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RECEPTION


Contents Features


024 The Wythe – Brooklyn 032 Jean Philippe Nuel 040 Ett Hem – Stockholm 046 Maria Cristina – San Sebastian 052 Marti – Istanbul 060 NoMad – NYC 066 Four Seasons Hotel – Guangzhou 073 Hilton London Wembley – London 080 Park Plaza Histria Pula 090 Deloitte EHIC 096 HI Design Asia 101 BDNY – New York 104 Sleep 2012 – London 118 OW Hospitality 122 Music Concierge 124 Floorcoverings


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009 Welcome 010 Check-In 012 Drawing Board


088 Event Diary 134 The Specifier 146 Check Out


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ZEYNEP FADILLIOGLU Turkish designer and architect Fadillioglu received widespread acclaim for her 2009 interiors at the Şakirin Mosque in Istanbul, becoming possibly the first female to design a mosque. She recently completed the Marti Hotel in Istanbul, whose owners Marti Group are currently developing four projects across Turkey.


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JEAN PHILIPPE NUEL Born into a family of architects, Nuel’s first hotel design for a boutique property in Paris led to a string of commissions from major hotel groups including Sofitel, Le Meridien, Hilton and Marriott. We caught up with him at the inauguration of his most recent project – the Radisson Blu in Nantes.


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OSCAR NIEMEYER Widely regarded as one of the key figures in 20th century modernist architecture, Oscar Niemeyer passed away aged 104 on 5 December 2012. He was best known for his civic designs for the new Brazilian capital Brasilia but we take a closer look at some of his lesser known hotel projects.


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JACQUES GARCIA Garcia’s designs for Hotel Costes in Paris and La Mamounia in Marrakech have established him as a much sought-after designer in the hotel world. Sydell Group took inspiration from the Paris residences of his youth for the conversion of a turn-of-the-century Beaux Arts building in New York to the NoMad hotel.


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