Sandra Githinji Creative director, Sandra Githinji Last summer, Melbourne-based multidisciplinary designer Sandra Githinji crafted an artful homage to Nigeria with Little Lagos. The design of the restaurant in Sydney’s Newtown neighborhood not only channels West African cuisine through a color palette inspired by capsicums, chili peppers, and tomatoes, but also
On Thursday, April 22nd, discover the physical and mental health benefits of mindfulness, and how to plan and design commercial spaces that encourage mindfulness to improve worker health and productivity. Earn 1 IDCEC Continuing Education Unit (CEU) / Health Safety Welfare (HSW). The post Mindfulness: Wellness in Commercial Design appeared
Chef and restaurateur David Burke and Lemay + Escobar senior partner and design principal Andres Escobar first collaborated five years ago on David Burke Tavern on Manhattan’s Upper East Side. Now, they’ve come together for a second project—Orchard Park—this time, in the suburb of East Brunswick, New Jersey. The 5,700-square-foot
As vice president of hospitality sales for Michigan-based Woodard Furniture and its parent company, Craftmade International, Nick Ades manages a team of independent multi-line sales reps for the industry. Ades started his career as a credit analyst at Great Dane Financial, but the University of Michigan grad and father of
“My childhood was filled with art,” recalls textile and wallcovering designer Lori Weitzner. “I loved to sketch and paint clothing, because I loved the lines and colors I could create.” Her early affinity for art led her to Syracuse University, where she intended to pursue a degree in painting, but
In celebration of Women’s History Month, HD has taken the opportunity to shine a spotlight on the many inspiring women who elevate the hospitality world and beyond with their talent, drive, and ability to defy convention. Here, four leaders from across the globe share their dream projects, biggest inspirations, and
The 2021 trends evolution amps up on everything from food to wellness, art to environment, tech to Netflix. We’re rethinking everything. HD gathers global visionaries to explore cultural drivers and aesthetic shifts impacting design now. The post Creative Jolt appeared first on Hospitality Design.
In celebration of Women’s History Month, HD is taking the opportunity to shine a spotlight on the many inspiring women who elevate the hospitality world and beyond with their talent, drive, and ability to defy convention. Here, we catch up with three visionaries about what keeps them passionate about their