The famous airport terminal designed by Eero Saarinen in 1962 for Trans-World Airlines is alive once again thanks to hotelier MCR Development and our collective fetish for mid-century modern design.
To manufacture the sofas, which thrive so strongly on the materials and shape of upholstered leather, Aisslinger turned to one of the most famous German makers of upholstered furniture, namely Rolf Benz in Nagold, in southern Germany.
Design has long been important to the hotel industry as a way to attract new guests and turn them into repeat visitors.
Thinking selling furniture into the hospitality market? Marriott International, already the largest hotel company in the world, said it will open more than 1,700 hotels worldwide over the next three years, totaling between 275,000 and 295,000 rooms.
It’s not just offices that are adapting to new, flexible ways of working and an increasingly mobile workforce.
With its new brochure, USM shows the potential the Haller modular furniture system offers the hospitality industry.
Hotel properties worldwide are focused anew on enhancing the well-being of their guests, with a particular focus on their sleep experiences.
Unlike most hotel rooms, this suite at the Hilton London Bankside, created by experience design studio Bompas & Parr (B&P), is completely vegan, from the furnishings to the room service.
Hostels have traditionally been for backpackers happy to share rooms with strangers, trek down hallways to shower and cook their own meals in basic kitchens in exchange for cut-rate accommodation.
More than 120 guest rooms are spread throughout the five buildings in total, configured in over 50 different ways.
Miami has an eclectic and energetic persona unlike any other city in the world—and visitors seek to experience it.
The international Portuguese-style chicken restaurant is continuing its U.S. expansion by merging bold flavors with bold design.
Pacific Standard Time, whose interiors are by New York–based firm Parts and Labor Design, is awash in a palette of terrazzo, textural glazed tile, leather, and wood galore.
Fueled by growing consumerism and shifting generational preferences, people expect better experiences at the hospital, in a college student union and/or in the workplace. They expect immersive experiences that make their lives more enjoyable.
Hotel designer Mary Alice Palmer of HKS Design talks with James Shillinglaw, editor in chief of InsiderTravelReport.com, about how she moved from designing handbags to boutique hotels. She also explains the role design plays in creating unique experiences for hotel guests.