hotels

Palaces for the People


This exhibition surveys 100 years of resort and motel architecture and design in the United States. The photographs and architectural drawings on display are complemented by an array of objects and ephemera, including matchboxes, menus, towels, cutlery and stationery. Organized by Richard B. Oliver, Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum’s Curator of Architecture and Design.
Architecture, architectural drawings, photographs, ephemera, tourism, hotels, resorts, exhibitions

New Hotels for Global Nomads


Featuring an international mix of architecture, product design, fashion, and media, this exhibition highlights a current generation of hotels that meet tourists' demands for entertainment and business travelers' needs for offices on the road.
Architecture, product design, fashion, hotels, travel, exhibitions, ch:exhibition=35350233