Calton Hill Hotel in Edinburgh

Calton Hill Hotel

Design: Hoskins Architects

New architectural designs for the controversial proposed hotel at Edinburgh’s former Royal High School have been revealed, with a reduction in scale.

CITS Sanya Eyot in Hainan

Sanya Eyot in Hainan

Architect: Benoy

Benoy’s design for the new China International Travel Service (CITS) Sanya Eyot scheme in Hainan is progressing with the latest designs being released this month.

Savu Savu House

Villa Savu Savu in Fiji

Design: Madeleine Blanchfield Architects

Villa Savu Savu was constructed by locals using traditional Fijian materials and techniques. The roofs are made from locally sourced timbers bound together at steep angles.

Hilbert's Hotel in Helsinki

Hilbert’s Hotel in Helsinki

Architects: Snøhetta

Hilbert’s Hotel will be a new beacon of Helsinki, recognizable not only for the environment created for hotel guests and employees, but also for the qualities afforded the public at large.

art'otel london hoxton building

art’otel london hoxton

Stunning 18-storey, 350 bedroom contemporary hotel with a modern top-floor restaurant and bar as well as a publicly accessible relaxing spa, and arts centre, which will include an art gallery, space for video artists and photographic studios.

7th Room

The 7th Room in Sweden

Architects: Snøhetta

In the tall pine forest of Northern Sweden, where the tricolored tree trunks stretch up to the soaring crowns, a new addition to the renowned Treehotel has opened.

Tongying Center InterContinental Hotel

Tongying Center InterContinental Hotel

Design Team: Tim Cheng, Hui Ren, Xin Qi

Entering the hotel, you can see book shelves and screens so high that they nearly reach the sky, it’s like the Ministry of Magic in Harry Potter with its strong sense of drama.

Thermal Bath in Liepaja

Thermal Bath in Liepāja

Design: Steven Christensen Architecture

The design for Liepāja Thermal Bath and Hotel originates from a keen interest in the formal associations of the dome throughout architectural history, and more precisely, its role within the typology of the public bath.