The Left Bank of Paris has a rich and vibrant history encapsulating the city’s joie de vivre. Jan Henderson revisits Hotel Louis 11 after some years and a total renovation.
In this opinion piece, Francesca Moccia, senior associate at Gray Puksand, makes the case for understanding buildings as commodities.
As the prominent and highly anticipated Darling Harbour hotel opens, we bring you the in-depth design insights from the UK interiors practice.
Singapore-based Create Architecture drew inspiration from the city’s transformation, fusing art and design into the newly opened hotel residence.
The Metropolitan Hotel is breathing new life into the west end of Melbourne’s CBD, making William Street – a precinct often overlooked by restaurant-goers – actually sparkle.
Designed to cater to the ‘urban nomad,’ the international hotel chain Moxy explores strong design with meticulous attention to detail with Furniture by Design.
A beacon of glamour and golden-age hospitality, The Royce hotel has given Melbourne’s original Rolls Royce showroom new life as one of the city’s most exciting new boutique hotel destinations.
Optimising the natural beauty of Chengdu, in central China, CCD has designed the Angsana hotel in a way that speaks to old school resorts with a horizonal plan stretching outwards from a central hub.
This upcoming hotel champions adaptive reuse and seeks to be an example of how the hospitality sector can serve the community at large.
The opening of Penrith’s first five-star hotel and a world-class conference centre designed by Turner Studio marks an exciting new chapter in the story of Western Sydney.
We’ve taken you on the architectural walk-through of Capella Sydney, now Gillian Serisier goes inside this prominent hotel to share the interior story – one of timeless elegance and artful vision.