25 November 2022 | admin | Hospitality Net Industry News
As well as working on a futuristic Atari Hotel, leading hotel architect Tom Ito is starting to see new design trends that are directly related to the pandemic. It’s all down to remote and hybrid ways of working, but the world of design is now moving..
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