Today our focus is hospitality projects. Have you ever fell in love with a restaurant interior design or a hotel interior design, full of contract furniture absolutely stunning? Yes? Perfect! So, from Hospitality Interiors, one of the best hospitality magazines, we select hospitality interior designs that you will love and where you can get amazing interior design tips for your next project!
Reserve @ Opus One, Radisson Blu Edwardian, Manchester
Reserve @ Opus One is champagne bar at the multi-award winning Radisson Blu Edwardian, Free Trade Hall Manchester hotel. The elegant space became a favourite destination of the city’s social set. Micheal Attenborough, head of design said “We both wanted to make the space feel more inclusive and inviting from the outside (…) we feel the space is a great addition to an already fabulous hotel.”
Dirty Martini, Bishopsgate
Following the success of its sister cocktail bars in London’s Covent Garden and Hanover Square, the stylish new Dirty Martini in Bishopsgate is located within walking distance of both the Liverpool Street and Old Street tube stations. The design consultancy Grapes Design wanted to bring the best elements of the brand’s professional, yet accessible cocktail bars to the Bishopsgate venue, with formidable graphic elements, stylish furniture in mauve and turquoise accents that punctuates the space, with a blend of elegant club chairs and high-back parlour loungers.
Radisson Blu Hotel, Kuwait
The Radisson Blu Hotel offers a luxurious and artfully modernised interior, with the addition of its Sky Lounge – a glass-encased rooftop facility with panoramic views of the Arabian Gulf, exclusively reserved for business class and suite guests. The guests choice between three decors that are available: Naturally Cool, a modern design comprising a soft blue and neutral colour palette; And Relax, a calming and soothing environment using carved wooden accents; or NY Mansion House, based on a traditional but sophisticated uptown mansion house.
Girasol, Studio City, California
This restaurant in Studio City, Los Angeles called Girasol – Spanish for flower – was designed to appeal to a very demanding and style-conscious local clientele. “The grey, natural stone walls have a wave of darker stone resembling large leaves, as do the white plaster walls, and intertwining vines of a flower are embossed into the concrete floor at the entry foyer. The furniture is made from wood and soft linens and the table tops have an inlaid metal sunflower in the walnut wood tops, while the table bases resemble a root of an organic structure.”
Manchester House, Spinningfields
Located in Spinningfields’ Tower 12 development, Manchester House has a great contrast, having a non-descript tower block office block with such an opulent and distinctive interior. The casualisation of fine dining is brilliant for getting designers’ creative juices flowing.
Belmond Eagle Island Lodge, Botswana
Belmond Eagle Island Lodge in Botswana, on a private island, is surrounded by some of the deepest stretches of the delta, with 12 luxury tented guest rooms, each with a large terrace and plunge pool. “Our wish has been to give guests an insight into the soul of the delta that they can marvel at while they are there and take away with them when they leave,” says Inge Moore, principal and creative director of The Gallery HBA. “By using local artisans and materials, reinventing traditional safari camp paraphernalia and translating the natural world into the interiors, the design is crafted to fill the hearts and minds of both safari camp connoisseurs and newcomers alike.”
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