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Radical Innovation Annual Competition Announces 2022 Finalists 

Contesi Design Company, Hayri Atak Architectural Design Studio (Haads), And Obm International compete for the Grand Prize. Live voting opens on October 6th. Voting opens October 6.




ATLANTA, GA, September 6, 2022 – Radical Innovation, an initiative that challenges creative thinkers and design visionaries at the professional and student level to pioneer compelling innovations in travel, hospitality, and architecture, is pleased to announce the finalists for the 16th annual competition. Progressive architects, designers, and students, representing over 20 countries, submitted their ground-breaking ideas to design the future of the hospitality and travel industries. 

The three finalists in the Hospitality Concept & Design category are: AERA by OMB International, USA; Eco-Floating Hotel by Hayri Atak Architectural Design Studio, Turkey; Hospitality Concept-Merani by Contesi Design Company. These firms will present their projects at the October 2022 Radical Innovation invite-only Awards and Dinner. A public vote combined with the voting by the live audience will be held to determine the $10,000 grand-prize winner and the $5,000 runner-up prize. 

The finalists were selected by a prestigious jury of hospitality and design thought leaders. The jury based their decisions on the creativity of the submitter’s vision, the design, and the potential feasibility and ability to impact the industry. 

The Hospitality Concept & Design jury includes: Claude Amar, Managing Director, The Hardy Group International; Ellen Brown, EVP, Fulcrum Hospitality; Mark Friesen, Principal, Beyer Brown & Assoc.; John Hardy, President/CEO, The Hardy Group; Michael Medzigian, Chairman & Managing Partner, Watermark Lodging Trust; Jena Thornton, Managing Director, Magnetic ERV; Simon Turner, Managing Director, Alpha Lodging Partners; and James Woods, WeWork Capital Advisors. 

In addition to the three professional finalists, the jury listed above awards a student winner for their Concept & Design. The student winner will be awarded a $1,500 prize, and the opportunity for an Assistantship to The University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV) Masters Architectural Program, or a Teaching Assistantship to the University of Illinois School of Architecture or a partial or full scholarship for a graduate degree from the NYUSPS Jonathan M. Tisch Center of Hospitality. 

The competition also includes a Product Category. A separate Hospitality Product Jury awards a professional and student winner in this Category. Live voting will open on October 6th via the Radical website, www.radicalinnovation.io. All winners will be announced in October 2022.

Radical Innovation is produced by The Hardy Group with support from sponsoring companies: Beyer Brown & Associates, Chartres Lodging Group, DFL Legal, Hospitality Logistics, Shawmut Design and Construction; Education Partners, UNLV School of Architecture, UNLV Black Fire Innovation, the University of Illinois School of Architecture and NYUSPS Jonathan M. Tisch Center of Hospitality; Media sponsor: SLEEPER Magazine; Creative Agency: Crown Creative. (List as of 8/31/22)

2022 PROFFESSIONAL DESIGN/CONCEPT FINALISTS:

AERA | OBM International | Timothy Peck | United States To redefine luxury hospitality, OBMI's team of designers from across the globe created a revolutionary concept, a vertical resort, AERA. Innovating to develop a new model for urban tourism, the team reimagined the horizontal guest journey found in traditional resorts to create a vertical destination in the middle of a city.

Eco-Floating Hotel | Hayri Atak Architectural Design Studio | Hayri Atak | Turkey

The eco-floating hotel is inspired by the sea with which it is associated in the first degree in terms of form and design principle. At this point, it is worth to mention that the project will work efficiently in areas where there is a continuous and certain flow. However, the sea which gives the structure physical and tangible power and receives the return it needs in a mutualistic form also directs the shape of the structure with the idea of the vortex.




Hospitality Concept-Merani | Contesi Design Company| Luca Contesi | Georgia

The Concept "Merani" is not Flying Tourism and neither a Flying hotel. A hotel can be easily removed without any ecological damage as a consequence of its presence, accompanying guests during their journey/stay - on Land, in the Air and on the Water.

The operation system of HC “Merani” is rather simple: a cargo airship, instead of ISO-containers, carries one detachable Mini Hotel. With an ability to take off and land anywhere an airship can carry the hotel, with guests to places that are really off the tourist beaten track.




About Radical Innovation

Radical Innovation challenges the hotel industry to elevate the guest experience by calling for innovative ideas in design

and operations. Each year, submissions are received and reviewed by a jury of hotel insiders. Select finalists present their concepts in front of industry influencers and investors during a live event where the audience votes to determine the winner. Since its founding, Radical Innovation has awarded over $200,000 to progressive architectural and hospitality-minded thinkers. www.Radicalinnovation.io

About HARDY

The Hardy Group is the hospitality industry’s premier resource for the execution of development projects of any type or size. Through decades of experience, HARDY provides certainty in execution to owners and investors that reduces risk, exceeds expectations, and enables investment plans to be completed on-time and on-budget. HARDY strives to provide leadership, honesty, and excellence to every assignment.

For over 30 years HARDY has led projects throughout the USA and Caribbean hospitality industries. Featuring a robust portfolio, including but not limited to, full-service hotels, select service hotels, resorts, and adaptive reuse properties. Leveraging its expertise, HARDY works on individual deals and entire portfolios, delivering project management, construction management, owner’s representation, brand negotiation, project accounting and more. Tapping its diverse team, using proprietary project research and in-house budgeting software propels HARDY to the forefront of the industry. www.jhgi.com
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Park Hotel Group Unveils “First Look” of New Grand Park City Hall

Group’s new jewel in the crown empowers guests with innovation and pays tribute to Singapore’s heritage with art and design

SINGAPORE, May 22, 2018 – Park Hotel Group, one of Asia’s leading hospitality companies, today revealed the first look of its flagship hotel Grand Park City Hall. Located on Coleman Street in the heart of Singapore’s Civic District, the luxury hotel is in the final phase of its transformative masterplan which is scheduled to complete by the third quarter of 2018.

The 343-room Grand Park City Hall hotel including its modern European Tablescape Restaurant & Bar are a part of Park Hotel Group’s upcoming mixed-use lifestyle precinct comprising City Hall Square, a new dining, shopping and entertainment destination that is set on the conservation site of St. Gregory Place.

When completed, guests to Grand Park City Hall will expect to enjoy greater convenience, control and personalized service all within the reach of the mobile phones in the palm of their hands. Guests can also look forward to enriching experiences within the contemporary interiors, which are decorated with art and design inspired by Singapore’s history.

“Grand Park City Hall, our new jewel in the crown, is a spectacular juxtaposition of modern technology and heritage-influenced art and design. The hotel is a testament to our commitment to deliver exceptional hospitality and travel experiences for our guests by empowering them with digital innovation and giving them a sense of place through our inspiring interiors,” said Allen Law, Chief Executive Officer, Park Hotel Group.

Greater Convenience, Control and Personalized Service

Today, Grand Park City Hall is piloting the mobile application that allows guests to skip the queue and front desk following a digital check-in and go straight to their room with their digital key. Industry regulations and practices currently require hotel guests to provide their personal identification documents such as passports at hotel front desks even after digital check-in. With the new Grand Park City Hall application, this authentication process can be easily completed by guests taking a selfie on their mobile phones.

In addition, solving one of the worst frustrations travellers have with multiple light switches in hotel rooms, the same phone application can enable guests to adjust in-room lighting and climate cooling. Similarly, simple requests for extra amenities such as towels and bottled water are made simpler with a few buttons. Guests can also connect with the hotel’s guest services manager directly who will provide their attention and personalised assistance based on feedback and enquiry.

Travel Experiences Enriched with History and Contemporary Art

Influenced by Grand Park City Hall’s historical location, the new hotel interiors and spaces are presented with a mix of neoclassical designs blended with clean lines to create a balance between the old and new. Incorporating Peranakan pattern tiles, vintage statement pieces and artwork of local landmarks, the interiors celebrate the modern and contemporary city with mirrored imagery that evokes the sensation of a futuristic world; a counterpoint to the rich past and multiplicity of cultures of Singapore.

Conceptualised by world-renowned firm Hirsch Bedner Associates, the hotel interiors also feature an art collection that recounts the history of Singapore. Artist, illustrator and photographer Aubrey Kurlansky, who is based in Singapore, curated the modern art that captures the rich medley of cultural influences that have contributed to the making of the city nation today.

As part of the restoration work, Grand Park City Hall will also feature new architectural design elements including an updated driveway and entrance. A new majestic bronze arch gate now fronts the entrance to the hotel’s colonial-style façade, symbolic of the welcoming and attentive service that awaits guests as they step through the doors.

New Rooms and Facilities

Following the completion of 186 brand new rooms, the final phase of transformation will feature an additional 157 guest rooms and suites, a new gym facility, a new swimming pool as well as a new rooftop garden event space. Located on the top floors of the hotel, a collection of contemporary suites offers private gardens along with in-built Jacuzzis. Six pairs of interconnecting child-friendly rooms are specifically designed with families in mind, complete with colourful bean bag chairs, an activity desk, a magnetic blackboard wall and rolling paper for kids to express their creativity. Crystal Club guests will also have access to the new Crystal Club Lounge with its associated privileges.
For further information and reservations, visit www.parkhotelgroup.com/en/cityhall.

About Park Hotel Group

Established since 1961, Park Hotel Group is one of Asia Pacific’s leading hospitality companies. Based in Singapore, Park Hotel Group today comprises of more than 16 hotels and resorts operating or under development in 11 key destinations across Asia Pacific. With a focus on growing its footprint across the region and meeting the changing needs of travellers today, Park Hotel Group's brand portfolio consists of its luxury Grand Park, upscale Park Hotel and midscale Destination.

About Grand Park

Grand Park is the luxury brand of Park Hotel Group that is synonymous with premium accommodation, experiencesand comfort that are designed for savvy and well-heeled travellers. Today, Grand Park has seven properties in city and resort destinations of Singapore, Maldives, Hokkaido (Otaru), Wuxi, Xi An and Kunming.


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Hospitality with social impact


B erlin, October 20, 2017 – In these dizzying times of distraction and information overload, Design Hotels™ has heeded a global call for connection and social impact. A portfolio of more than 300 hotels worldwide—and a larger creative network that surrounds them—presents a unique opportunity to bond, bridge, and inspire, and from that mindset,

Design Hotels™’ own initiative “Further” is born. This collaboration of diverse communities coming together aims to co-create meaningful and immersive hospitality experiences driven by social impact–a mission to bring people to a collective consciousness around wellbeing, creativity, and purpose.


With this quest, Design Hotels™ sees not only the responsibility of the hospitality industry to offer deeper meaning to its guests, but also an opportunity to create engagement through cultural programming.

A new breed of hoteliers has followed this command, creating community hubs that offer cultural, spiritual, and intellectual programming to those looking to connect and interact more deeply. Encapsulating this ethos, the eclectic mountain escape in upstate New York, Scribner’s Catskills Lodge, hosted the first initiative of a series that puts this call to action into motion.

Over a late September weekend, guests of Scribner’s Catskills Lodge and the Design Hotels™ Community enjoyed curated movement and meditation experiences; intersecting leading wellness communities District Vision and Goldish, and conversations from thought-leaders on climate change, including a debate between the United Nations Development Program and Pathway to Paris.

Roundtables on the new age of experiences were held by interdisciplinary representatives from Babel, Surface Magazine, and Design Hotels™, and capping off the weekend summit was a full body music and sound experience with Eli Light and Goldcap.

Taking this purpose to the Southern Hemisphere, Further has just wrapped up an events series in Brazil at the Brutalist private villa Chez Georges. From an idyllic vantage point, set between central Rio De Janeiro and its southern beaches, the three-day event was co-curated by the team behind the experiential music and arts festival FORM Arcosanti.

This edition of Further hosted an intimate writing camp of internationally renowned musical artists, including experimental cellist Kelsey Lu, drummer Zach Tretcault of Hundred Waters, Canadian electro-pop duo Purity Ring, LA-based electronic auteur Empress Of, and folk singer Julie Byrne. The international talent came together with indigenous Brazilian artists to create site-specific music aiming to raise awareness for sustainable development communities in Brazil, in partnership with the Equator Initiative.

The final day of this event hosted a closing concert, a collective showcase celebrating their time at Chez Georges and sharing the auditory results of the writing workshops with the greater Rio community.

The event also brought together founder and CEO of Design Hotels™ Claus Sendlinger, and the creative director of iconic Brazilian fashion house Osklen, Oskar Metsavaht, for a conversation on the responsibility of brands to expand the emotional and cultural consciousness of today's discerning consumers.

Design Hotels™ has long been at the forefront of new movements and experiences, and Further is another step into the great beyond. Stay tuned (and engaged).

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HIRSCH BEDNER ASSOCIATES LAUNCHES NEW DIVISION: HBA RESORT


New Indonesia-based Office Integrates Interior Design, Architecture and Landscape Services to Deliver Global Bespoke Resort Hospitality Design


BALI, INDONESIA (August 9, 2017) – Hirsch Bedner Associates (HBA), the world’s leading hospitality interior design firm, continues to be on the forefront of the growing hotel industry with the launch of the firm’s seventh subdivision, HBA Resort (HBAResort.com). The new design division will specialize in creating bespoke, luxury resort properties globally with its flagship office based out of Bali, Indonesia, a hub for Southeast Asia’s flourishing resort community. The design team will draw inspiration from Bali’s enchanting locale working with local artisans and craftsman for indigenous and authentic design projects to create the world’s most treasured resorts.

“For more than 50 years, HBA has been the creative force behind some of the world’s most exceptional resorts within the most exclusive destinations. With more owners and operators seeking out these types of bespoke properties, we responded to the overwhelming demand and reflected the need for increased specialization in hospitality design by delivering individualized, tailored design for each resort,” said HBA CO-CEO Ian Carr. “Our unrivaled capability to offer our clients a ‘one-stop-shop’ for all their design needs from a resort capital such as Bali has HBA Resort poised to be the leader in its industry and we look forward to introducing yet another thriving division from the HBA family.”

HBA’s portfolio already includes an award-wining selection of resort properties, including the Four Seasons Seychelles, Park Hyatt Maldives, Jumeirah Maldives and Eagle Island Botswana. HBA Resort has already begun work on Anzara Nusa Lembongan in Bali, Intercontinental Hotel Bali and New World Grand Bali Resort.

The new division will be spearheaded by HBA Principal David Haughton, who has resided and designed in Bali for the past 25 years. Haughton is responsible for leading both HBA Resort offices in Indonesia in Bali and Jakarta. “Resort tourism has grown organically over the past 30 years to become more bespoke and personalized for the guest over time. Gone are the days of generic hotels made to fit all guests – today, we create narrative-driven hotels that speak to each hotel’s distinct and discerning visitor by creating an experience through tailor-made design,” said Haughton. “As an artist myself, I have always taken a very hands-on approach to my designs and in working with our clients, I believe it’s what helps us design to each region and market, and create an imaginative new product each time.”

HBA Resort stands apart for its ability to deliver full service resort projects with a hands-on approach – from boutique to comprehensive, large scale mixed-use developments with complete turn-key services backed by 51 years of HBA’s expertise. The new office offers a cohesive service from feasibility master planning packages through room and villa design, hospitality and procurement disciplines. Located in the design base of Bali, surrounded and inspired by the pure artisanal spirit of tropical island life, the design team has direct and exclusive access to the region’s talented artisans specializing in metalwork, stonework, carving and other lost arts that are only found in this region.

HBA Resort’s Bali office utilizes a holistic combination of interior design, architecture, landscape, lighting and art – drawing upon the exploration and skills of HBA’s worldwide network of design studios. The team’s environment is their ethos: whether in reference to an island, desert, volcanic mountain or tropical jungle setting, Bali’s enchantment inspires a unique approach to luxury hospitality.

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About Hirsch Bedner Associates (HBA)
World-renowned as the “Number One Hospitality Design Firm” by INTERIOR DESIGN, Hirsch Bedner Associates (HBA), HBA creates the signature looks of today’s luxury brands and unveils the world’s most anticipated hotels, resorts, spas, casinos, restaurants, cruise ships, independent contemporary boutique hotels and world-class residences. Leading the hotel design industry since 1965, HBA remains keenly attuned to the pulse of changing industry trends governed by today’s sophisticated traveler. The company′s international presence, depth of experience, and detailed industry knowledge enables them to identify interior design trends at their source, make definitive predictions about new directions and innovations, and influence design standards at a global level. HBA′s ultimate objective is to add value, raise standards and enhance the brand of a project’s owner and operator.

From continent to continent, each HBA interior is the result of a unique and sensitive response to location, architecture, and client vision. With more than 1,700 designers around the globe in 26 offices in nearly every major city, HBA is a true global company. HBA′s international presence, combined with its extensive knowledge of the interior design industry, has facilitated the ability to rewrite the language of design with each new project. In the past six years, the firm has launched six new design divisions, including Illuminate, Studio HBA, Canvas Art Consultants, HBA Architecture, HBA Graphics and HBA Residential.

HBA has been honored by Hospitality Design's Platinum Circle Visionary Award and HD Awards, Boutique Design's Gold Key Awards, MEIDA 2017 Awards, China Starlight Awards, China Golden Pillow Awards, and Best D.E.S.I.G.N. Hotel Awards, to name a few. www.hba.com. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Pinterest and Instagram.  
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The World's First Hotel Indigo® in a Resort Location Opens on Bali's Seminyak Beach in July 2017


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Bali's most lively and storied village is welcoming the world's most neighbourhood-centric brand in July 2017, with the opening of Hotel Indigo Bali Seminyak Beach. In a village that captures the ancient and modern zeitgeist of Bali in all its colour, energy and lively tradition, curious travellers are the new savvy individualists.

As a destination, Bali has always delighted guests with its ability to embrace the modern and traditional with a stylish and youthful zest — and nowhere is this more apparent than in Seminyak, a neighbourhood where the ocean breeze blends a fusion of village gamelan and modern house music. And indeed where in every direction, the visitor can trace the neighbourhood's story of a Cultural Journey — exploring its local communities and temples, where ceremonies and craft work retain the same daily rituals that connect you back to the heritage of the 15th century.

The new 289-room hotel gracing Seminyak's Mesari Beach draws inspiration from the flavours, culture and character of its surrounding local neighbourhood, the vibrant and lively Seminyak district — and Hotel Indigo Bali Seminyak Beach promises an authentic fusion of enchanting Balinese culture and contemporary creativity. Extending across 4.7 hectares of lush, landscaped grounds, including exotic plantings and beautiful vertical gardens, the resort fronts the southern stretch of Seminyak. Here, the best of modern and traditional Balinese design are seamlessly integrated, reflecting the surrounding Seminyak neighbourhood, from its fashion boutiques and world-famous restaurants to its artisanal craftsmanship and architecture.

The 270 spacious rooms and suites are stylishly appointed with a striking mix of locally influenced design touches. Every guestroom is fitted with daybeds, plush bedding, spa-inspired bathrooms and state-of-the-art features. In addition, there are 19 villas with private outdoor swimming pools, whirlpools and marble bathrooms – all inspired by the Tri Hita Karana philosophy (one's relationship with Gods, living beings and the earth), and showcasing a clever juxtaposition of contemporary design and ancient tradition. Each villa is planned like a Balinese house, consisting of three main areas: Nista Mandala, a space for residents to embrace the Gods; Madya Mandala, a space to be at one with nature; and Utama Mandala a space for interpersonal relations.

Guillaume Epinette, General Manager of Hotel Indigo Bali Seminyak Beach, says: “Seminyak is a melting pot, enriched with a diverse culture and lifestyle that merges all the wonderful things Bali is known for. Our inspiration has been to weave the flavours of Seminyak into our resort, not only with our design but throughout the whole experience. The result is a design-led property that reflects the changing tastes of today's affluent travellers — who not only aspire to enjoy a relaxing escape, but also crave new inspiration. We're certain that every fascinating detail on their journey of discovery through fashionable Seminyak neighbourhood will deliver that.”

Welcoming guests at Hotel Indigo is the expansive lobby space, dubbed the Neighbourhood Gallery. A Balinese Subak-inspired wall structure, accents of verdant foliage, unique outdoor artworks by local artists and water fountains symbolise the tranquillity of Seminyak and impart a soothing arrival experience. Signature geometric lines that decorate the resort at entrances and on canopies and walls are the creative interpretation of the traditional Balinese weaving textile, Tenun Songket.

There are seven lifestyle dining offerings at Hotel Indigo, with a destination to suit every moment and temptation of the day or night, all helmed by the resort's Executive Chef Mads Wolff.

Makase is the hotel's neighbourhood café, contemporary yet casual with an open kitchen serving colourful local flavours for breakfast and dinner. Pottery Café is open all day with a finely curated collection of local specialty coffees, teas and chocolates, alongside freshly-made pastries. It is also set as one of a kind outlets with its own coffee roasting machine and Pottery-making workshop by local ceramic artisan. Organic artisan bar by day and speakeasy cocktail bar by night, the Tree Bar offers healthy and bespoke refreshments within a gorgeously verdant space. By the resort's main pool is the Cave Pool Lounge, which serves cool drinks, scrumptious light bites and refreshing sweet treats such as rolled ice cream and fresh sugarcane juice. Salon Bali is the signature dining restaurant of Hotel Indigo, an intimate space with a rustic design aesthetic where refined Balinese cuisine featuring the island's traditional delicacy – babi guling, or suckling pig – is served as part of an 8- or 12-course menu. Located beside the pristine white sand beach is SugarSand set to become Seminyak's hottest new beachfront bar and restaurant in Q4 this year with space for more than 400 beach enthusiasts.

Leisure facilities for guests range from local cultural explorations to body and mind wellness. The resort's Sava Spa offers treatments and traditional Balinese massages using Sava Spa's locally-sourced natural spa products with active ingredients. The Spa also features 10 treatment rooms, a Relaxation Lounge, a Reflexology Lounge, a Nail Beauty Lounge and a 24-hour Health Club with wellness programs and state of the art fitness equipment such as yoga space, power stretching, weight-lifting, martial arts and TRX.

Guests booking 'Resort's Opening Experience' offer on our website will enjoy extra savings up to 20% for stays starting from 16 July 2017 onwards. Relax in tranquil surrounding within the resort grounds for a minimum of two nights stay. This special offer is inclusive of daily breakfast for two persons and valid for limited-time only until 30 September 2017.

For more information about Hotel Indigo Bali Seminyak Beach please visit www.hotelindigo.com/seminyak or www.seminyak.hotelindigo.com.

About Hotel Indigo Bali Seminyak Beach: Located on the southern stretch of Seminyak Beach, on the southwest coast of Bali, Indonesia, the Hotel Indigo Bali Seminyak Beach is an easy 30-minute drive from Ngurah Rai International Airport. Set to open in July, 2017, the resort features 270 spacious rooms and suites as well as 19 villas with private pools, all set out across 4.7 hectares of prime beachfront. Artfully-designed interiors reflect the inspiration of the vibrant Seminyak neighbourhood, which is a wonderful mix of Balinese tradition and contemporary uniqueness. http://seminyak.hotelindigo.com

About Hotel Indigo: The Hotel Indigo brand is a global boutique hotel brand that delivers a refreshing and inviting guest experience that is truly reflective of the local community. From the locally-inspired murals to the renewal program where the music, scent, and menu items change throughout the year, each Hotel Indigo hotel delivers a vibrant, engaging and genuine boutique experience that gives guests the confidence to step out and explore the local neighbourhood. Each Hotel Indigo property is unique and designed to reflect the local culture, character and geography of the surrounding area while brand hallmarks ensure consistent and reliable service from location to location. No two hotels are the same. There are 70 Hotel Indigo hotels open around the globe. With a quality global pipeline of 63 hotels, the Hotel Indigo estate is set to double in size to over 130 properties within the next three to five years. For more information or to make a reservation, visit http://www.hotelindigo.com. Find us on Twitter http://www.twitter.com/hotelindigo.