boutique hotels

Populus, the country’s first carbon positive hotel, debuts nature-inspired interiors that evoke an Aspen Grove

Populus, the country’s first carbon positive hotel opening in Denver in summer of 2024, is pleased to unveil its nature-forward interior designs by Wildman Chalmers Design in partnership with Fowler + Fowler Architecture

Hotels that feel like home with Jill Cole

The intertwining of restaurants, gyms, homes, hotels, and residences is emblematic of a larger narrative. Our lifestyles are evolving. They are influenced by the fluidity of contemporary living, the pursuit of individualized experiences, a focus on wellness, and the commercial opportunities arising from this symbiosis. What emerges is a mosaic where the traditional demarcations between hospitality, design, and what it means to live well are redefined, offering a glimpse into the future where spaces are not confined by their initial purpose, but rather thrive on their ability to adapt and transform. 

 Contardi’s archi-decorative aesthetic code chosen for the interiors of Hoxton Rome

Conceived specifically for Hoxton Rome, Contardi’s lamps skilfully deliver the mid-century modern style the designers wanted. The custom-made suspensions have a geometric structure with a dark bronze finish – in harmonious contrast with glass globes, as the dominant shapes that add a space-age touch to the environment.