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The Art of Hospitality.

Drift (cool Belgium branding-cum-experience agency) developed the idea as part of Biennale Interieur (a showcase of contemporary design) which saw the transformation of a former school, earmarked for demolition, into a 10day hotel complete with suites designed by invited brands such as Artifort, Espoo and even…erm…Ikea! “Our rationale was creating affordable sleeping space for designers and design lovers,” studio co-founder Bert Pieters told Dezeen Magazine. Could we be witnessing an era of Art-spitality as brands use hospitality as an artistic medium to attract consumers in a post Air BnB society? (check www.LSNglobal.com for more on that)

Fish art is food for the soul.

Hotel Americano at Armory Show 2015.

We think Roberta’s should come to Governors Ball!

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