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Spice mixture: A hot new restaurant in Auckland

Spice mixture: A hot new restaurant in Auckland

Warren and Mahoney and Technē explore the symbiotic relationship between architecture and nature at a restaurant in Auckland’s bustling waterfront.

Te Kaha: From reuse to mixed-use at One Queen Street by Warren and Mahoney

Te Kaha: From reuse to mixed-use at One Queen Street by Warren and Mahoney

Warren and Mahoney’s mixed-use project in Auckland is approaching full occupancy, with big plans across hospitality, workplace, retail and more.

Nature in the Kuala Lumpur sky at Lloyd’s Inn

Nature in the Kuala Lumpur sky at Lloyd’s Inn

Third in the series of boutique hotels under the Lloyd’s Inn brand, Lloyd’s Inn Kuala Lumpur bring the immediacy of nature to the new high-rise hospitality experience in the heart of a bustling city.

Jeffrey Wilkes on refreshing the iconic Mandarin Oriental, Singapore

Jeffrey Wilkes on refreshing the iconic Mandarin Oriental, Singapore

We spoke with Jeffrey Wilkes of WILKESDESIGN about the John Portman-designed building, which has been infused with touches of local culture and colour.

The art and design of hospitality at The Ritz-Carlton, Melbourne

The art and design of hospitality at The Ritz-Carlton, Melbourne

Art, design, architecture and hospitality all combine perfectly at The Ritz-Carlton, Melbourne by BAR Studio and Cottee Parker.

Stylish accommodation refurbishment in the financial heart of Sydney

Stylish accommodation refurbishment in the financial heart of Sydney

Landing in the city’s financial district for the first time, The Sebel Sydney Martin Place has had its modern interiors completed by Stack Studio.

Play and respite in Fender Katsalidis’ Art Deco executive suites at The Darling

Play and respite in Fender Katsalidis’ Art Deco executive suites at The Darling

Overcoming pandemic hurdles to redefine guest experiences amidst Sydney’s bustling entertainment precinct, The Darling has undergone a two-year restoration that melds Art Deco interiors with the necessities of hotel living.

W Hotels Vice President on the convergence of hotel, hospitality and luxury design trends

W Hotels Vice President on the convergence of hotel, hospitality and luxury design trends

We spoke with George Fleck, Vice President and Global Brand Leader of W Hotels, about the intermingling of hotel and hospitality design trends.

The road to Brisbane 2032: How is the city’s design landscape evolving ahead of the Olympics?

The road to Brisbane 2032: How is the city’s design landscape evolving ahead of the Olympics?

We spoke to Plus Architecture’s Chrisney Formosa about a string of recent Brisbane projects and what they might tell us about the city’s design evolution.

A sense of place at Shanghai’s Shangri-la Qiantan by Takenouchi Webb

A sense of place at Shanghai’s Shangri-la Qiantan by Takenouchi Webb

This executive lounge and Chinese restaurant in the Shangri-La Qiantan draws sumptuously from the architecture of Shanghai Shikumen houses.

Breaking out prison at CHADA’s Pentridge hotel conversion

Breaking out prison at CHADA’s Pentridge hotel conversion

Taking on the extraordinary challenge of turning what was a prison into a hotel and hospitality offering, CHADA has made some elegant moves.

King Henry VIII and a Chinese Cricket Club: Layers of eclectic history in THDP’s London hotel design

King Henry VIII and a Chinese Cricket Club: Layers of eclectic history in THDP’s London hotel design

In a Grade II-listed building in the heart of London, THDP has recently designed the Hyatt Regency London Blackfriars, complete with multiple hospitality offerings.