New hotels for global nomads
Merrell Publishers, in association with, Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum, New York, 2002 - Architecture - 159 pages
New Hotels for Global Nomads combines architecture, interior design, photography, film and works of art to show just how varied and dynamic international hotels can be today. With 200 arresting images, including plans and computer renderings, and an authoritative text, this is the best guide available to contemporary and future trends in hotel design.
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These books both sample recent hotel design around the world, overlapping on a few spectacular projects. In New Hotel Design, architecture and design consultant Riewoldt begins with an essay on trends ... Read full review