wide range of activities for establishments such as workplaces, healthcare, hospitality, residential, retail, among many more.

2.hcreates

Hospitality Designs from Shanghai - Inspirations from Across the World

INSPIRED BY THE LOOK – SEQUOIA BIG SIDE TABLE

Hospitality Designs from Shanghai - Inspirations from Across the World

INSPIRED BY THE LOOK – SEQUOIA BIG SIDE TABLE

Hospitality Designs from Shanghai - Inspirations from Across the World

hcreates is an award-winning interior design studio based in Shanghai, China. They have been designing projects across Asia since 2010. hcreates collaborates with like-minded clients to design spaces that stimulate and inspire. hcreates are well-known for their restaurant, bar, and office designs and take on a variety of projects from health and wellness to retail.

3.HWCD

Hospitality Designs from Shanghai - Inspirations from Across the World

INSPIRED BY THE LOOK – YOHO STOOL

Hospitality Designs from Shanghai - Inspirations from Across the World

INSPIRED BY THE LOOK – YOHO STOOL

Hospitality Designs from Shanghai - Inspirations from Across the World

HWCD is also known as Harmony World Consultant and Design is an international design company with head offices in Shanghai, London and Barcelona. The design company works on a wide range of design projects, both residential, commercial and art consulting.

4.Jemo Design

Hospitality Designs from Shanghai - Inspirations from Across the World

Hospitality Designs from Shanghai - Inspirations from Across the World

Jemo is an interior design and construction company, operating in the Shanghai area since 2010. Jemo provides a wide range of services to its customers, from the elaboration of the interior design to the final construction and follow-up maintenance. When needed, Jemo can also offer additional services such as branding and consulting.

5.Kokai Studios

Hospitality Designs from Shanghai - Inspirations from Across the World

INSPIRED BY THE LOOK – SAKI WALL LIGHT

Hospitality Designs from Shanghai - Inspirations from Across the World

INSPIRED BY THE LOOK – SAKI WALL LIGHT

Hospitality Designs from Shanghai - Inspirations from Across the World

Kokaistudios consists of a company first created by Italian architects Filippo Gabbiani & Andrea Destefanis in 2000, which would later evolve with the creation of a Shanghai office in 2002. Their aim is to create design projects that add a positive element to the environment and social fabric of the location of said challenge, be it through architecture, urban renewal, hospitality, retail, among others.

6.HKS Inc

Hospitality Designs from Shanghai - Inspirations from Across the World

Hospitality Designs from Shanghai - Inspirations from Across the World

Since 2010, their Shanghai studio has an approach with several state-of-the-art design methods regarding their challenges. This is a company with many types of clients, and aside from commercial, hospitality and private residences, they also have aviation, education, government, and sports clientele in their portfolio.

7.Neri & Hu

Hospitality Designs from Shanghai - Inspirations from Across the World

Hospitality Designs from Shanghai - Inspirations from Across the World

Lyndon Neri and Rossana Hu are the creators of this multitasking company, able to provide several services in areas such as architecture, master planning, branding/graphic design, and also in the design of interiors, furniture and other relevant products. Among some of their most relevant works, we can enumerate the restoration of a Shanghai theatre from the 30s, creating a hotel at the former headquarters of the Japenese army, and most recently, creating “The Unfolding Village” for the Stockholm Furniture Fair 2019.

8.Roomoo Design Studio

Hospitality Designs from Shanghai - Inspirations from Across the World

Hospitality Designs from Shanghai - Inspirations from Across the World

RooMoo Design Studio, founded in Shanghai, is based on a definite relationship between architecture, interior and product design, which has been a driving force to create projects with subtle transitions between these disciplines.  They pursue the integrity and the quality of the design from the beginning of a project until accomplishment.

9.Steve Leung Design Group

Hospitality Designs from Shanghai - Inspirations from Across the World

Hospitality Designs from Shanghai - Inspirations from Across the World

Founded in 1997 by Steve Leung, a renowned architect, interior and product designer, SLD has grown to become one of the largest interior design groups with over 500 employees. Their strong and experienced design and decoration teams provide quality and professional services to clients in Greater China and other parts of the world.

10.Vudafieri Saverino Partners

Hospitality Designs from Shanghai - Inspirations from Across the World

Hospitality Designs from Shanghai - Inspirations from Across the World

Vudafieri-Saverino Partners is a creative atelier whose work ranges from architecture and interior design to retail, hospitality and restaurant design. Based in Milan and Shanghai, the Studio, founded and run by architects Tiziano Vudafieri and Claudio Saverino, in its twenty-year career has developed projects in almost every country and continent, always adopting an attentive approach to face the major issues of the contemporary culture, city, landscape and society.

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Wellness Spas, 20 Wonderful Getaways For The Ultimate Pampering
Hotel Interior Design, Luxury Hotels

Wellness Spas, 20 Wonderful Getaways For The Ultimate Pampering

Wellness spas have been popular in travelling for quite some time, however, this new world situation, a pandemic that left us all at home, has left us with a greater need to be connected with nature and to get a breath of fresh air after months at home, that increased our stress and strained, even more, our muscles, so we are all seeking the relief a spa can provide. We gathered a few escapades to help you find your zen and nirvana, which are also top choices by Forbes Travel Guide. Discover more Wellness Trends 2021 – Discover Top Spa Design Ideas by clicking here!

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1.Four Seasons Hotel Philadelphia at Comcast Center

Wellness Spas, 20 Wonderful Getaways For The Ultimate Pampering

The Spa at the Four Seasons Philadelphia is located on the 57th floor. The spa is crystal-themed and is able to create a peaceful and serene retreat, providing services like the Crystal & Sounds Energy Healing — which includes balancing stones as souvenirs — and a crystal oil massage. In the wellness spa, we can also find the infinity pool overlooking Philadelphia with panoramic floor-to-ceiling windows.

INSPIRED BY THE LOOK – PEARL PILLOW

Wellness Spas, 20 Wonderful Getaways For The Ultimate Pampering

INSPIRED BY THE LOOK – PEARL PILLOW

2.Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok

Wellness Spas, 20 Wonderful Getaways For The Ultimate Pampering

Located alongside the banks of the Chao Phraya River, the Oriental Spa is a gorgeous luxury getaway. It is surrounded by beautiful scenery, situated within a lovingly restored teak structure with Buddhist sculptures, antique furnishings and Thai silks, offering ten private treatment rooms, five spa suites with steam and vitality pools and two rooms designed for facial treatments. This is the best place to get a Thai massage.

3.Esperanza, Auberge Resorts Collection

Wellness Spas, 20 Wonderful Getaways For The Ultimate Pampering

At this verdant Los Cabos haven, each treatment room comes with a shaded garden patio so you can linger with a fruity agua fresca. Save time for the rejuvenating pasaje de agua, a water therapy circuit that includes a warm pool, steam caves and a cool rinse. The Esperanza Spa offers full-body pampering: a hair and scalp treatment, massage and reflexology.

4.The Post Oak Hotel at Uptown Houston

Wellness Spas, 20 Wonderful Getaways For The Ultimate Pampering

Being the only five-star spa in Houston, it differentiates itself with the most progressive services such as in-skin facial machine: using air massage, microdermabrasion, oxygen, LED therapy, radiofrequency and electroporation to leave you radiant. This immune recovery message, boosts our natural immunity with eucalyptus, tea tree, pine and lavender scents, with anti-viral properties.

INSPIRED BY THE LOOK – BEMBA RUG

Wellness Spas, 20 Wonderful Getaways For The Ultimate Pampering

INSPIRED BY THE LOOK – BEMBA RUG

5.Mandarin Oriental Wangfujing, Beijing

Wellness Spas, 20 Wonderful Getaways For The Ultimate Pampering

The Spa at the Mandarin Oriental Wangfujing has a mosaic-tiled steam room, themed suites, a gym featuring top-notch equipment, a tea lounge and a wide range of original treatments. The treatments cover petal-infused foot baths, taking inspiration from Ancient China and the Silk Road, privileging natural ingredients, such as quartz, honey and olive oil, alongside products from leading wellness brands, including Natura Bissé, Venus Freeze Plus wrinkle-reduction system and Aromatherapy Associates.

6.Eau Palm Beach Resort & Spa

Wellness Spas, 20 Wonderful Getaways For The Ultimate Pampering

This amazing spa has a beachfront location, with champagne and cupcakes, bright and sunny hues, a self-centred garden with dipping pools, hanging chairs and cabanas for post-treatment lounging. The Eau Palm Beach Resort & Spa offers a scrub and polish bar to bring some of the wellness homes, and the guests are able to customise their own blends using ingredients such as vanilla, citrus, ginger and eucalyptus.

7.Montage Kapalua Bay Spa

Wellness Spas, 20 Wonderful Getaways For The Ultimate Pampering

The Spa Montage Kapalua Bay makes the most of its natural tropical surroundings by bringing relaxation outdoors. Spa Montage features indoor as well as outdoor therapy rooms, waterfalls and relaxation lounges, along with a lap pool and fitness programs. Surrender to the rhythmic strokes of the lomi lomi massage. The Hawaiian treatment takes place in an outdoor hale so you can feel the fresh air caress your skin.

8.Rosewood Mayakoba

Wellness Spas, 20 Wonderful Getaways For The Ultimate Pampering

Sitting on its own island and filled with tropical plants and palms, this stunning spa in Mexico’s Riviera Maya is a jungle fantasy. Stroll the grounds and you’ll find a lounging area or small waterfall hiding behind thick foliage, along with a cenote. Drawing on Mayan medicine, the Itzam Herbal Cure starts with energy cleanse using copal incense. Then a healing clay incorporating plants from the onsite garden is slathered on and you’re wrapped in a local plant-based fabric.

9.Mandarin Oriental, Hyde Park, London

Wellness Spas, 20 Wonderful Getaways For The Ultimate Pampering

One peek at the floral walls reveals that traditional Chinese fashion and symbolism inspired Adam D. Tihany on his recent redesign of this contemporary spa. The excellent facilities include an amethyst crystal steam room, a sanitarium, a vitality pool and a Zen colour therapy area. Spread across two floors of the luxurious Knightsbridge hotel, the spa incorporates a colour therapy area, amethyst crystal steam room, mineral vitality pool and a total of eight treatment rooms where guests can enjoy expert therapies such as hot stone massages and anti-ageing facials using some of the best skin care products available.

10.Stein Eriksen Lodge Deer Valley

Wellness Spas, 20 Wonderful Getaways For The Ultimate Pampering

The Spa at Stein Eriksen Lodge has the ultimate ambience with roaring fireplaces and plush sofas. The cosy ambience is comforting both mentally and physically — after all, this mid-mountain retreat was designed to soothe sore muscles after a long day of skiing, as well as relief from the effects of the resort’s high altitude. Stein’s elegant spa caters to its outdoorsy clientele with services like Mountain Heeling, to revitalize sore legs and feet,  and an anti-inflammatory massage – to alleviate aches and pains. Aside from leaving the skin soft and supple, the Himalayan Salt Stone Massage helps to improve circulation, relieve anxiety and battle insomnia.

INSPIRED BY THE LOOK – MANDALA GOLD PILLOW

Wellness Spas, 20 Wonderful Getaways For The Ultimate Pampering

INSPIRED BY THE LOOK – MANDALA GOLD PILLOW

11.Four Seasons Hotel Montreal Spa

Wellness Spas, 20 Wonderful Getaways For The Ultimate Pampering

Montreal’s sole Five-Star spa is the only place in Canada to offer Kneipp hydrotherapy with a stone path. Walk over the polished stones, which stimulate the foot’s acupressure points, while hot and cold water strengthens the immune system and promote blood flow.

12.Mandarin Oriental Spa, Boston

Wellness Spas, 20 Wonderful Getaways For The Ultimate Pampering

The Spa at the Mandarin Oriental, Boston offers full-body massages, salt scrubs, anti-ageing facials, spa pedicures. Counteract issues brought on by the overuse of electronic devices with Millennial Posture Therapy, a massage combining deep-tissue work, trigger-point therapy and stretching.

13.The Peninsula Tokyo Spa

Wellness Spas, 20 Wonderful Getaways For The Ultimate Pampering

Located on the sixth floor of The Peninsula Tokyo, the spa instantly calms with its modern Japanese décor, warm ambience, top-notch staff and ESPA treatments. Each lavish spa treatment room comes with a shower, yukimi shoji screens and adjustable heated beds. Housed in an airy two-story space, with pool beckons, though the adjacent vitality pool has a balcony that gives a glimpse of the Imperial Palace Gardens. The secret to the Chi Healing ritual lies in the herbs. Mugwort destresses and restores balance, camellia helps with peace of mind and mulberry leaf stimulates circulation.

14.Spa Montage Los Cabos

Wellness Spas, 20 Wonderful Getaways For The Ultimate Pampering

The Spa Montage is the largest spa destination famed for its exhaustively appointed wellness facilities. Pampering includes facials and body treatments, mani and pedicure, romantic couples’ services and vitality experiences that can be enjoyed by the beach or pool. The Mezcal Renewal Massage is a must. Locally made heated herbal poultices are followed by a Mexican friega rubdown using intoxicating orange blossom oil from Lola’s Apothecary. It ends with a sip of mezcal.

15.The Peninsula New York Spa

Wellness Spas, 20 Wonderful Getaways For The Ultimate Pampering

The much-loved Peninsula Spa New York at The Peninsula New York is the only place to try Eastern-influenced signature treatments that were created with The Peninsula Hotel’s Hong Kong roots in mind. The Asian Tea Lounge, glass-enclosed pool, wraparound sun terrace, aromatherapy steam room, sauna, experience shower and ice fountain will make you forget about the bustle below.

16.Kohler Waters Spa

Wellness Spas, 20 Wonderful Getaways For The Ultimate Pampering

Water-based treatments are the speciality at the Wisconsin hotel’s Kohler Waters Spa. Part of the Kohler bath and fixture company, the spa boasts the latest technology, from virtual reality pedicures to VibraAcoustic baths that emit sound waves. Tranquil Tides cleanses and energizes the skin with espresso body mud. After a Vichy shower rinse,  soak in a magnesium-enriched bath and then get a facial.

17.Spa at the Mandarin Oriental, Singapore

Wellness Spas, 20 Wonderful Getaways For The Ultimate Pampering

With six treatment rooms, The Spa at Mandarin Oriental, Singapore is now a soothing retreat that includes two couple’s suites and relaxation lounges with steam rooms and a sauna. The Spa offers everything from massages to custom-tailored facials on the menu. The spa’s pedicure offerings are unique and extensive, using a variety of essential oils to refresh your feet.

18.Spa at The Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong

Wellness Spas, 20 Wonderful Getaways For The Ultimate Pampering

High above the city, The Ritz-Carlton Spa, Hong Kong has one of the most extraordinary views of this vertical destination from its perch on the 116th floor of the luxury hotel. Treatments merge the best state of the art spa experiences found in the west with the traditions of the East. You can’t miss the menu’s signature Lava Shell Body Therapy, where aromatic oils are smoothed into the skin with heated lava shells during the foot and body massage.

19.The Spa at Mandarin Oriental, Miami

Wellness Spas, 20 Wonderful Getaways For The Ultimate Pampering

The Spa at Mandarin Oriental, Miami, a Five-Star spa, is a three-story amazing destination. The décor makes the most of earthy materials, from natural stone to bamboo floors. The six VIP suites occupy the top floor of the spa and include private relaxation rooms, some with personal multi-jet tubs. Offering both holistic and advanced skincare by Biologique Recherche and Miriam Quevedo, the spa entices with one-of-a-kind treatments executed by a team of specialists.

20.Waldorf Astoria Spa Los Cabos

Wellness Spas, 20 Wonderful Getaways For The Ultimate Pampering

Tucked inside Waldorf Astoria Los Cabos Pedregal, Waldorf Astoria Spa Los Cabos is an oceanside retreat within walking distance of Cabo San Lucas’ vibrant downtown. While the accessible location is great for spa and resort guests, its vibe is far from busy and buzzy. Treatments integrate the Mexican folk tradition of curanderismo, or native healers. Refresh and renew with the Restoring Moon ritual, which includes an exfoliation using silk gloves, a mud wrap, a lymphatic massage and pressure point techniques.

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11 Howard Hotel, Bringing Scandinavian Design to the Heart of New York
Boutique Hotels, North America & Canada

11 Howard Hotel, Bringing Scandinavian Design to the Heart of New York

11 Howard Hotel has a Scandinavian inspired style, bringing quality and design into the Soho neighbourhood, creating something that not only is visually stunning but also functional and practical. The 11 Howard Hotel takes sophistication in a new direction, being beautiful on the outside and inside.

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11 Howard Hotel, Bringing Scandinavian Design to the Heart of New York

11 Howard Hotel, Bringing Scandinavian Design to the Heart of New York

11 Howard Hotel, Bringing Scandinavian Design to the Heart of New York

INSPIRED BY THE LOOK – SHERWOOD CENTRE TABLE

11 Howard Hotel, Bringing Scandinavian Design to the Heart of New York

INSPIRED BY THE LOOK – SHERWOOD CENTRE TABLE

11 Howard Hotel, Bringing Scandinavian Design to the Heart of New York

As soon as guests enter the 11 Howard Hotel, they are surrounded by calming natural tones, floral displays and impressive art within the reception, lobby and lounge, creating a welcoming contrast to the hectic and busy streets that surround the hotel. The lobby has a minimalist feel, combining luxurious stones and textures with modern art suspended from the ceiling. The lounge swaps stones and solid surfaces for softer variations of wood, fabric and upholstery, creating a moment of calm and relaxation for guests that want to escape the hectic city life.

11 Howard Hotel, Bringing Scandinavian Design to the Heart of New York

INSPIRED BY THE LOOK – DALYAN BAR CHAIR 

11 Howard Hotel, Bringing Scandinavian Design to the Heart of New York

INSPIRED BY THE LOOK – DALYAN BAR CHAIR 

11 Howard Hotel, Bringing Scandinavian Design to the Heart of New York

11 Howard Hotel, Bringing Scandinavian Design to the Heart of New York

11 Howard Hotel, Bringing Scandinavian Design to the Heart of New York

The restaurant and bar have large arched windows facing Howard Street, displaying vibrant and beautiful colours Focal points have been created with artwork, floral displays and also in the upholstery chosen for these two spaces. These colours, whilst not overwhelming, combine excitement and character into an area that is designed to be social and relaxing. The ambience of the bar changes from the morning daylight to the evening’s sunset, adjusting the mood and setting to the day’s requirements.

11 Howard Hotel, Bringing Scandinavian Design to the Heart of New York

11 Howard Hotel, Bringing Scandinavian Design to the Heart of New York

11 Howard Hotel, Bringing Scandinavian Design to the Heart of New York

INSPIRED BY THE LOOK – BRYCE SIDE TABLE

11 Howard Hotel, Bringing Scandinavian Design to the Heart of New York

INSPIRED BY THE LOOK – BRYCE SIDE TABLE

11 Howard Hotel, Bringing Scandinavian Design to the Heart of New York

11 Howard Hotel, Bringing Scandinavian Design to the Heart of New York

With eleven room options available to guests, there is a size and shape to fit all. The incredible Terrace Suite, with French doors that open out onto a private terrace with breathtaking views of the New York skyline. Consisting of a separate bedroom with two bathrooms, a living space, a full working kitchen and a dining room, the terrace suite is a luxury home away from home. The rooms have been inspired by Danish design, emphasising the quality of the product and the beauty of natural materials. Soft pink pastels drape the crisp white bedsheets, adding serenity and calmness while complimenting the extravagance of gold accessories and rich blue drapery.

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Bar Chairs: 25 Fiercely Designed Chairs that Influence Design Trends
Hotel Interior Design

Bar Chairs: 25 Fiercely Designed Chairs that Influence Design Trends

Bar chairs are the decor items that stand out in bar designs being the centre stage. Bar chairs a type of tall and narrow chair, often have a footrest, that makes them suitable to use at bars and high tables. Their design varies: with or without armrests, backrest, and padding or upholstery on the seat surface. We are going to present bar chairs with designs ranging from modern to classic, eclectic, contemporary and mid-century styles that will fit any project you may have in mind!

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1.MAA Bar Chair by BRABBU

Bar Chairs: 25 Fiercely Designed Chairs that Influence Design Trends

The refined AGRA Bar Table paired with the bespoken MAA Bar Chair and the stunning SAKI Pendant Light suggest a modern hotel bar interior design with clean and straight elegant lines perfect for any hospitality project.

2.Olympe Bar Chair by Collinet

Bar Chairs: 25 Fiercely Designed Chairs that Influence Design Trends

The Olympe Bar chair has a removable seat cushion, upholstered back with welting, a solid beech wood frame and chromed stainless steel footrest.

3.KAROO Bar Chair by BRABBU

Bar Chairs: 25 Fiercely Designed Chairs that Influence Design Trends

This bar design has the KAROO Bar Chair, with a delicate touch and peculiar comfort that help their clients to comfort themselves while having a good time. To complete the room you could add the ARUNA Wall Lights, made by a shell in hammered gold-plated brass and shade in matte lacquer, that will elevate and illuminate the entire space.

4.Carmen Bar Chair by Riflessi

Bar Chairs: 25 Fiercely Designed Chairs that Influence Design Trends

Armchair with cold foamed polyurethane armrests and steel frame. Seat with elastic bands and flexible backrest. Frame integrated into the carcase.

5.NAJ Bar Chair by BRABBU

Bar Chairs: 25 Fiercely Designed Chairs that Influence Design Trends

Marble is a very present interior design trend. If you are looking for a solution to integrate this rock’s impressive pattern in your hospitality project try to start by adding NAJ Bar Chair and NAJ Dining Chairs, fully upholstered in a strong and elegant velvet. You can also add the CYRUS Table Light to transform the place into a comfortable and inviting space.

6.Folk 2946 Bar Chair by Pedrali

Bar Chairs: 25 Fiercely Designed Chairs that Influence Design Trends

Folk collection accentuates the quest for simplicity. Its friendly character, the warmth of ash wood, the soft and compact dimensions, human lines seamlessly convey the concept of a chair that speaks a universal language. The light, durable die-casted aluminium ring, becomes the structural and distinctive element that enables the barstool to be easily disassembled for recycling purposes or to replace its components. The solid ash frame snugly embraces the aluminium ring that holds the seat upholstered in fabric, leather or faux leather. The bent plywood backrest ensures total comfort and cosiness.

7.ZULU Bar Chair by BRABBU

Bar Chairs: 25 Fiercely Designed Chairs that Influence Design Trends

This striking hotel bar interior includes the VELLUM Suspension Light, the AGRA Bar Table, and the ZULU Bar Chair making this contemporary and cosmopolitan design a powerful atmosphere by reflecting BRABBU’s intense way of living.

8.DUKONO Bar Chair by BRABBU

Bar Chairs: 25 Fiercely Designed Chairs that Influence Design Trends

As one of Indonesia’s most active volcanoes, Dukono embodies an unpredictable strength. Just like DUKONO Bar Chair, upholstered in velvet, with legs in black lacquer matte and brushed aged brass details. Place it in modern home decor and watch the DUKONO Bar Chair fill the room with its strong attitude.

9.Denver Bar Chair by Target Point

Bar Chairs: 25 Fiercely Designed Chairs that Influence Design Trends

The Denver Bar Chair comes with adjustable height with basement in painted metal and seat covered in velvet-effect microfiber or Vintage Soft-Touch.

10.Belle Bar Chair by Arrmet

Bar Chairs: 25 Fiercely Designed Chairs that Influence Design Trends

Belle is a collection of chairs and stools designed for contract spaces. It features a round seat and curved, wraparound backrest that embraces the body. Completely upholstered, Belle is customised through its finishes and bases to suit different environments – from restaurants and bars to workplaces. The chair version is available with four wooden or metal legs, a sledge base or swivel base with casters and trestle; the stool with metal legs, a central column with adjustable support or a swivel wooden trestle base.

11.Nº20 Bar Chair by BRABBU

Bar Chairs: 25 Fiercely Designed Chairs that Influence Design Trends

The combination of BRABBU pieces such as the SAKI Wall Light and Pendant Light, the KOI Rug, the Nº20 Bar Chair, and the NAJ Dining Chair, creates a classic yet timeless modern interior design with beautiful gold accents and unique textures sure to dazzle any bar interior project.

12.CAYO Bar Chair by BRABBU

Bar Chairs: 25 Fiercely Designed Chairs that Influence Design Trends

CAYO, an elegant and luxurious bar chair by BRABBU, has its name after the Cuban Cayo Island, a nature wonder with beautiful landscapes and an impressive green sea.

13.KANSAS Bar Chair by BRABBU

Bar Chairs: 25 Fiercely Designed Chairs that Influence Design Trends

Each Spring, from 1866 to 1885, Cowboys rode from Texas to railheads in Kansas. KANSAS Bar Chair is a tribute to their courage. This button-tufted back chair is upholstered in synthetic leather, and has glossy black lacquered legs, making it the perfect addition to any bar decor.

14.Caprice Bar Chair by Cassina

Bar Chairs: 25 Fiercely Designed Chairs that Influence Design Trends

The Caprice/Passion collection of chairs has now been extended by the addition of two new stools. These are characterised by an aluminium stem base, while the seat reflects the features of the Caprice chair and the Passion armchair, respectively.

15.Bitta Bar Chair by Kettal

Bar Chairs: 25 Fiercely Designed Chairs that Influence Design Trends

The Bitta Bar Chair is a lightweight designed chair a part of a wider family collection that is characterised by a combination of aluminium frames.

16.IBIS Bar Chair by BRABBU

Bar Chairs: 25 Fiercely Designed Chairs that Influence Design Trends

Ibis are beautiful birds known for their long slim legs. Just like IBIS Bar Chair, an elegant seating solution. Upholstered in cotton velvet and with legs in ash with walnut stain matte varnish, this bar stool with backrest has an aged brass nailheads trim. It will be the focal point of any bar design.

17.DAVIS Bar Chair by BRABBU

Bar Chairs: 25 Fiercely Designed Chairs that Influence Design Trends

The Davis Sea, located along the coast of East Antarctica, inspired our designers to create DAVIS Bar Chair. Featuring legs in ash with walnut stain matte varnish, this upholstered bar chair with arms will add character and elegance to any modern interior design due to its timeless design.

18.BOURBON Bar Chair by BRABBU

Bar Chairs: 25 Fiercely Designed Chairs that Influence Design Trends

With origins in France, the House of Bourbon was a dynasty known for its class and splendour. BOURBON Bar Chair embodies this grandeur through its button-tufted inner back, rich cotton velvet and legs in ash with walnut stain matte varnish. This fabric chair makes up any refined ambience.

19.Caratos Bar Chair by Maxalto

Bar Chairs: 25 Fiercely Designed Chairs that Influence Design Trends

The Caratos range has grown and is ever-expanding – providing a rich collection of ideas for the most diverse environments. The common thread of each piece is their recognisable die-cast aluminium base.

20.Papilio Bar Chair by B&B Italia

Bar Chairs: 25 Fiercely Designed Chairs that Influence Design Trends

In 2019 Naoto Fukasawa adds a new stool to his iconic “Papilio” series. The design allows both an erect posture and a more relaxed position by resting on one of the wings of the armrest. The formal balance results from the constant thickness of the body and by the profile of the seat, which is sinuous at the top and ends in the light steel frame. Removable covers with metal zip on the back, which becomes a decorative motif.

21.NANOOK Bar Chair by BRABBU

Bar Chairs: 25 Fiercely Designed Chairs that Influence Design Trends

Nanook is the master of bears, the one who decides the luck of the hunters in the Arctic regions. NANOOK Bar Chair blends the beauty and grandiosity of this animal. This bar stool with backrest has a strong presence balanced with the elegance given by the golden nailhead trim and the button detailing on the inner back. It features legs in ash with walnut stain matte varnish.

22.MALAY Bar Chair by BRABBU

Bar Chairs: 25 Fiercely Designed Chairs that Influence Design Trends

The Malay Archipelago whispers the story of diverse cultures such as Indonesia, the Philippines and Singapore. These ethnicities give life to MALAY Bar Chair – a graceful black leather chair with a mystical soul that will fulfil your entire ambience with energy from nature. Enjoy this comfortable chair upholstered in synthetic leather with legs in black lacquered and aged brass details.

23.DALYAN Bar Chair by BRABBU

Bar Chairs: 25 Fiercely Designed Chairs that Influence Design Trends

If Cleopatra was alive today, how would her palace furniture be? This question thrived our design team to create DALYAN Bar Chair. With legs in glossy black lacquer with glossy aged brass details, this synthetic leather bar stool breathes elegance. It is the perfect seating solution for impressive bar decor.

24.Faz Bar Chair by Vandom

Bar Chairs: 25 Fiercely Designed Chairs that Influence Design Trends

The components of the FAZ collection are made by the foldings of their bodies, creating interesting light and shadow effects, having a sculptural image as the result. Inspired in natural faceted mineral forms, integrates pieces made with different materials and technologies.

25.PLUM Bar Chair by BRABBU

Bar Chairs: 25 Fiercely Designed Chairs that Influence Design Trends

PLUM is a throwback to the past with a contemporary touch. With glossy black lacquered legs, this fully upholstered Bar Chair celebrates grandeur and opulence highlighted by the real leather that surrounds it. Place it in bar design and this bar stool with backrest will instantly add a sophisticated feel.

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Hospitality Designs from Paris - Inspirations from Across the World
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Hospitality Designs from Paris – Inspirations from Across the World

Hospitality Designs from Paris is our next inspirational journey across the world! Having already covered two main worldwide cities – London and New York – it is now time for the city of lights to shine bright with its best of the best designers.

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1.Alberto Pinto

Hospitality Designs from Paris - Inspirations from Across the World

INSPIRED BY THE LOOK – DUOMO SQUARE PILLOW

Hospitality Designs from Paris - Inspirations from Across the World

INSPIRED BY THE LOOK – DUOMO SQUARE PILLOW

Hospitality Designs from Paris - Inspirations from Across the World

Alberto Pinto Studio was one of the biggest Icons of French Interior Design that during his life built his works on a mixture of styles. Pinto developed several interior design projects, not only residential but also in hospitality, businesses and even yachts.

2.Charles Zana

Hospitality Designs from Paris - Inspirations from Across the World

Hospitality Designs from Paris - Inspirations from Across the World

Charles Zana is a passionate French Designer and architect who combines art and technique in every one of his projects. Zana designs the best spaces for his clients by establishing systems of habitation that they can easily appropriate. His interiors are structured around people, taking every aspect of their lives into account, and he never imposes a style.

INSPIRED BY THE LOOK – WALES SOFA

Hospitality Designs from Paris - Inspirations from Across the World

INSPIRED BY THE LOOK – WALES SOFA

3.Gilles & Boissier

Hospitality Designs from Paris - Inspirations from Across the World

Hospitality Designs from Paris - Inspirations from Across the World

Gilles and Boissier are a team of interior designers and architects based in Paris and working together since 2004. Over the years they have had projects in some of the world’s top capitals and cities. Patrick Gilles and Dorothée Boissier are partners in life and in design, each one has a specific role and style, but together they form a unified team. If strict lines and a distinctive taste for fine woods can be attributed to Patrick Gilles, Dorothée, on her end, has a way with spatial fluidity, colours, and intuitive elegance.

4.Jacques Garcia

Hospitality Designs from Paris - Inspirations from Across the World

Hospitality Designs from Paris - Inspirations from Across the World

Born in 1947, Jacques Garcia showed a talent for drawing objects of art at a young age. At the age of eight, he built his first structure furnished at his grandparent’s home. Later on, he attended a school of interior design and completed his education in the applied arts. In 2006, he redecorated the Hôtel Odéon Saint Germain in Paris, and he purchased and restored the Château du Champ-de-Bataille in Normandy and undertook to recreate and update the large French formal garden.

5.Jean Philippe Nuel

Hospitality Designs from Paris - Inspirations from Across the World

Hospitality Designs from Paris - Inspirations from Across the World

From a family of architects passionate about design and contemporary creations, Jean-Philippe Nuel graduated as an architect from the École des Beaux-Arts in Paris and quickly made a name for himself by winning several competitions, including an international competition presided over by Kenzo Tange. Very quickly, before turning 30, he had designed a hotel in Paris, its architecture and interior decoration, which would orientate his work towards this sector of activity. A design that is more than just decor, that creates an atmosphere, will become the true identity and the true personality of an establishment.

6.Jean-Louis Deniot

Hospitality Designs from Paris - Inspirations from Across the World

Hospitality Designs from Paris - Inspirations from Across the World

Jean-Louis Deniot has lived and breathed interior design from an early age. His décors are his playground, spaces where spontaneity and magic are present. Recognised worldwide for his eclectic and emblematic interiors, Jean-Louis Deniot plays in a multiplicity of repertoires, never sticking to the purity of style. Deniot uses his travels for inspiration, for nodding to past time periods and refined colours palettes, turning into the reason why he has been booked for an endless list of impressive projects.

INSPIRED BY THE LOOK – AURUM WALL LIGHT

Hospitality Designs from Paris - Inspirations from Across the World

INSPIRED BY THE LOOK – AURUM WALL LIGHT

7.Mathieu Lehanneur

Hospitality Designs from Paris - Inspirations from Across the World

Hospitality Designs from Paris - Inspirations from Across the World

At the forefront of the international design scene, Mathieu Lehanneur is one of the few designers of his contemporaries who can embrace as many different fields beyond furniture. He innovates with objects and magic architectural structures that breathe design, science, art and technology. Air, water, sound and light are his favourite materials to work on. His diploma project at ENSCI – Les Ateliers entitled “Therapeutic objects” – is a project on the ergonomics of medicine, which was immediately integrated into MoMa’s permanent collection.

8.Patrick Jouin

Hospitality Designs from Paris - Inspirations from Across the World

Hospitality Designs from Paris - Inspirations from Across the World

Patrick Jouin is a designer whose creativity finds an expression in industrial design for the decorative arts. With the top manufacturers, Cassina, Kartell, Alessi, Puiforcat, JC Decaux or Fermob, and for exceptional projects, Patrick found a place in the landscape of international design where only a few know how to evolve with both ease and strength as he does.

9.Pierre Yovanovitch

Hospitality Designs from Paris - Inspirations from Across the World

Hospitality Designs from Paris - Inspirations from Across the World

Pierre Yovanovitch is an artist that use traditional french craftsmen to create unique interiors and pieces made of noble materials such as marble, stone, metals or copper. Pierre Yovanovitch was born in 1965 in Nice on the French Riviera. He did not start his career in design but in fashion and worked for the studios of Pierre Cardin between 1990 and 2000 both in Brussels and Paris. His own agency was opened in 2001 under the name of “Pierre Yovanovitch, Interior designer” and worked in France, Belgium, Switzerland, Great Britain, Israel and the USA.

10.Pierre-Yves Rochon 

Hospitality Designs from Paris - Inspirations from Across the World

Hospitality Designs from Paris - Inspirations from Across the World

Pierre-Yves Rochon (PYR) was founded in Paris in 1979 to create interior design solutions for luxury hospitality and residential environments. Every aspect of the guest experience is enhanced by seamless integration of each property’s location, culture and history with its design. Their design achievements deliver award-winning results for major international hospitality brands such as Four Seasons, Ritz-Carlton, Waldorf Astoria, Fairmont, St. Regis, Peninsula, Shangri-La, Sofitel, InterContinental, and numerous boutique hotels.

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5 Countries, 9 Cities – 2021 Best Travel Destinations and Hotels

2021 best travel destinations and hotels are what we are going to be covering today! Showcasing 9 cities in 5 countries, this is going to be a journey you won’t forget! Make sure to remember these names for your next getaway or vacation!

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1.Bali, Indonesia

Bali has a rich diversity and culture and the name alone evokes thoughts of paradise. Almost everything has a spiritual meaning, with hillside temples such as Pura Luhur Batukau and the tallest, and most famous peak, Gunung Agung.

Where to stay:

The St. Regis Bali Resort

5 Countries, 9 Cities - 2021 Best Travel Destinations and Hotels

The recent Forbes-Star-Award-Wining St. Regis Bali Resort has amazing suites and villas that stand out as a captivating oasis with private pools, gazebos and traditional Balinese decorative touches.

INSPIRED BY THE LOOK – VERSAILLES PILLOW

5 Countries, 9 Cities - 2021 Best Travel Destinations and Hotels

INSPIRED BY THE LOOK – VERSAILLES PILLOW

2.Tokyo, Japan

Tokyo is a city that has influences from the past and the future, dazzling its visitors with traditional culture and passion for everything new. Always changing, and with a diverse collection of neighbourhoods, no two experiences of the city are ever the same. Some neighbourhoods feel like a vision from the future, with even taller, sleeker structures popping up each year. Tokyo just recently won 4 hotels worthy of being on Forbes Star-Award Wining Hotels 2021.

Where to stay:

The Prince Gallery Tokyo Kioicho

5 Countries, 9 Cities - 2021 Best Travel Destinations and Hotels

The Prince Gallery opened in July 2016 in the Kioi Tower, using seven of the thirty-six floors of the tower, located in the heart of the Kioicho district. The Prince has a contemporary design that uses Japanese artwork, signature furniture items and luxury materials to create warm, inviting spaces with privileged views of the city.

INSPIRED BY THE LOOK – PLUM ARMCHAIR

5 Countries, 9 Cities - 2021 Best Travel Destinations and Hotels

INSPIRED BY THE LOOK – PLUM ARMCHAIR

3.Cabo San Lucas, Mexico 

Cabo San Lucas has white beaches, sparkling waters and amazing arching stone cliffs at Land’s End that have become the centre of attention for tourists. Cabo San Lucas shares the coastline with San José del Cabo and in the middle two Forbes Award-Winning Stars hotel resorts entered the 2021 list – The Chileno Bay Resort and Residences and Esperanza.

Where to stay:

Esperanza

5 Countries, 9 Cities - 2021 Best Travel Destinations and Hotels

Esperanza is the only private beach resort at Los Cabos; it is the number one choice for celebrities on vacation.

4.Edinburgh, Scotland

Where to stay:

The Balmoral

5 Countries, 9 Cities - 2021 Best Travel Destinations and Hotels

The Balmoral has a classic contemporary design, creating an environment where soaring ceilings, staircases and shimmering chandeliers meet furnishings with floral prints, soft pastel shades and amazing landscape photographs.

5.Philadelphia, United States

Declared a World Heritage City by Unesco in 2015, Philadelphia was at the heart of US colonial and revolutionary history. Excellent museums devoted to the Constitution, the American Revolution and Benjamin Franklin are the must-visit culture spots.

Where to stay:

Four Seasons Hotel Philadelphia

5 Countries, 9 Cities - 2021 Best Travel Destinations and Hotels

The Four Seasons Hotel Philadelphia is located at the Comcast Centre towers, placed on the top twelve floors of Philadelphia’s tallest building. Designed by architect Norman Foster and artistic director Jeff Leatham, the hotel’s design is modern and sleek, with a warm and comfortable feeling.

INSPIRED BY THE LOOK – TELLUS DINING CHAIR

5 Countries, 9 Cities - 2021 Best Travel Destinations and Hotels

INSPIRED BY THE LOOK – TELLUS DINING CHAIR

6.Bluffton, Georgia, United States

Bluffton is located in the city of Savannah, Georgia State. This is a city where people come to indulge in decadent, traditional Southern and soul food, but top chefs are also reimagining things with a ‘New South’ cuisine, where classic themes and ingredients meet innovative preparations.

Where to Stay:

The Montage Palmetto Bluff

5 Countries, 9 Cities - 2021 Best Travel Destinations and Hotels

The Montage Palmetto Bluff is surrounded by rivers, marshes and maritime forests.

7.Houston, Texas, United States

Houston is Texas’ largest city, and the fourth largest city in the entire United States, having the nation’s highest standard of living with diverse residential neighbourhoods and enclaves of restaurants and luxurious shops spread all over the city

Where to Stay:

The Post Oak Hotel at Uptown Houston

5 Countries, 9 Cities - 2021 Best Travel Destinations and Hotels

The Post Oak Hotel is located in Uptown Houston and is redefining the meaning of luxury in the city. Tilman J. Fertitta is the mastermind behind this hotel, and also the person who is raising the hospitality level for all things extravagant in the USA’s fourth-largest city.

8.Seattle, Washington, United States

Seattle is a city that heralds innovation and nature, always marching onwards to the future. It is the home of companies such as Amazon and Starbucks.

Where to Stay:

Four Seasons Hotel Seattle, Washington

5 Countries, 9 Cities - 2021 Best Travel Destinations and Hotels

The Four Seasons Seattle is sophisticated and offers an urbane retreat housed in a modern glass tower next to the Seattle Art Museum.

9.Québec, Canada

Québec truly feels like a country within a country, an island of francophone linguistic and cultural identity within the greater Canadian sea. The rustic allurements of old Québec are scattered among the Eastern Townships, and produce from bucolic Charlevoix graces the tables of the region’s stellar restaurants.

Where to Stay:

Four Seasons Hotel Montreal

5 Countries, 9 Cities - 2021 Best Travel Destinations and Hotels

The Four Seasons Montreal is the destination for foodies, design lovers and world travellers. The opulent building offers a luxury lifestyle with a rose-hued palette in the reception area, suites and corridors.

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Hospitality Designs From London - Inspirations from Across the World
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Hospitality Designs From London – Inspirations from Across the World

Today we are going to explore hospitality designs from London! After exploring how things are done in New York, now is time to give the stage to one’s of the most important cities in Europe: London. This city has been an attraction and inspiration for many architects and designers, is known for its marvellous buildings that represent a wide range of architectural styles across many different historical periods.

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1.Bergman Interiors

Hospitality Designs From London - Inspirations from Across the World

INSPIRED BY THE LOOK – LANKA BEDSIDE TABLE

Hospitality Designs From London - Inspirations from Across the World

INSPIRED BY THE LOOK – LANKA BEDSIDE TABLE

Hospitality Designs From London - Inspirations from Across the World

Marie Soliman and Albin Berglund, founders of the highly revered Bergman Design House, are the design powerhouse that are making waves in London’s, and now the worlds luxury interior and architectural design world. With their passion and talent, they are now designing their way; feeding their creative ambitions, their overly active imaginations and their insatiable enthusiasm for design.

2.BradyWilliams

Hospitality Designs From London - Inspirations from Across the World

INSPIRED BY THE LOOK – DALYAN ARMCHAIR

Hospitality Designs From London - Inspirations from Across the World

INSPIRED BY THE LOOK – DALYAN ARMCHAIR

Hospitality Designs From London - Inspirations from Across the World

Shayne Brady and Emily Williams have created a studio to provide a fully comprehensive bespoke interior design service for both Commercial and Residential clients. BradyWilliams offers an exquisite timeless design. With an emphasis on acute detailing and project management, they challenge the brief and exceed by delivering a product as true to function as it is to form.

3.David Collins Studio

Hospitality Designs From London - Inspirations from Across the World

Hospitality Designs From London - Inspirations from Across the World

Established in 1985 by David Collins, the David Collins Studio is an architectural based consultancy that has redefined luxury interior design on a global scale. The studio has been involved in designing unique projects for a wide range of clients both in the commercial worlds of high fashion as well as the design of some of London’s most loved and revered restaurants, hotels and bars.

4.Elicyon

Hospitality Designs From London - Inspirations from Across the World

Hospitality Designs From London - Inspirations from Across the World

Elicyon is a luxury design studio based in Kensington, London that offers Interior Design, Interior Architecture and Project Management services. Their objective is to create unique and exclusive environments tailored to the individual requirements of their clients, crafted with precision and care, in some of the most desirable, prominent locations in the UK and internationally.

5.Fiona Barratt Interiors

Hospitality Designs From London - Inspirations from Across the World

INSPIRED BY THE LOOK – KOI DINING TABLE

Hospitality Designs From London - Inspirations from Across the World

INSPIRED BY THE LOOK – KOI DINING TABLE

Hospitality Designs From London - Inspirations from Across the World

Fiona Barratt is an award-winning interior designer and one of the UK’s leading figures in the universe of interior design. The designer gets her greatest inspiration from her family since the interest in architecture and design began with her grandfather. Mixing sophisticated neutrals with bursts of accent colours, Fiona Barratt makes the perfect balance in her projects.

6.Kelly Hoppen Interiors

Hospitality Designs From London - Inspirations from Across the World

Hospitality Designs From London - Inspirations from Across the World

With a differentiating signature style and over 40 years of experience, Kelly Hoppen is clearly an icon and one of the most celebrated interior designers in the world. Through the years, she has received multiple awards, been featured in numerous publications and collaborated with several selected brands. Based in London, Hoppen is known for the idea of giving the most personalized and proper interiors for the client’s lifestyle.

7.Nicky Haslam Design

Hospitality Designs From London - Inspirations from Across the World

Hospitality Designs From London - Inspirations from Across the World

Nicky Haslam Design is a leading British interior design firm. Established by prolific interior designer Nicky Haslam, the firm is internationally renowned for its original, glamorous and authoritatively realized commissions.

8.Nina Campbell

Hospitality Designs From London - Inspirations from Across the World

Hospitality Designs From London - Inspirations from Across the World

Nina Campbell is one of the world’s most respected and influential interior designers. She established her company in 1974 as both an interior design practice and a shop selling home treasures from all over the world. Today Nina Campbell, a world-renowned interior designer is known for her stylish interiors, as well as for her collections of fabrics, wallpapers, and accessories.

9.Tara Bernerd and Partners

Hospitality Designs From London - Inspirations from Across the World

Hospitality Designs From London - Inspirations from Across the World

Tara Bernerd is the founder of the established interior architectural practice, Tara Bernerd & Partners. Based in London’s Belgravia, the practice works on an increasingly global platform and prides itself on its intelligent approach to interior space planning and design. Drawing upon contemporary architecture as one of her key sources of inspiration, her designs often favour more industrial elements and finishes, however, possess a masculine elegance that is both warm and seductive.

10.Taylor Howes

Hospitality Designs From London - Inspirations from Across the World

Hospitality Designs From London - Inspirations from Across the World

Taylor Howes is a London-based international luxury interior design company that has built up its reputation for creating interiors of distinction and it is on the list of best UK interior designers. Founded in 1993, the practice has amazing projects all around the world, from the USA to the Middle East.

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The Standard London, Bringing Bright and Bold Colours to Grey London
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The Standard London, Bringing Bright and Bold Colours to Grey London

The Standard London is the first brand’s hotel outside the United States – a hotel brand renowned for its unique take on interior design, style and service. The Standard London is located inside the former Camden Town Hall, an iconic Brutalist landmark in the area, and was designed by Shawn Hausman in collaboration with the Standard Hotel.

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The Standard London showcases a bright and bold colour scheme throughout the interior, inspired by the 1970s, the design team was able to maintain the building’s essence harmonised with the free-spirit vibe so present during the ’70s. The building’s curved cornered windows reverberate throughout the new interior, creating a sense of undulating spaciousness.

The Standard London, Bringing Bright and Bold Colours to Grey London

The Standard London, Bringing Bright and Bold Colours to Grey London

Guests are greeted at the reception by a striking wooden grooved desk in dark and brassy tones, set against a colourful backdrop of teal tiles with graphic detailing by London-based ceramics artist Lubna Chowdhary. A former library, the interior retains the original space’s essence while dramatically transforming its use and style with a rich collection of materials accompanied by a bold colour palette to greet visitors and staying guests.

The Standard London, Bringing Bright and Bold Colours to Grey London

The Standard London, Bringing Bright and Bold Colours to Grey London

INSPIRED BY THE LOOK – LALLAN CENTRE TABLE

The Standard London, Bringing Bright and Bold Colours to Grey London

INSPIRED BY THE LOOK – LALLAN CENTRE TABLE

The bar and lounge areas showcase an intense and whimsical relationship with materials. Layers have been built up across all aspects of the spaces, from the walls ornamented in colourful fabrics and weave, matched alongside stunning mosaic tile work carrying a vast display of colours that spreads from the bar, across onto the floor. Diverging wooden fretwork panels cover the ceiling, helping to define individual spaces within the interiors, lowering the ceiling to create an intimate atmosphere presented with an excentric Mid-Century Modern flair.

The Standard London, Bringing Bright and Bold Colours to Grey London

INSPIRED BY THE LOOK – NANOOK BAR CHAIR

The Standard London, Bringing Bright and Bold Colours to Grey London

INSPIRED BY THE LOOK – NANOOK BAR CHAIR

The Standard London, Bringing Bright and Bold Colours to Grey London

Colour extends into the hotel’s guest rooms and suites, each fitted with a flecked cobalt-blue carpet and vibrant red wardrobes; the shapes of the doors and handles reverberate the irregular shapes and styling seen throughout the Standard London‘s decor. The rooms preserve the original concrete ceilings, painted white and highlight the structures iconic windows with plum-coloured upholstered seating following the building’s instantly recognisable curved façade. Artwork in its own right, the bedding pulls together the room’s bold colour choices with a contemporary plaid design.

The Standard London, Bringing Bright and Bold Colours to Grey London

INSPIRED BY THE LOOK – NIKU PENDANT LIGHT

The Standard London, Bringing Bright and Bold Colours to Grey London

INSPIRED BY THE LOOK – NIKU PENDANT LIGHT

The Standard London, Bringing Bright and Bold Colours to Grey London

The Standard London has 266 rooms and suites, three restaurants, a street-facing bar and restaurant – Double Standard, the Decimo, a restaurant located on the 10th floor with floor-to-ceiling windows, providing privileged views of London’s skyline and is only accessible by the iconic exterior red-pull lift. On the ground floor, The Library Lounge was built on the once Camden Council Library. Right next to it is the Sounds Studio & Sometimes Radio, with a broadcast recording venue that has an open window that acted as a public stage for the hotel guests.

The Standard London, Bringing Bright and Bold Colours to Grey London

The Standard London, Bringing Bright and Bold Colours to Grey London

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Hospitality Designs from New York – Inspirations from Across the World

Hospitality Designs from New York is today’s topic. We are going to do a series of articles on hospitality designs across the world and we decided to start with the city that never sleeps.

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1.Champalimaud Design

Hospitality Designs from New York - Inspirations from Across the World

Hospitality Designs from New York - Inspirations from Across the World

Champalimaud Design is known for creating some of the most renowned hospitality and private projects in the world. Founded by Alexandra Champalimaud, the top design studio has dedicated its existence to expressing the individual character of each space through extraordinary design. They have been able to manage and accomplish many collaborations with top clients to create some of the world’s most distinctive properties, transforming context and heritage into compelling stories and experiences.

INSPIRED BY THE LOOK – GOBI RUG

Hospitality Designs from New York - Inspirations from Across the World

INSPIRED BY THE LOOK – GOBI RUG

2.Deborah Berke

Hospitality Designs from New York - Inspirations from Across the World

Hospitality Designs from New York - Inspirations from Across the World

Deborah Berke is the leader of Deborah Berke Partners, an architecture and interior design firm of more than 60 people who share a goal: to create buildings and spaces that are poised between background and foreground. The presence of architecture is in a constant balance with the forces of life. Their design work is often described as having a refined, elegant aesthetic, but we like to think of it as being both bold and subtle at the same time.

INSPIRED BY THE LOOK – KANSAS BAR CHAIR

Hospitality Designs from New York - Inspirations from Across the World

INSPIRED BY THE LOOK – KANSAS BAR CHAIR

3.Stonehill & Taylor Architects

Hospitality Designs from New York - Inspirations from Across the World

Hospitality Designs from New York - Inspirations from Across the World

Stonehill Taylor is a hospitality-focused architecture and interior design firm, based in New York City. For each project, the firm seeks out the essence of the location and the client’s vision for a unique and inspired approach. The firm’s high-profile portfolio ranges from interior design and renovation to new building construction, adaptive reuse and historic preservation projects. Stonehill Taylor is a hospitality-focused architecture and interior design firm, based in New York City. For each project, the firm seeks out the essence of the location and the client’s vision for a unique and inspired approach. The firm’s high-profile portfolio ranges from interior design and renovation to new building construction, adaptive reuse and historic preservation projects.

INSPIRED BY THE LOOK – LANKA BEDSIDE TABLE

Hospitality Designs from New York - Inspirations from Across the World

INSPIRED BY THE LOOK – LANKA BEDSIDE TABLE

4.Jeffrey Beers International

Hospitality Designs from New York - Inspirations from Across the World

Hospitality Designs from New York - Inspirations from Across the World

Jeffrey Beers International is a top design firm that is positioned in the intersection between art and intelligence. By combining the artist’s technique and exploration with an understanding of the client’s vision, JBI’s team strategically plans and creates engaging spaces that are also successful businesses.

5.Jonathan Adler

Hospitality Designs from New York - Inspirations from Across the World

Hospitality Designs from New York - Inspirations from Across the World

Jonathan Adler is a potter, designer and author. He owns a design company that’s dedicated to bringing ‘grooviness to your home’ with pottery, furniture, rugs, stationary, etc. Creating lavish interiors for venues including the Parker Palm Springs Hotel and Planet Hollywood Las Vegas. Adler launched his first ceramic collection in 1993 at Barneys New York, and five years later he expanded into home furnishings, opening his first namesake boutique in Manhattan. Adler’s inspirations have come from Mid-century modern, art and global pop culture.

6.MARK ZEFF

Hospitality Designs from New York - Inspirations from Across the World

Hospitality Designs from New York - Inspirations from Across the World

MARK ZEFF is a prestigious architecture and design firm that focuses on innovation and originality within every project. Founded in 1985 by Mark Zeff, the firm has created extraordinary settings on a worldwide level. Based in Brooklyn, the company specialises in a large spectrum of work from luxury residential, to hospitality and retail to high-end real estate development.

7.Meyer Davis Studio

Hospitality Designs from New York - Inspirations from Across the World

Hospitality Designs from New York - Inspirations from Across the World

Meyer Davis Studio Inc. is a globally recognised New York City-based top design boutique specialising in residential, hospitality, retail, and workplace environments. Founded in 1999 by Will Meyer and Gray Davis, the firm has established itself at the forefront of high end commercial and residential design practices, throughout the U.S. and abroad. The top designers consider each new project an opportunity to bring a unique and powerful story to life. Playing with space, form, texture, and light, they develop a visual experience that seeks to compel and inspire.

8.Oda New York

Hospitality Designs from New York - Inspirations from Across the World

Hospitality Designs from New York - Inspirations from Across the World

ODA Architecture is a New York-based Design Firm, founded in 2007. Known for revitalising and creating stunning projects in the New York District, ODA Architecture has been responsible for some top design projects, such as the Arbuckle Sugar Refinery in Brooklyn or the redesign of Rotterdam’s post office building.

9.Rockwell Group

Hospitality Designs from New York - Inspirations from Across the World

Hospitality Designs from New York - Inspirations from Across the World

Founded in New York in 1984 by one of the top interior designers and architects David Rockwell, the Rockwell Group creates the most extraordinary designs all around the world. The group of over 250 people with offices in New York, Madrid and Shanghai specialises in a wide array of work from luxury hospitality, cultural, and healthcare projects, to educational, product, and set design.

10.Studio V

Hospitality Designs from New York - Inspirations from Across the World

Hospitality Designs from New York - Inspirations from Across the World

Studio V is a Top Architecture Studio from New York. This top studio design injects new life into the structures, combining contemporary architecture and creativity with exacting historic rehabilitation. As they display on their official website, Studio V’s motto is to “Reimagine the City and Convert Edges Into City Centers”.

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Hotel Montalembert, Paris - A Boutique Hotel Wonder
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Hotel Montalembert, Paris – A Boutique Hotel Wonder

Hotel Montalembert is a French landmark in the historic Saint Germain des Pres neighbourhood that underwent a completed light renovation to celebrate its ninetieth anniversary. Already the go-to luxury destination, the hotel called upon interior designers Pascal Allaman and Géraldine Prieur to redesign and enhance the interior spaces, whilst preserving the magnificent building’s original charm and character. Pascal Allaman was responsible for the restaurant, bar, rooms and suites, whilst Prieur transformed the entrance and lobby spaces.

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Upon the hotel entrance, the guests are treated to a visual feast of contemporary luxury design from the moment of arrival. Pristine polished marble floors are softened by plush abstract rugs, designating areas to relax and unwind. Within the reception, dark walls have been used to enhance the vibrant colour palette of blues and yellows. A brass trim surrounding the doors and windows also adds an essence of luxury, a reference back to the building’s original Haussmann style.

Hotel Montalembert, Paris - A Boutique Hotel Wonder

INSPIRED BY THE LOOK – SHERWOOD CENTRE TABLE

Hotel Montalembert, Paris - A Boutique Hotel Wonder

INSPIRED BY THE LOOK – SHERWOOD CENTRE TABLE

Hotel Montalembert, Paris - A Boutique Hotel Wonder

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Hotel Montalembert, Paris - A Boutique Hotel Wonder

INSPIRED BY THE LOOK – AGRA COFFEE TABLE

Hotel Montalembert, Paris - A Boutique Hotel Wonder

The restaurant and bar areas continue the colour palette of vivid blues and yellows on select upholstery, accessories and rugs. The introduction of rich red ebony wood with strong grain and white Carrara marble establish a unique identity that remains in keeping with the hotel Montalembert’s contemporary style. Large marble artworks, framed in brass hang against the wooden feature wall, echoing the design of the bar itself and further connecting the restaurant to the ‘library’ lounge area.

Hotel Montalembert, Paris - A Boutique Hotel Wonder

Hotel Montalembert, Paris - A Boutique Hotel Wonder

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Hotel Montalembert, Paris - A Boutique Hotel Wonder

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With forty guest rooms and ten suites, Hotel Monalembert claims to be the original source and definition of the boutique hotel. The rooms are divided into Deluxe and Superior categories whilst the suites are split into ‘Junior’ and ‘Suite’ variations. Each space encapsulates a chic and cosy atmosphere. Ebony wood, Carrara marble and Bisazza’s pixelated mosaic tiles form the main feature materials used within the rooms. Silk curtains by Pierre Frey and Hermés’ add that extra touch of luxury whilst personal and homely accessories add character and charm, creating an elegant home away from home.

Hotel Montalembert, Paris - A Boutique Hotel Wonder

Hotel Montalembert, Paris - A Boutique Hotel Wonder

The hotel bathrooms are also defining rooms in this amazing design. Clad in soft muted tones of grey, brown and cream, the eye is immediately drawn to the woodwork and ceiling panelling, highlighting focal points in the room. With large spacious baths, marble sinks and the finest in toiletries to help guests relax and unwind, this is a part of the Hotel Montalembert that guests will enjoy the most.

Hotel Montalembert, Paris - A Boutique Hotel Wonder

Hotel Montalembert, Paris - A Boutique Hotel Wonder

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20 Breathtaking Hotel Lobbies From Around the World
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20 Breathtaking Hotel Lobbies From Around the World

Hotel Lobbies are the first thing we see as we walk-in a hotel so the lobby has great importance in setting the tone for the rest of the building, being the gateway for the hotel stay. Over the years, hotel lobbies have started to become more than just a mere entryway: filled with terraces, bars, libraries and more, the lobbies become the heart of a property, becoming more than a convenient location to ask questions at the front desk.

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1.The Breakers Palm Beach, Florida

20 Breathtaking Hotel Lobbies From Around the World

This amazing hotel has been undergoing renovations ever since 1896 resulting in a thoroughly modern and dynamic beachfront destination. The lobby has a hand-painted ceiling and a new carpet pattern, added during the refurbishing of 2019 by Tiany Design, showcasing a garden of lilies, amaranths, irises and other typical Southern Florida blooms.

2.Four Seasons Hotel Gresham Palace, Budapest

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The Four Seasons Budapest is known for being an art nouveau masterpiece and is one of the most beautiful hotels in the city. The lobby underwent a renovation, showing a new look in 2020, and still retaining the same beautiful aesthetic and added a social hub – Múzsa – that includes a circular bar and banquet seating, a library, a private meeting room and a tasting room.

3.Bulgari Hotel, Shanghai

20 Breathtaking Hotel Lobbies From Around the World

The Bulgari Hotel Shanghai sets the standard for luxury accommodation in one of China’s most cosmopolitan cities. Staying true to the Bulgari brand, the Shanghai Hotel showcases a little piece of Italy in its design. This hotel’s lobby has double-height windows overlooking the garden, with dark marble floors, glass and bronze Pantheon screens, a fireplace and black-and-white Dolce Vita-era photographs.

4.Eclipse at Half Moon, Jamaica

20 Breathtaking Hotel Lobbies From Around the World

Eclipse at Half Moon is one of the most luxurious destinations in the Caribbean with the privileged location of a 10 min drive from Montego Bay’s Sangster International Airport. The Eclipse at Half Moon’s lobby has an unobstructed ocean view. This lobby has white shutters, colourful accents, hand-woven light fixtures, rattan and wood furniture.

5.The Roosevelt New Orleans, A Waldorf Astoria Hotel

20 Breathtaking Hotel Lobbies From Around the World

The 1893 hotel’s lobby continues to impress with its original grandeur. Roam through the long marigold hall, lined with sparkling crystal chandeliers, mosaic flooring and gilded pillars, to reach the legendary Sazerac Bar, where the namesake cocktail was invented.

6.Terranea Resort, Los Angeles

20 Breathtaking Hotel Lobbies From Around the World

Terranea lures the guests in with sweeping panoramas of the Pacific Ocean. The Mediterranean-inspired lobby has a wall of windows that open onto a spectacular terrace, where the guests can go to feel the fresh breeze, hear the crashing waves and glimpse dolphins, sea lions and whales.

7.The Miami Beach EDITION

20 Breathtaking Hotel Lobbies From Around the World

The Miami Beach lobby has a tropical chich aesthetic with monochrome white marble floors, polished white pearl Venetian plaster walls and white furnishings with pops of gold and green tones and rows of potted palm trees. At night the floor lamps and candles give the lobby an inviting and hot vibe.

8.Villa d’Este, Lago di Como

20 Breathtaking Hotel Lobbies From Around the World

The Villa d’Este lobby used to welcome horses and carriages for those in the royal apartments upstairs. Nowadays is a social hub for the hotel guests, with marble columns, domed ceilings, arched doorways and windows, customised moquette and a lake-facing terrace.

9.Four Seasons Hotel Bahrain Bay, Lebanon

20 Breathtaking Hotel Lobbies From Around the World

A forest was made inside this lobby. These olive trees, a symbol of heritage in the Middle East, are more than 200 years old and hail from Lebanon. The trees are fossilised with hand-painted leaves made of silk, providing a memorable display.

10.InterContinental Doha

20 Breathtaking Hotel Lobbies From Around the World

The sophisticated new lobby, submerged in Italian marble, debuted in March 2020. Its beige and navy furniture is refined and modern, vivid paintings bring vibrancy, oversized windows let in plenty of light and a 4,000-piece crystal chandelier provides a dose of lavishness. The adjacent aquamarine-and-white lounge is where the guests can find breakfast, French pastries, coffee, afternoon tea and evening drinks.

11.The Cloister, Sea Island, Georgia

20 Breathtaking Hotel Lobbies From Around the World

Southern hospitality meets Spanish-colonial elegance in this magnificent lobby. Three stories high, it forms the centrepiece of the property and has arches, clerestory windows and French doors that open onto the terrace. Denominated the Colonial Lounge, the area of the Cloister Hotel provides an inviting place to relax with some freshly made sweet tea.

12.The Jefferson Hotel, Richmond, Virginia

20 Breathtaking Hotel Lobbies From Around the World

The Jefferson Hotel’s lobby is resplendent with towering columns, a stained-glass ceiling, the original marble floors and ornate plaster features. Its most distinctive attribute is its staircase. The 36 steps have provided a grand entrance for newlyweds, dignitaries and many notables since the hotel’s 1895 opening.

13.Morpheus, Macau

20 Breathtaking Hotel Lobbies From Around the World

The Morpheus hotel lobby looks like it was plucked from the future. The hotel’s unique exoskeleton architecture is mimicked inside the lobby, which is large enough to house a double Ferris wheel. Oversized geometric shapes house a tea lounge and patisserie and also cover some walls. The amorphous seating throughout resembles pieces of art.

14.Conrad Downtown, New York

20 Breathtaking Hotel Lobbies From Around the World

The Conrad Downtown vivifies its lobby with contemporary art, carefully selected. Sol LeWitt’s 15-story Loopy Doopy mural shines blue onto Monica Ponce de Leon’s hanging Veils. The latter comprises suspended tubular triangles and rectangles on a veil of strings, which distort the dangling shapes into curving lines.

15.The Venetian Resort, Las Vegas

20 Breathtaking Hotel Lobbies From Around the World

The Venetian Resort’s lobby is inspired in the city of Venice, with a golden sculpture of an armillary sphere at the centre, an instrument that was once used by astronomers in the Renaissance. The lobby has hand-painted ceiling frescoes illustrating Venetian paints, columns of Botticino marble, and graphic marble flooring.

16.Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo

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The sky-high 38th-story lobby affords incredible views of Tokyo’s skyline. The guests linger in the tranquil wood-filled space to gaze at Tokyo Skytree and Mount Fuji through the wall-sized windows. In the lobby, the guests can also be treated to the luxury restaurants that Mandarin Tokyo has to offer.

17.Nizuc Resort & Spa, Cancun

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In this svelte retreat’s low-lit lobby, the guests’ eyes gravitate toward the wooden shutter walls, which swing open to let in cool breezes, filter the light and provide glimpses of the infinity pool and the ocean beyond. Elsewhere, the Asian-influenced minimalist lobby incorporates stone, wood and replicated Mayan hieroglyphs in a nod to its heritage.

18.The Reverie Saigon, Vietnam

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This Baroque-meets-Rococo seventh-floor lobby envelops the guests in opulence. Bold items overflow, like a chandelier of arabesque eggs, a purple ostrich leather sofa with shiny gilded trim and an amethyst stone, matching purple throne chairs with bronze patina and 22-karat gold-leaf detailing and a malachite clock with hand-chiselled lead crystal and 24-karat gold accents.

19.Banyan Tree Mayakoba, Riviera Maya

20 Breathtaking Hotel Lobbies From Around the World

In the middle of the tropical two-story, alfresco hotel lobby, a majestic fig tree seems to float above the canals that run through the gated Mayakoba community.

20.Atlantis, The Palm, Dubai

20 Breathtaking Hotel Lobbies From Around the World

The soaring lobby conjures up the lost city of Atlantis with a sea-inspired sculpture, glass master Dale Chihuly’s first Middle East installation. Made of more than 3,000 blown-glass pieces, the artwork is surrounded by a reflection pool, eight fish columns and murals by Spanish artist Albino Gonzalez, a leading interpreter of ancient mythology.

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