Infinity and beyond

Infinity edge private swimming pools have become de rigeur in high-end resorts where privacy is the new luxury. Rebecca Lo looks at how these...

Fantasy island

Remote tropical isles may seem ideal destinations to set up luxury resorts, but the challenges that come with developing them are daunting. The design...

Speaking easy

Hotel bars and lounges have evolved to become around-the-clock establishments where guests and locals alike can feel at home, writes Rebecca Lo Hotel bars enjoy...

Animal kingdom

Bangkok-based architect Bill Bensley explains how to integrate thoughtful, sustainable design for a luxurious way to experience the wild at Four Seasons Tented Camp...

Beautiful baths

Hotel bathtubs are becoming increasingly sophisticated, with ‘anything goes’ being the trend for boutique and international operators, writes Rebecca Lo For travellers, the two most...

A sense of place

Guestrooms are perfect vessels for telling stories about their host country, especially one with such a colourful history as India. Wilson Associates...

Have a seat

Designing custom furniture to facilitate a memorable dining experience provides many challenges and rewards for veteran architect Andre Fu, writes Rebecca Lo These are exciting...

Product placement

Hotels are increasingly capitalising on their captive audience by stocking guestrooms with designer products for them to try – and purchase, writes Rebecca Lo Film...

For your eyes only

Hong Kong’s private kitchen restaurants make the best use of prime real estate, combining efficient layouts with reliable appliances to keep guests well fed...

A way with water

Swimming pools are increasingly showcases for hotel design firms to exercise their creativity, writes Rebecca Lo In the past five decades, hotel design has matured...

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