Design & Build Review Hotels
issue 2 | june 2019
In the next issue of Design & Build Review Hotels, out in June, we take a look at the rising demand for ‘authenticity’ in contemporary hotel designs, explore Damien Hirst’s $100,000-per-night Las Vegas Suite, and find out how motels in the UK are revamping the roadside guest experience with luxury designs for budget prices.
Also, we examine Woods Bagot’s winning design for Sydney’s first luxury hotel in 20 years, profile notable ways that hotels are using interior design to target wellbeing trends, and review Peter Pichler’s designs for Tree House hotel rooms in the Italian Dolomites.
Plus, we take a look back at some of the most iconic hotel foyers throughout history and find out how the ‘home away from home’ trend is influencing the design of modern hotels.
Visit our archive to read past editions of Design & Build Review Hotels.
Editor | Eloise McLennan
Writers | Ross Davies, Patrick Kingsland,
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