Three hospitality location with a “tropical” twist. From Danemark to Paris and London, let yourself be inspired by their interiors and make it yours.
Hotel Sanders, Copenhagen
Design studio Lind + Almond, led by Danish interior designer Pernille Lind and British architect Richy Almond, overhauled a dilapidated 90-room three-star hotel in Copenhagen’s historic quarter to create the luxury 54-room Hotel Sanders. According to an interview of the duo for Dezeen magazine, the hotel is designed to inspire feelings of comfort and nostalgia in its guests.
The Hotel Providence, Paris
This Parisian hotel is all about the interiors. The brainchild of Pierre Moussié, who owns several celebrated brasseries in Paris, it’s a blend of high fashion and tradition. Flea-market finds are merged with gold fittings, 19th century art and retro collector’s items.
The Avobar, London
Hospitality design specialist DesignLSM worked closely with the client to curate an eclectic interior that provides the perfect setting and ‘insta-worthy appeal’ for London’s avo lovers. Drawing inspiration from the laid-back modern aesthetic of California cool, the design features a relaxed and neutral palette – including distressed white timber, abundant hanging foliage combined with a range of printed and woven textiles.