Posts tagged as 'design hotel'

Wed 12.8.

Hotel Adriatic by Studio 3LHD (HR)

Posted by Walter Phillips on 12.08.2015 - Tagged as: ,

Hotel Adriatic by Studio 3LHD, photo: Dusko Vlaovic

Hotel Adriatic by Studio 3LHD, photo: Dusko Vlaovic

The Hotel Adriatic by Studio 3LHD, originally built in 1913, is a refurbishment of a unique hotel situated on an attractive site next to the sea in the historic city centre of Rovinj, Croatia.

 

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Wed 5.8.

Edition Hotel New York by Rockwell Group (US)

Posted by Walter Phillips on 05.08.2015 - Tagged as: ,

Edition Hotel New York by Rockwell Group, photo: Nikolas Koenig

Edition Hotel New York by Rockwell Group, photo: Nikolas Koenig

Rockwell Group has introduced its design for the newly opened Edition hotel in New York. Designed in conjunction with the Ian Schrager Company Design Team, New York Edition is a new hotel by Ian Schrager in partnership with Marriott International located in the landmark Metropolitan Life Tower across from Madison Square Park.

 

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Thu 23.4.

The Santai by Studio TonTon

Posted by Walter Phillips on 23.04.2015 - Tagged as: ,

The Santai by Studio TonTon

The Santai by Studio TonTon

The Santai, located in Bali, is a boutique resort complex by Studio TonTon with just 11 pool villas tucked away in a tranquil corner of the sought-after neighbourhood of Umalas. The complex, which represents the natural atmosphere of a traditional Balinese village, includes a lobby/ main entrance which greets visitors with a row of 6-meter tall totems and restaurant facilities covered with wooden lattice and local “Kerobokan” stones randomly spread over the roof that unite the lobby and restaurant roof.

 

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Tue 14.4.

Noises Off: Das Kranzbach’s unique retreat experience

Posted by Walter Phillips on 14.04.2015 - Tagged as: ,

At the foot of the Zugspitze mountain, Das Kranzbach's historic main house, completed in 1915 and commissioned by young English aristocrat Lady Mary Portman, employs a series of Arts and Crafts architectural idioms, including crow-stepped gables

At the foot of the Zugspitze mountain, Das Kranzbach’s historic main house, completed in 1915 and commissioned by young English aristocrat Lady Mary Portman, employs a series of Arts and Crafts architectural idioms, including crow-stepped gables

When young English aristocrat Lady Mary Isabel Portman commissioned an Arts-and-Crafts-style mountain hideaway near Garmisch-Partenkirchen on the eve of the First World War, little did she know that it would, a century later, become a one-off, design-led hotel destination. (by Simon Keane-Cowell)

 

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Mon 29.9.

TwoRuba Bar by Studio AfroditiKrassa (UK)

Posted by Walter Phillips on 29.09.2014 - Tagged as: ,

TwoRuba Bar by Studio AfroditiKrassa

TwoRuba Bar by Studio AfroditiKrassa

Studio AfroditiKrassa pushes the boundaries of the traditional curtain with a modern interpretation of the room divider using ‘metal mesh drapery’, an innovative, eco friendly and hardwearing bronze metal material.

 

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Volkshotel interiors by Bas van Tol for Studio Müller Van Tol, photo: Ilco Kemmere

Volkshotel interior by Bas van Tol for Studio Müller Van Tol, photo: Ilco Kemmere

The interiors of the new Volkshotel in Amsterdam, a hotel built inside the former home of Dutch newspaper de Volkskrant, is the work of Dutch interior designer Bas van Tol of Studio Müller Van Tol.

 

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Fri 28.3.

White Wolf Hotel by AND-RÉ architecture & design (PT)

Posted by Walter Phillips on 28.03.2014 - Tagged as:

White Wolf Hotel by AND-RÉ architecture & design, photo: João Soares

White Wolf Hotel by AND-RÉ architecture & design, photo: João Soares

AND-RÉ architecture & design’s White Wolf Hotel, Quinta do Lobo Branco, in Penafiel, Portugal is a series of buildings that house a holistic hotel and health farm – a place to commune with nature.

 

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Wed 10.7.

Sleeping Around: contemporary hotel design checks in

Posted by Walter Phillips on 10.07.2013 - Tagged as: ,

Tower of Eden: Singapore practic WOHA have cast the hotel as living, vertical garden. Vegetation, replicating natural landscapes, fills the interstices, at different levels, between the PARKROYAL on Pickering’s towers; photos Patrick Bingham-Hall

Tower of Eden: Singapore practice WOHA have cast the hotel as a living, vertical garden. Vegetation, replicating natural landscapes, fills the interstices, at different levels, between the PARKROYAL on Pickering’s towers; photos Patrick Bingham-Hall

With an increase in international travel predicted for 2013, on the heels of a rebound for hoteliers last year, the hotel industry is looking more than ever for ways to make the visitor experience a memorable and profitable one. Enter striking architecture and design. (by Simon Keane-Cowell)

 

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