The projects listed in the category Hospitality Architecture invite you to a virtual trip around the world where you will discover great places where you can spend the holidays. You will discover amazing places where amazing architects and designers, highlight their creativity and imagination by designing charming tourist centers and some spectacular accommodations. Also, hotels and hostels all over the world, with “wow” effect for architecture and interior design will delight you while looking through HomeWorldDesign pages. Whether you want to decorate your holiday home or search for a vacation spot, the articles in this category can be useful.
El Equipo Creativo has completed the interior design of El Palau Fugit. Located deep in Girona’s atmospheric Barri Vell (Old Quarter), the award-winning studio converted a disused 18th-century palace into a destination hotel as charming and seductive as Girona itself.
T TIME is a comprehensive restaurant with Yakitori, craft beer, and private dinning. It is located at 239 Andingmen Avenue in Beijing. The combination of the old courtyard and the new shops creates a chaotic yet inclusive commercial environment.
For Skiers, Chongli means more than a small town in Hebei. Therefore, a group of passionate skiers came up with an idea to establish a unique and professional coffee bar in here. The new business mode and local culture have generated new collisions and integration.
Marcandole is a 30-year-old renowned restaurant located near Venice, known for the very high quality of the fish menu. Its name came from the fish that once upon a time was quite caught in the Piave river near the restaurant: the "marcandola".
Amongst Parisian coffee roasters, the most refined of the group inaugurated its newest establishment at the quintessential French address within Qatar: the heart of the Place Vendôme Mall provides an idyllic location for Coutume to unveil its maiden coffee shop in the Middle East.
The challenge of this project located in the Korean gastronomic hub of the Flores neighborhood in Buenos Aires was to achieve the convergence of two different cultures such as Korean and northern Argentine.
With a design inspired by the traditional courtyard houses of Syria, Damascena Coffee House celebrates the culture and cuisine of the Middle East; where food is so much more than just fuel—it’s a cornerstone of society.
Located on the iconic rue de la Commune in Montreal, Suite 201 is a pied-à-terre in the historical and coveted area of Old Montreal. Facing the Saint Lawrence River, the old buildings on this street witnessed the birth of the city nearly 400 years ago.
After four years of Michelin selection, Sheng Yongxing Restaurant has gradually found balance in self-expression and innovation, much like the attitude of the designer when adjusting artworks in the store: cautious, accurate, and vibrant.
The aim of the project was to enhance the architectural, historical and landscape heritage existing in this small mountain region in the Portuguese countryside, named Cova da Beira, in the town of Belmonte.
Located in the heart of the Karkonosze Mountains, this hotel combines traditional local architecture reminiscent of 19th-century buildings and modern yet cozy interiors, all spiced up with a relaxing spa area.
A SPACE ABOUT (ASA), the interior and product design studio founded by Laura Blanch and Noa Massanet, has led the spectacular project of Vereda, a charming restaurant-bar specializing in natural wines and local cuisine.
Building on its expertise and excellence in the practice of sports, UCPA is opening Sport Stations, urban multiplexes for amateurs, families, clubs and events federated around the meeting of several disciplines.