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.
Working closely with the 1969 building's original architect, the firm aimed to respect the existing architecture while restitching the tower into Hong Kong’s urban fabric.
The interiors of the Elsie Rooftop, perched atop an office tower near Times Square, draws inspiration from legendary 20th century socialite and interior designer, Elsie de Wolfe.
The architects worked around the landmark’s many historical elements—some beautiful (plaster ceilings, looping corbels), some odd (the lobby’s red-and-yellow terrazzo floors).
Local firm Space Copenhagen restored aspects of the building's original design while carefully adapting its spaces for the hotel's present-day needs.
For Ste. Marie’s Craig Stanghetta, the creator of some of Vancouver’s best-known interiors, design is never far removed from local culture—or personal history.
New York–based Sydell Group led the design, which incorporates 60-foot vaulted ceilings, grand copper entry doors, intricate millwork, and ornate brass detailing.
The Toronto firm, headed by Meg Graham, designed two stores for the skincare brand in Canada and Hawaii with the goal of connecting customers to their natural surroundings.
Alongside Nashville-based architecture and design studio DAAD, 55 local designers, makers and artists contributed work to the hotel.
The Moxy brand, owned by Marriot, seeks to appeal to the “next-gen” traveler, doing away with traditional amenities in favor of a budget-friendly, design-focused experience.
The overhaul, which includes a new kitchen and a revamped courtyard for Chef Thomas Keller's famed California restaurant, was inspired by the "complex choreography of the kitchen."
The Dream Hollywood Hotel and its five nightclubs and restaurants are spread across an entire city block.
Metropolis asks legendary Hotelier Ian Schrager and architect Ascan Mergenthaler of Herzog & de Meueron to break down the details of their new 17-story hotel in New York.
Faced with consumers who value authenticity, quality and storytelling, designers have to think about the full user journey, which starts before a customer enters and continues after they leave.
The hotel collaborated closely with Volume Gallery, a creative local art space with a strong emphasis on emerging designers, artists, and architects.
Iceland’s booming hotel industry welcomed two million visitors in 2016 alone, though the country’s design community is working hard to retain its authenticity.
The hotel–previously a two-building roadside motel–includes a restaurant, fireplace, lounge, café, and general store.
The restaurant, appropriately named "Under," will be located on the southern tip of Norway's coastline.
Located in Manhattan's Financial District, Rise By We aims to replicate the co-working company's communal, playful brand.
Architect Brad Cloepfil, working with co-owners Will Guidara and Daniel Humm, drew from both nature and the restaurant's past to revamp the world-renowned culinary destination.