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DESIGN HOTELS RELEASES ORIGINAL ART PRINTS SERIES INSPIRED BY ITS LATEST BOOK

Following the recent launch of Taste and Place: The Design Hotels Book, the trendsetting brand has published an Art Print Series that captures the book's broad and inclusive exploration of food.

DESIGN HOTELS RELEASES ORIGINAL ART PRINTS SERIES INSPIRED BY ITS LATEST BOOK

Following the recent launch of Taste and Place: The Design Hotels Book, the trendsetting brand has published an Art Print Series that captures the book's broad and inclusive exploration of food.

Catégorie : Monde - Évènements - Communication / Marketing
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Crédit photo © Design Hotels

In a first for Design Hotels, its much-loved annual book focused on a single topic: delving into the holistic connectivity of food and its integral role in purposeful travel.

The book’s accompanying Art Print Series spotlights two photographs from two of its most inspired food stories, capturing the essence of a dish and its emotional ties, which start from the ingredients and expand out into the community and wider world.Chapter three of Taste and Place, “Homegrown,” spotlights hotels that take a hyperlocal approach to produce, including Rastrello in Umbria, which is surrounded by 900 olive trees.

The accompanying Art Print, also titled Homegrown, is a richly saturated still life by photographer Vivek Vadoliya, who captures the simple abundance of an Umbrian harvest season.

Sowing, nurturing, plucking, and preserving a single ingredient, like an olive, with one’s own hands can re-establish a connection to local produce and flavors that can only be experienced in that time and place.

The second Art Print is Maureen Evans’s ode to Oaxacan cuisine from chapter seven, “With Reverence.”

Styled by Tessa Watson, the photograph uses rough textures and light to celebrate both the ordinary and the remarkable, highlighting the ways that even something as commonplace as freshly laid eggs is in dialogue with culture and history in the way livestock and produce are cared for and used.

All in all, the two prints are embodiments of how “flavors are living, breathing records of a time and place,” as award-winning writer and photographer Nicholas Gill says. “Each taste is felt. We ingest their history. They become a part of us.”

Featuring stories from Design Hotels members, including Rockhouse Hotel in Jamaica, Bursa Hotel in Ukraine, and Satoyama Jujo in Japan, Taste and Place: The Design Hotels Book reveals how the ecosystem of a hotel seen through the lens of food provides a perfect microcosm to better understand bigger systematic changes.

From regional terroir through the kitchen to the community that connects us, the book uncovers a plethora of topics spanning social engagement and respect for cultures and ingredients, as well as rethinking food waste and big-picture hospitality.

The two Art Prints, which work as stand-alone artworks or as a poetic diptych, are available in A0 (€195) and A2 (€95) sizes with blind embossing on museum-quality, 290g/sqm paper made of 90 percent bamboo fibres and are printed in Germany.

Purchase the Art Print Series here, and Taste and Place: The Design Hotels Book here (€59.90).

About Design Hotels

Design Hotels represents and markets a curated selection of over 300 independent hotels in more than 60 countries across the globe. More than a collection of hotels, the company is a collection of stories. Each property reflects the ideas of a visionary hotelier, an "Original", someone with a passion for genuine hospitality, cultural authenticity, thought-provoking design and architecture. Each "Original" stands for the individual, aesthetic and service-driven experience that his or her hotel provides.

In 2017, Design Hotels launched Further, a traveling laboratory for experiential hospitality that transforms hotels across the globe into temporal hubs of thematic exploration. The mission behind Further aligns with the values of the future-facing Promad, a new generation of traveler embracing progressive travel and global nomadism. First identified by Design Hotels in collaboration with leading futures consultancy The Future Laboratory, the purpose-driven, self-actualizing Promadic movement is set to shape the future of hospitality.

Founded by Claus Sendlinger in 1993, Design Hotels offers its members insightful travel industry knowledge, from market trend consultancy to international sales representation. The company has its headquarters in Berlin and branches in London, Los Angeles, New York and Singapore. In 2019, Design Hotels joined forces with Marriott Bonvoy, enabling its member hotels to have both a greater and more selective reach while offering its Community the benefit of the industry’s leading loyalty program.

Marriott International, Inc. (NASDAQ: MAR) is based in Bethesda, Maryland, USA, and encompasses a portfolio of nearly 8,000 properties under 30 leading brands spanning 139 countries and territories. Marriott operates and franchises hotels and licenses vacation ownership resorts all around the world. The company offers Marriott Bonvoy, its highly-awarded travel program.


Crédit photo © Design Hotels




Crédit photo © Design Hotels



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