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Made for Life Foundation announces SpaFest lineup
BY Lauren Heath-Jones | 23 Jul 2018
Carlo Ratti Associati and Sidewalk Labs design changeable street prototype
BY Luke Cloherty | 23 Jul 2018
Three concepts shortlisted for Radical Innovation Award
BY Luke Cloherty | 23 Jul 2018
Iconic Gold's Gym brand put up for sale
BY Tom Walker | 23 Jul 2018
New Pisa stadium will establish ‘strong synergies with its context’, says architect Paolo Iotti
BY Luke Cloherty | 23 Jul 2018
Russia 2018 World Cup: foreign fans spent €1.3bn during tournament
BY Tom Walker | 23 Jul 2018
Find your own ‘magnetic north’: Bonnie Baker creates spa based on Cartesian Method
BY Jane Kitchen | 23 Jul 2018
Lasipalatsi building refurbishment finishes as Amos Rex announces August opening
BY Luke Cloherty | 21 Jul 2018
‘The soul of the Left Bank’: Hotel Lutetia undergoes extensive renovation, adds holistic spa
BY Jane Kitchen | 20 Jul 2018
Opening of Caribbean's first adventure theme park increases tourism potential for Trinidad
BY Tom Anstey | 20 Jul 2018
Anytime Fitness looks for further international growth
BY Tom Walker | 20 Jul 2018
New Tate St Ives in the running for 2018 Stirling Prize
BY Kim Megson | 19 Jul 2018
Atelier Chang provide pods for South Korean 'minimalist luxury' glamping resort
BY Magali Robathan | 19 Jul 2018
AECOM appoint Adriaan Vorster as director for architecture in Africa
BY Luke Cloherty | 19 Jul 2018
British Museum seeks to acquire 'Trump Baby' for dissent exhibition
BY Tom Anstey | 19 Jul 2018
'Jurassic' Jeff Goldblum installation appears on London's Southbank
BY Tom Anstey | 19 Jul 2018
Luxury hotel and spa to open in Florida Keys
BY Jane Kitchen | 19 Jul 2018
Disability and accessibility over heritage, says Archbishop of Canterbury
BY Tom Anstey | 18 Jul 2018
Jean-Michel Wilmotte says it was 'imperative' to preserve the identity of L’Hôtel Lutetia in its renovation
BY Luke Cloherty | 18 Jul 2018
Studio Libeskind finish Wuhan museum reflecting the city’s ‘future and spirit’
BY Luke Cloherty | 18 Jul 2018
     
 


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23 Jul 2018
Made for Life Foundation announces SpaFest lineup
Made for Life Foundation announces SpaFest lineup   The Made for Life Foundation has unveiled details of its conference programming for SpaFest – a two-day event focusing on people, planet and health. The brainchild of Amanda Winwood, founder of Made for Life Organics and its sister charity The Made for Life Foundation, SpaFest, now in its second year, is .... More>>
23 Jul 2018
Carlo Ratti Associati and Sidewalk Labs design changeable street prototype
Carlo Ratti Associati and Sidewalk Labs design changeable street prototype   Architects Carlo Ratti Associati (CRA) and city transformation company Sidewalk Labs, owned by Google’s holding company Alphabet, have teamed up to create a “prototype for a modular paving system which aims to make streets reconfigurable, safer and more accessible to pedestrians, cyclists and tomorrow’s .... More>>
23 Jul 2018
Three concepts shortlisted for Radical Innovation Award
Three concepts shortlisted for Radical Innovation Award   Three concepts have been shortlisted as finalists for the 2018 Radical Innovation Award, a hospitality design award that calls for the “best and brightest” concept ideas. Italian practice Network of Architecture (noa*) have been shortlisted for their striking concept – a hotel designed especially for single or .... More>>
23 Jul 2018
Iconic Gold's Gym brand put up for sale
Iconic Gold's Gym brand put up for sale   TRT Holdings, the majority shareholder of Gold's Gym since 2004, has put the fitness brand up for sale in order to "focus on its core businesses". Gold's Gym was first launched in 1965 and currently has more than 700 locations across six continents. The sites are a mixture of group-owned clubs and franchised .... More>>
23 Jul 2018
New Pisa stadium will establish ‘strong synergies with its context’, says architect Paolo Iotti
New Pisa stadium will establish ‘strong synergies with its context’, says architect Paolo Iotti   A redeveloped football stadium designed by Italian architectural practice Iotti+Pavarani in Pisa, Italy will blend into its Tuscan surroundings and sit low, so as not to disrupt the skyline of the city, according to the architects. Paolo Iotti, partner at the firm, told CLADglobal: “The architectural .... More>>
23 Jul 2018
Russia 2018 World Cup: foreign fans spent €1.3bn during tournament
Russia 2018 World Cup: foreign fans spent €1.3bn during tournament   Overseas fans visiting Russia for the FIFA 2018 World Cup spent an estimated €1.3bn (US$1.5bn, £1.2bn) during the tournament, according to a report by Sberbank of Russia – a state-owned banking and financial services company. Sberbank analysed usage of foreign credit cards during the World Cup, taking into .... More>>
23 Jul 2018
Find your own ‘magnetic north’: Bonnie Baker creates spa based on Cartesian Method
Find your own ‘magnetic north’: Bonnie Baker creates spa based on Cartesian Method   Spa consultant Bonnie Baker of Satteva Spa & Wellness Concepts has created a spa based on Rene Descartes’ Cartesian Method for a boutique hotel in Puebla, Mexico. Much as the Cartesian Coordinate System became the basis for the practice of map-making, the spa at Hotel Cartesiano invites guests to delve within .... More>>
21 Jul 2018
Lasipalatsi building refurbishment finishes as Amos Rex announces August opening
Lasipalatsi building refurbishment finishes as Amos Rex announces August opening   Amos Rex, a new art museum in Helsinki, is set to open in August 2018, following the refurbishment of the Lasipalatsi Building in the centre of the Finnish capital. The €50m (US$58m, £44.7m) project, designed by Finnish architects JKMM, will house 2,200sq m (23,600sq ft) worth of gallery space created beneath .... More>>
20 Jul 2018
‘The soul of the Left Bank’: Hotel Lutetia undergoes extensive renovation, adds holistic spa
‘The soul of the Left Bank’: Hotel Lutetia undergoes extensive renovation, adds holistic spa   The Hotel Lutetia, originally opened in 1910 as the first luxury hotel on Paris’ Left Bank, has opened once again after an extensive renovation by architect Jean-Michel Wilmotte. Now owned by Set Hotels, the Hotel Lutetia features a new Spa Akasha with a holistic approach based on four elements. The 700sq m .... More>>
20 Jul 2018
Opening of Caribbean's first adventure theme park increases tourism potential for Trinidad
Opening of Caribbean's first adventure theme park increases tourism potential for Trinidad   Trinidad's tourism industry could be about to get a significant boost, following the launch of the Caribbean's first ever adventure theme park. Also the first theme park to ever open in Trinidad, the pirate-themed Skallywag Bay represents a significant opportunity for the island nation, which is trying to .... More>>
20 Jul 2018
Anytime Fitness looks for further international growth
Anytime Fitness looks for further international growth   Stuart Broster, CEO of Anytime Fitness UK, has revealed plans to become the UK's largest fitness chain – as well as grow its portfolio across the globe. Speaking exclusively to Health Club Management, Broster said the group is making plans to establish a presence in a number of new countries over the next .... More>>
19 Jul 2018
New Tate St Ives in the running for 2018 Stirling Prize
New Tate St Ives in the running for 2018 Stirling Prize   Tate St Ives is the only leisure building to find its way onto the shortlist for the 2018 RIBA Stirling Prize for the UK’s best new building. The Cornish museum – designed by Jamie Fobert Architects with Evans & Shalev – is one of the six projects today (19 July) revealed to be in the running for the prestigious .... More>>
19 Jul 2018
Atelier Chang provide pods for South Korean 'minimalist luxury' glamping resort
Atelier Chang provide pods for South Korean 'minimalist luxury' glamping resort   Atelier Chang have designed brightly coloured pods for a 'minimalist luxury' glamping resort near Suncheon in South Korea. The SJCC Glamping Resort consists of 16 living units, with an onsite restaurant and reception. The units are manufactured off-site and connected to the mains electricity and water supply; .... More>>
19 Jul 2018
AECOM appoint Adriaan Vorster as director for architecture in Africa
AECOM appoint Adriaan Vorster as director for architecture in Africa   Adriaan Vorster, formerly a partner at international design practice SSH, has been appointed as director for architecture, Africa at global architecture company AECOM. A professional architect of 18 years, Vorster has 10 years’ experience at a strategic, managerial and business leadership level. Beyond this, .... More>>
19 Jul 2018
British Museum seeks to acquire 'Trump Baby' for dissent exhibition
British Museum seeks to acquire 'Trump Baby' for dissent exhibition   London's British Museum is planning to borrow the Trump Baby blimp, which flew over the British capital's streets last week in protest against US President Donald Trump's visit. Standing 6m (20ft) tall and created by artist Matt Bonner, the inflatable caricature of Trump was flown in London's Parliament Square .... More>>
19 Jul 2018
'Jurassic' Jeff Goldblum installation appears on London's Southbank
'Jurassic' Jeff Goldblum installation appears on London's Southbank   A giant statue of Jeff Goldblum has become an overnight sensation, after appearing in a tourism hotspot next to London's historic Tower Bridge. The effigy of what is being called "Jurassic Jeff" is 25ft (7.6m) long and depicts the Hollywood star reclining in his signature open-shirted Jurassic Park pose, which .... More>>
19 Jul 2018
Luxury hotel and spa to open in Florida Keys
Luxury hotel and spa to open in Florida Keys   The Florida Keys will get a new luxury hotel in early 2019 with the opening of Isla Bella Beach Resort. Located on Knights Key in Marathon, Florida, US, at the threshold of the iconic Seven Mile Bridge, Isla Bella will include a 4,000sq ft spa. Set on 24 acres of tropical landscaping, the 199-bedroom .... More>>
18 Jul 2018
Disability and accessibility over heritage, says Archbishop of Canterbury
Disability and accessibility over heritage, says Archbishop of Canterbury   Justin Welby – the Archbishop of Canterbury – has said that disability and accessibility should take precedence when it comes to heritage matters. For the Church of England, all places of worship – and not only listed properties – are subject to the Faculty Jurisdiction system, which balances the needs of .... More>>
18 Jul 2018
Jean-Michel Wilmotte says it was 'imperative' to preserve the identity of L’Hôtel Lutetia in its renovation
Jean-Michel Wilmotte says it was 'imperative' to preserve the identity of L’Hôtel Lutetia in its renovation   Jean-Michel Wilmotte, the architect behind the renovation of L’Hôtel Lutetia, Paris has said that in redesigning the famous Left Bank hotel it was “imperative to preserve and enhance its identity”. The hotel was originally built in 1910 by Le Bon Marché creators the Boucicaut family to accompany that department .... More>>
18 Jul 2018
Studio Libeskind finish Wuhan museum reflecting the city’s ‘future and spirit’
Studio Libeskind finish Wuhan museum reflecting the city’s ‘future and spirit’   Daniel Libeskind and his New York studio have completed their first venture into China – a museum in the Hubei province’s capital city of Wuhan. Working in collaboration with the City of Wuhan and Vanke, the largest property developer in China, Studio Libeskind designed the Museum of Zhang ZhiDong to function as .... More>>
18 Jul 2018
New Zealand government pulls NZ$25m convention centre fund unless Peter Jackson can reach agreement over Wellington movie museum
New Zealand government pulls NZ$25m convention centre fund unless Peter Jackson can reach agreement over Wellington movie museum   New Zealand's government has suspended NZ$25m (US$17m, €14.5m, £12.3m) financing for a convention centre in Wellington, New Zealand, with the plans on hold until Sir Peter Jackson can reach an agreement with the city over his proposed movie museum project. The country's government had agreed the financial .... More>>
18 Jul 2018
Airbnb offers tea in Tokyo with Kengo Kuma and tour of his under-construction Olympic stadium
Airbnb offers tea in Tokyo with Kengo Kuma and tour of his under-construction Olympic stadium   Airbnb has offered an exclusive meet and greet with Japanese architect Kengo Kuma, which will include a visit to his under-construction Tokyo Olympic stadium. Five guests were given the opportunity to book the rare experience on a ‘first come, first served’ basis, with the places quickly snapped up. The lucky .... More>>
18 Jul 2018
Alex James named as spa director at The Langley
Alex James named as spa director at The Langley   Industry veteran Alex James has been appointed to the role of spa director at The Langley Hotel & Spa in Buckinghamshire, England. James joins The Langley with more that 14 years industry experience, and has previously worked at the Mandarin Oriental London, where she progressed from advanced spa therapist to .... More>>
18 Jul 2018
Preidlhof Hotel & Spa debuts Dream Well Suite
Preidlhof Hotel & Spa debuts Dream Well Suite   The Preidlhof Hotel and Spa in South Tyrol, Italy, has unveiled a Dream Well Suite, which has won this year’s Innovation Award at the European Health and Spa Awards. Guests staying in the Dream Well Suite at Preidlhof can awaken to a slow-starting bird concert and sunbeams finding their way through treetops, or .... More>>
18 Jul 2018
KidZania teams up with Nintendo for London Labo experience
KidZania teams up with Nintendo for London Labo experience   Kidzania's London attraction at the Westfield Shopping Centre has made a new addition to the pint-sized indoor city – the Nintendo Labo. Teaming with Nintendo for the experience, the new addition uses its handheld Switch device, along with a series of cardboard DIY kits crafted to work with the console. In the .... More>>
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