Townhouse is a hotel designed and curated by The Kastiel Family and located at the heart of the Tel Aviv. Based around tactile material and print finish, a mixed typographical approach in conjunction with a simple sans-serif logo-type and monogram, Townhouse’s visual identity, created by boutique design studio Koniak, frames the traditional crafted luxury of the hotel’s interior fixtures and fittings with a contemporary restraint and lack of superfluous detail.
Daniel is a hotel located in the Austrian cities of Vienna and Graz with a smart, urban, luxury proposition and a history dating back to 1886. Daniel’s visual identity, designed by brand specialist Moodley, reflects the contemporary simplicity, high quality, personal service and heritage of the brand through a stamp based logo-mark, plenty of white space and subtle texture.
Clifton Arms is a hotel, restaurant, bar and brasserie situated within a grade two listed building at the heart of the UK seaside town of Lytham. The hotel has a rich heritage dating back to 1794 which includes a location change from Clifton Street to West Beach in 1840 and the reception of high profile guests such as Winston Churchill and The Beatles. Following a recent renovation, Preston based creative agency Wash, drawing inspiration from the hotel’s past, developed a new visual identity that includes a revised coat of arms, weighty slab serif logo-type and a warm copper colour palette.
Blanc Kara is a new cosmetic range branded and packaged by Brussels based design agency Coast for a new ‘French living’ inspired, spacious, designer boutique hotel (under the same name) located in Miami Beach, Florida.
Ambrose is a hotel situated in two Victorian styled buildings with rooms uniquely dressed, featuring original architectural details and character. Built in 1910 the hotel is located in the historic Golden Square Mile of Downtown Montreal, Canada. This year they will update their identity handled by Hungarian designer Miklos Kiss who took a fresh approach to a Victorian style.