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08
Apr

A Riviera Renovation

Located on the promenade of Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat in France, Royal-Riviera is a luxury resort that welcomes its guests with a panoramic swimming pool, from which Cap Ferrat’s bay can be fully admired. The owner wanted to renovate the outdoor restaurant area in order to ensure total comfort and protection to guests even in case of bad…
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03
Apr

ID Exclusive: Hospitality in the Time of Coronavirus

During the inaugural NEXT Virtual session, “Hospitality in the Time of Coronavirus: Solutions for Our Industry,” industry leaders gathered online to discuss strategies to navigate the current social and economic climate. The virtual conference included more than 400 registered attendees and roughly $1,500 was raised for Hospitality Cares. Those interested can still make donations at…
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02
Apr

Live Like A Local

For guests who want an authentic and genuine hotel experience, “living like a local” is a must. Staci Patton, principal, DLR Group, discusses what it truly means to create a space that inspires guests to experience the surrounding neighborhood—and inspires locals to come inside. All hotels these days talk about how guests want to “live…
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26
Mar

Art & Soul

Hotel properties love to engage with the local community, embracing the setting’s roots and hometown spirit. Sofitel Mexico City Reforma took it a step further. As part of its recent grand opening, the hotel partnered with Mexican artists, bringing culturally inspired street art to the surrounding Roma, Hipódromo Condesa and Juárez neighborhoods. “We tapped into…
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16
Mar

Trends of the 2010s: Value Engineering

While the 2010s are now in the past, the impact of this decade remains. From new technology to a discovery of materials and innovative design schemes, a lot has changed thanks in part to the previous 10 years. How will it influence the future of design? What can be learned from this period of time?…
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13
Mar

Kelli Ellis Shares Her Faves

InspireDesign recently caught up with designer Kelli Ellis, who shared some of her favorite products. Celebrating her 50th birthday this year, Ellis has always been creative. “I am thrilled to still be in love with design and all its tentacles,” said Ellis. “We crazy creatives suffocate if we aren’t designing, drawing, painting, sculpting—anything to express…
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13
Mar

Q&A With Jorey “Shosh” Friedman

In time for International Women’s Day, InspireDesign caught up with Jorey “Shosh” Friedman, the first female principal of SB Architects. She shared with us the journey that led her to this coveted title—a journey that didn’t always point to architecture—and advice she has for prospective design leaders: What does it mean to you, on a personal…
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12
Mar

Sophisticated & Refined

When it comes to luxury, hotels can’t rest on their laurels. Mandarin Oriental, Boston is in the midst of a $15-million renovation, set to complete this summer, which aims to reconfirm the hotel’s premier position in the city. The renovation—which includes all guestrooms and suites, 10,000 sq. ft. of meeting space and the spa—was conceived…
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02
Mar

Q&A With Terry Clayton of Arteriors

InspireDesign recently spoke with Terry Clayton, SVP of sales for Arteriors Home. Arteriors, which has long been a staple for residential designers, is now putting a greater emphasis on hospitality. As Arteriors Contract grows rapidly, Clayton shared insight into the “resimercial” trend, his personal connection to design and where he sources inspiration: How did you…
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