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.
Seating by Knoll has been included in the project for the Restaurant Torre located on the sixth and seventh floors of the new building that completes the facility of Fondazione Prada in Milan, designed by Rem Koolhaas with Chris van Duijn and Federico Pompignoli of the studio OMA.
Hotel sector on track for exceptional room demand, according to the Second Quarter National Hospitality Research Report.
Lauren Rottet with Rottet Studio has created some of the most iconic hospitality projects in recent years.
Hotel revenues nationwide hit $208B and gross operating profits hit $77B last year, both record numbers, according to an STR report.
The Ace is situated directly opposite Google—a company with enough clout to demand a clause in its lease that stipulated the construction of a hotel across the street.
Located on Clark Street just across from the front entrance of Wrigley Field, where a parking lot and lone McDonald’s previously stood for decades, the new 173-room Hotel Zachary is the first full-scale hotel to open within a half mile of the ballpark.
Through careful curation, the concept can certainly endure, with the key to success being in the developer’s ability to tailor the experience to the local community and provide inspiring food, design and architecture.
The global hotel market has experienced a 17.7% increase in hotel room inventory over the last decade, a strong indication that the industry is still proving attractive to both investors and developers worldwide.
In the culinary heaven, there is still one place left: on Pedrali's chairs and armchairs you can dine in the three-star restaurant "L' Auberge de l' Ill" in Alsace.