The hospitality revolution is here, and bar design has never been hotter. Here are five great places to drink in some great design amongst the cocktails.
Ever wanted to spend the night in a kitted out 1970’s airstream caravan? Notel is a glamorous take on old-school caravan camping, with an exclusive rooftop location in the heart of Melbourne’s CBD.
A Singapore river warehouse dating back to 1895 has been restored as The Warehouse Hotel. Previously a hotbed of secret and undercover goings on, the building is now a striking 37-room destination with an emphasis on heritage and local culture.
The first hotel venture by famed hospitality group PTT Family, Katamama digs deep into Indonesia’s rich artisanal heritage to create an inviting and culturally-rich experience for travellers. Stephanie Peh writes.
The Terminus Hotel – or the ‘grand old lady’ of Abbotsford, is a Melbourne institution. Thanks to an inspiring collaboration between Sand Hill Road and Techné Architecture + Interior Design, it has a new lease on life.
With a view as good as this, it makes sense to embrace it. Onion architects, have done this precisely in Sala Rattanakosin – a renovation project in Bangkok. Words by Tess Ritchie.
Robert Carry visits what is left from the golden age of Cambodia’s Modernist architecture past. While some are being revived, others fall into decay.
When the abstracted interior space becomes better than the reality of the beach out front… Wynn A. Bay spent the day at Hilton Pattaya’s Drift Lounge and shares the experience.