Sleep, Europe’s leading hotel design and development event, has announced the next stage in its evolution. This year, it becomes Sleep + Eat, reflecting the growing interconnectedness of restaurants, bars and hotels in creating the full hospitality experience. The show will also be relocating to Olympia London’s National Hall.
The boutique hotel unveils its new design-forward look with a focus on bold colours and Hawaiian influences.
Nabil Issa is a Lebanese-American Designer with a diverse background that is reflected in his minimalistic yet distinguished designs.
The design of TripAdvisor’s UK head office was greatly influenced by an airport departure lounge. The company transformed the huge and noisy space into a welcoming, peaceful place, reinforcing the brand image all through the use of clever acoustic treatments.
Vintage is a new wine bar located in the Blue Dome District of Tulsa, Oklahoma. Vintage stands as the new iteration of city-favourite Vintage 1974 (est. 2004) – with a relocation and fresh design by Brooklyn-based studio WORKSTEAD, the outpost delivers a more dynamic, tailored experience.
In response to social changes, hotel design has evolved considerably over recent years. As many hotels now market themselves as destination locations, furniture has become more aspirational and is a key element of the design plan.
British Sculptor and Environmental Artist Rob Mulholland was recently commissioned by Morecombe Bay Partnership as part of its ‘Headlands to Headspace’ project to develop an outdoor site-specific art installation to reflect the heritage of Morecombe Bay.
Pioneering and award-winning British Modernist Designer and Architect, Sylvia Reid RIBA, FCSD, is set to become a household name again, thanks to the reissue of her and her late husband John’s iconic S-Range, which they designed in 1960.