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Sextantio Le Grotte Della Civita Hotel in Matera

Sextantio Le Grotte Della Civita Hotel in Matera

Sextantio Le Grotte Della Civita is a unique hotel, built by Swedish-Italian hotelier Daniele Kihlgre into the caves of Matera, Basilicata in Southern Italy. Known as “la Città Sotterranea” (the Subterranean City), the small city is also a UNESCO World Heritage site.

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Hôtel Vernet makeover by François Champsaur

Hôtel Vernet makeover by François Champsaur

François Champsaur has just finished the renovation of The Hôtel Vernet in Paris revealing impressive interiors of 30 revived rooms with Hermès toiletries and a contemporary restaurant beneath a stained-glass ceiling designed by Gustave Eiffel himself.

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Les Haras Hotel by Studio Jouin Manku

Les Haras Hotel by Studio Jouin Manku

Studio Jouin Manku have designed the interior of the restaurant at Les Haras Hotel located in Strasbourg, France. The firm converted this former royal equestrian academy from 18th century into a contemporary brasserie with a dramatic staircase at the center of the stage.

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India Mahdavi reopens the doors of Hotel Thoumieux

Hotel Thoumieux opens its doors to the public after renovation. It took several months of building work to complete the renovation of this fifteen-bedroom house and to install the specially commissioned furniture, with designs featuring a subtle combination of motifs, colors and warm materials.

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Xi’an Museum Hotel by Neri&Hu Design and Research Office in Xi’an

XI'AN MUSEUM HOTEL by Neri&Hu

XI’AN MUSEUM HOTEL by Neri&Hu

Shanghai studio Neri&Hu has created a renovated vision of the traditional Chinese architecture and courtyard typologies for the design of a 300-room Westin hotel in one of China’s oldest cities, XI’AN.

With 3,100 years of history embedded in the layers of the city, Xian is not merely a formidable backdrop to the building itself but has provided the architects with design inspirations that inextricably link its past to its present and future.
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