“We’re redesigning the structures and objects in our lives in direct response to climate change and in service to a healthier world, and it’s becoming the rule, not the exception,” says Kelly Sawdon, partner and chief brand officer of Atelier Ace (the design team behind the pioneering Ace Hotel brand). If the tumult of 2019 taught us anything, it’s that we need to take care of ourselves. Rockwell Group's recently-opened Chica restaurant in Miami. Along with this return to nature, we’ll be seeing less polished finishes and more nuanced tactile surfaces, through handcrafted furnishings and natural, rough-hewn materials. “Rich environments are trending and achieved through a range of techniques—from layering multiple materials and patterns on patterns to mixing old and new with found objects,” he says. TW: Thinkingdifferently. Judge Sides With Steve Wynn Over … The new decade has arrived with a flourish—and with it a new era of hotels, restaurants, and other creative hospitality spaces. “We’re continuing to see more and more saturated environments with intense hues and fearless, maybe even seemingly random, color combinations,” Rockwell Group’s Sullivan says. Subscribe to newsletters on topics relevant to you. TW: Thinkingdifferently. Case in point: Though Pierre Yovanovitch’s Le Coucou hotel in Switzerland is, arguably, highly Instagrammable, its irreverent design is a clever riff on the traditional alpine aesthetic inherent to the region. Here’s what seven hospitality design studios predict will be ruling hotel and restaurant design. The Scott resort in Scottsdale, Arizona, designed by AvroKO. Having borne the economic brunt of lockdown to date, for any remaining optimists in hospitality hoping for a ray of light, it was promptly extinguished. Just as we’re seeing a yearning for an authentic—and results-driven—approach to sustainability in residential interior design, the hospitality world is taking its responsibility toward the planet equally as seriously. Your latest instalment of articles and opinions from across the hospitality sector. 26 November 2020 . Instead, their eye-catching moments will be more well-considered rather than just design bait for social media feeds. Corn and Cob are 2020's pardoned turkeys! Skift is read by travel professionals worldwide providing the latest hospitality news including original stories, trends, deep dives, interviews and more. Ad Choices, Say so long to Instagram bait: Eight restaurant and hotel designers predict what is in and what is out in the year ahead. I think our culture has become so addicted to screens and technology that we forget how to interact as normal human beings.”, We’ll also continue to see hospitality spaces embracing non-digital pleasures, like vinyl records and books (see Atelier Tao+C’s capsule hotel in Zhejiang Province, China, and Atelier Ace’s Maison de la Luz). In our view, Accor is onto a winner. “There’s a newly ignited appreciation for more analogue objects and experiences,” says AvroKO principal Greg Bradshaw. Hotel News Resource is a source and distribution point for the latest news in the hotel industry - trends, research, features, editorials, developments and more. Local Travel May Keep Us Afloat. “We’re finding that this commitment to environmentally conscious decisions not only pushes the industry forward, but gives agency to guests in choosing ways to travel that align with their own values.”. Filed under News & Media Tagged with Hotel Management Trends 2020, Top trends in Hotel, hospitality, hotel, hotel industry, hotel management About devskumar9 I am Niitian. Others will follow; expect to see the word "lifestyle" popping up everywhere…. British Airways is selling off airplane items so you can recreate the flying experience at home, The government has confirmed that hospitality can reopen from Wednesday morning next week, England will use COVID testing to shorten travel quarantines, Latest research shows that 80% of hotel guests would download an app to check in and out, US, UK ink open skies deal in advance of Brexit, Nightclub bosses in urgent appeal for COVID bailout. While Sawdon says that some hotels are leveraging bigger design moves like carbon-neutral paint, biodegradable linens, and air-purifying sculptures, others are incorporating smaller gestures like water-saving showerheads and refillable carafes and water stations on each floor to replace plastic bottles. As well as ticking the self-care box, it also provides that elusive connection to nature while minimizing guests’ environmental footprint during their stay.