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    Get a Room!: new hotel projects

    Simon Keane-Cowell

    02.01.2017

    With the hospitality industry globally growing year on year – aided in no small part by the growth in global tourism – it's time to check into some of most noteworthy, recently completed hotel projects out there.

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    Restauration: inspiring restaurant projects

    Simon Keane-Cowell

    14.12.2016

    It's not just hot in the kitchen. Restaurant commissions are getting architects' creative juices flowing across the board, making for unexpected dining environments and memorable experiences.

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    Hôtel Peninsula Paris: The Restoration, Renovation and ...

    Villeroy & Boch

    14.11.2016

    Located in the heart of Paris’ 16th arrondissement and in close proximity to iconic attractions such as the Arc de Triomphe and the Champs Elysées, the 200-room Peninsula Paris blends tradition with innovation by restoring and preserving a storied

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    PRESTIGE HOTEL BUDAPEST

    Villeroy & Boch

    17.10.2016

    STUNNING ELEGANCE WITH DIVERSE STYLE AND MODERN DESIGN

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    50 Shades: Linea Light Group

    Brand story

    Shonquis Moreno

    28.09.2016

    Leading contract-lighting manufacturer LINEA LIGHT GROUP boasts an enviable catalogue of reference projects that turn up the inspirational wattage.

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    The TIGrr in Paris

    TLmag

    11.02.2016

    After Indochina, Megève and Saint-Tropez, the TIGrr has come to Paris. Certain bars and restaurants are more conducive to meetings and rare moments that become precious memories over time. TEXT BY JEAN-PHILIPPE PEYNOT

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    Feeding off the Past

    Dominic Lutyens

    15.12.2015

    An international trend for new restaurants occupying converted spaces that retain key aspects of their original interior-architectural fabric sees diners dining out on past architectural glory.

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    Noises Off

    Brand story

    Simon Keane-Cowell

    14.04.2015

    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,

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    Gloriously Glossy

    Dominic Lutyens

    23.09.2014

    Given the huge vogue for cladding buildings in ceramic tiles, we shouldn’t be surprised to hear that they are now fast infiltrating interiors too. It’s not hard to see why. People find glazed ceramic tiles appealing because of their seductive

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    Going Public

    Brand story

    Simon Keane-Cowell

    06.01.2014

    Icons of the design landscape, global brand KARTELL’s products – with their innovative use of plastic and their clever and expressive, often emotional, forms – have captured the imagination of design-conscious consumers around the world. The

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    Changing Rooms

    Brand story

    Simon Keane-Cowell

    05.12.2013

    Post-crisis it’s all about winning customer loyalty through value for money and memorable service. As an hotelier, taking your guests for granted can mean the difference between repeat business and damaging online reviews. Against this backdrop,

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    Sleeping Around: contemporary hotel design checks in

    Simon Keane-Cowell

    09.07.2013

    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

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    Sounding Out: room acoustics make themselves heard

    Simon Keane-Cowell

    28.05.2013

    When was the last time a building won an award for the way it sounds? Architecture, and by extension society, has long privileged the visual over the aural. Yet a number of architects are starting to think and design in a more complete sensory way,

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    The Grand Hotel: The Bourgeois Dream of an Aristocratic ...

    Klaus Leuschel

    25.04.2013

    Journalist Klaus Leuschel provides a crash course in, and a guided tour of, grand hotels, and how even design excellence in the five-star tradition is of no avail when the quality of hospitality does not match it.

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