Hospitality

A DREAM FULFILLED

Emotional and rational interior design

The concept for this classic/contemporary restaurant delivered a traditional Japanese street experience – in the Spanish city of Valencia.

 


A NATURAL EXCLAMATION

The unconventional Fogo Island Inn

Fogo Island off the Newfoundland coast of Canada is geographically, and you would think architecturally, remote. But we have ‘been’ there three times in six years because they keep producing amazing unconventional structures.


SHOCK SOCIALISATION

Uncouth and inventive aesthetics that work

It sounds like a recipe for disaster, but the aggressive wood-based design for this new restaurant/bar has been an instant success.


TRANSFORMING THE ORDINARY

Undecorated forms offer warmth to the traveller

And now for something completely different … highly acclaimed hotel architecture from China that isn’t another glittering tall tower spiralling from another mega-city.


INDUSTRIAL TO MOD

Layered hostel spaces and styles

Reclaimed wood features prominently in the newly renovated flagship of the Generator group of design hostels.


A PERFECT SYMBIOSIS

The tree snake houses of Portugal

A firm of Portuguese architects has produced an innovative twist on modular construction and the fantasy of the tree house.


THEATRICAL AND UN-HOTEL

A unique artisan bar where timber rules

If there is a new bar in Australia featuring more timber species and artistic interpretations than the aptly named ‘Grain’ at the Four Seasons Hotel, Sydney, then we don’t know about it.


An Autarkic Beauty

A sustainable ‘sand dune’ like no other

The sustainable design features and considerations associated with this project from the Netherlands are, in our experience, exceptional.