Spain Hotels: Hotel Las Rampas - Fuengirola

Spain Hotels: Hotel Las Rampas - Fuengirola

I chose the word “pets” versus animal as I believe we have to not only change the facility design of shelters but we have to change how we think about the issue of animals versus pets i…

The Evolution in Animal Shelters – Community Pet Centers

Lengths of reclaimed timber envelop the grand staircase at the entrance to Hotel Hotel in Canberra, Australia

March Studio adds thousands of sticks to staircase of Canberra hotel

Image 27 of 50 from gallery of Hotel Hotel Lobby and Nishi Grand Stair Interior / March Studio. Photograph by March Studio

Amazing modern staircase mixes elegantly with the historical walls of Jerusalem at the Mamilla Hotel.

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Miami Beach’s Lords South Beach Hotel has had the fun-factor ramped up so high that the volume knob is broken.

extravagant hotel toys with kitsch and chintz but never succumbs to them...

Stair Lift

This stairway lift is really useful for people who use wheelchairs because it provides them and easier way to be able to do a simple thing; to use the stairs.

A steel railing laced with thin leather strips in the Casa do Conto hotel, Portugal. Designed by Pedra Líquida. Photos by FG + SG

Steal Balustrade laced with thin leather strips - Casa do Conto Hotel, Portugal. Designed by Pedra Liquida

Ribbon Chapel (NAP Architects) in Hiroshima, Japan. Oh my gosh. If I could be married in this building. It's beautiful.

Ribbon Chapel / Hiroshi Nakamura & NAP Architects

massing concept diagram  I assume illustrator and acad was used.  I like this diagram because the was the layers are sequenced and the mass is displayed.

Vivanta Hotel / WOW Architects

Inspo for stage rises massing concept diagram I assume illustrator and acad was used. I like this diagram because the was the layers are sequenced and the mass is displayed.

Facebook alive and well for hoteliers  15 Jul 2013  Hoteliers are confident that Facebook's future has many bright spots, including further integration of other platforms.  By: Samantha Worgull  Editorial Assistant  sworgull@hotelnewsnow.com    REPORT FROM THE U.S. - Despite recent reports that suggest Facebook is showing signs of fatigue, hoteliers said the social networking site is still their No. 1 platform for engaging with guests, locally and globally.

Despite domestic ills, Spanish hotel chains roll on with expansion

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