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Design Hotels releases first Art Print Series

Keeping that travel flame aglow, Design Hotels have tapped some of their very own talented photography teams to bring the most adored imagery to intrepid adventurers missing the open road. Robbie Lawrence, Claus Brechenmacher & Reiner Baumann, and Björn Ceder have contributed three prints that collectively speak to the power of visionary architecture in sublime settings, ever underscored by heartfelt hospitality. With these beautifully printed images, glance into the serenely minimalist portals of Setouchi Aonagi in Japan, Tsingpu Tolou Retreat in China, and Vora in Greece. Over the years Design Hotels had the good fortune to work with some supremely inspired photographers who’ve not only visually captured the hotels around the world, but have also helped them to tell the stories of their hoteliers and their place in the world. Mystical and moody, these three images (Format 30 × 45 cm incl. white margin, blind embossing), printed in Germany on 308 g/sqm paper work as stand-alone art works, or as a poetic triptych, united in their tones and ethereal wonder.

Ksenia Starikova, Design Hotels VP of Brand Experience, said, “Design Hotels has always celebrated standout creatives; whether it be the Originals behind each of our member hotels, the interior designers and architects that craft every project, or the photographers who capture the work of these visionaries. With our first art print series we are honoring those visual collaborators who have always captured the essence of our members in a beautiful way — with the aim to develop the series as we continue to explore new artistic and design ventures.

Design Hotels has joined forces with these visual collaborators to donate 100% of the profits of the first 20 prints sold to Weforest, an initiative Design Hotels are passionate about. WeForest empowers communities to sustainably advance and implement innovative, high-standard, scalable, and lasting solutions to restore forest landscapes.


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