Hospitality Interiors

Hospitality Interiors

Whiskey aficionados have a new place to call home in the recently opened Johnnie Walker House in Beijing, designed by Asylum and LOVE to immerse consumers in an interactive journey into the iconic brand's history and future.

GrizForm Design Architects unites two sisters (and two buildings) to create a traditional yet modern dining experience in Naples, Florida.

DiLeonardo creates a sense of place by blending the old world with the new in its renovation of the Vivanta by Taj, Kovalum Resort Hotel.

As we wrap up the year, we here on the editorial staff saw an opportunity to go back and find those projects that had fallen through the cracks for one reason or another—or that deserve to be seen sooner.

Architect Alberto Alfonso set to deliver on a truly one-of-a-kind resort in fall 2013.

Brooklyn-based firm Crème transforms a former factory space into a trendy dining spot for the high-tech mavens of Cambridge, Mass.

Wasabi, HDG principal Joshua Hissong’s second Asian bistro in Spokane, Wash., spices things up with bright lighting, dark oak and a bold color scheme.

LA-based firm Studio Collective transforms unused space at the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel into the Spare Room, a turn-of-the-century gaming parlor and bowling alley overlooking the city’s most famous boulevard.

Seated on the main approach to the popular Dazaifu Tenmangu shrine in Japan’s Fukuoka Prefecture is arguably one of the most unconventional Starbucks in the world.

Oppenheim’s design for the Wadi Resort, located in Wadi Rum, Jordan, will carve 47 luxe but minimal desert lodges out of the sandstone and granite rock formations that form the Valley of the Moon.
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