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Abby Elyssa

07
Jul

At Hospitality at Market, Phillips Collection Expects a World of Design

For 35 years, Phillips Collection has been decorating hospitality spaces with organic, contemporary furnishings. With eco-friendly furniture, accessories, wall decor, lighting and sculpture, the Origins Collection features live-edge and reclaimed wood roots turned tables, stools, sculpture and accents. Phillips Collection’s new Elements Collection includes large-scale, stone sculptures and furnishings from around the world—amethyst from Brazil,…
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01
Jul

ID Exclusive: Healthcare & Hospitality

During the second virtual panel from Grounded by Design, thought leaders discussed how hospitality design continues to emerge, and how now, more than ever, it’s taking cues from healthcare. Hosted by NEXT Events in partnership with Parallax Wellness + Hospitality, Hotel Business and InspireDesign—and sponsored by ActiveGuard, Minibar Systems and ecore—“The Clean Revolution: Finding the…
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29
Jun

Trends of the 2010s: Millennial Mindset

Looking back at the 2010s, designers have adjusted to the needs of younger guests and those coming of age. Millennials have excited hotel design with new expectations, wanderlust and opportunities. Here, design leaders walked InspireDesign through some of the ways the millennial mindset has influenced hotel design in the past decade: Millennials and the millennial…
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26
Jun

INSPIRATION FLOWS

These waterfalls and fountains flow through hotels with serenity and grace.
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23
Jun

Furniture That Serves Social Distancing

With social-distancing measures in place, designers are coming up with creative and innovative ways to encourage physical separation, while still providing thoughtful design and function: Kirei Included in the manufacturer’s product portfolio are various partitions, which can be easily incorporated into hospitality settings as safety tools that provide an additional layer of protection to guests.…
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08
Jun

Designing Holistically

Nature, wellness, sustainability. These are all familiar buzzwords for designers, but what do they really mean? How are designers turning these trends into long-term design approaches? Especially now, designers can use these as not only references but as pillars. Gala Magriñá, designer/principal of Gala Magriñá Design, walks us through the meaning of “holistic design,” and…
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08
Jun

Waves of Positivity

Photo artist Michael Banks is channeling nature in his new series, “Ocean Halo,” adding to his Water image collection. The images depict peaceful waves flowing onshore. “It’s been a very difficult time for people all over the world since COVID-19 came into our lives,” Banks told InspireDesign. “We’ve been shut inside our homes, and I…
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01
Jun

Leaders Forecast F&B Design Trends

As hotel restaurants, bars and lounges begin to reopen following the COVID-19 outbreak, designers are looking for ways to ease guests’ concerns about returning to these spaces. Increased social-distancing measures and enhanced safety protocols may make spaces feel less inviting, but designers are coming up with creative ways to bring warmth and comfort back into…
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22
May

Evolving Hospitality and Emotional Wellbeing

NEXT Events, in partnership with ICD Publications’ Hotel Business and InspireDesign, presented a virtual panel discussion, “Evolving Hospitality and Emotional Wellbeing.” Sponsored by DAC Art Consulting and Innovative Carpets, the conversation featured leaders in both the hospitality and wellness spaces, who each offered their own perspective during this uncertain time. The webinar went beyond the…
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