Glass Museum in Japan

Exciting news for people who are passionate about glass. Next year in August, a brand new glass museum will be opened  in the city of Toyama, Japan.

Continue reading

4 of the most unique Train Stations in Europe

Public transportation is for some a necessity. Waiting in a queue to catch a train or bus can become  a nightmare.  Each of us has probably used a bus or train at least once!

Continue reading

A shelter in Vietnam

Last time we wrote about solid but affordable houses in Vietnam. This time there is another challenging project at a different  rural area. The idea is to improve crop yields and to provide people with better living conditions.

Continue reading

No more weird architecture

China’s growth in recent years involved  many architectural  challenges. It was all about building more, higher, faster and better. This  expansion was spectacular and projects were completed in no time.

Continue reading

Newsletter for hospitality

How to keep in touch with customers?

Most hoteliers will focus on current and future quests, but not many think about the quests that have just left. ‘ Thank you for coming’ note is a good idea, but as soon as people pass the doorway they are being forgotten by the hotels.

Continue reading

Autumn Decoration Ideas

Autumn decoration ideas

We decided to list some inspirational decorating changes and proposals you might implement during autumn.

Continue reading

Resort fees

For many years now airlines add various charges for extras such as ‘Priority Cars’ ‘additional luggage’ , speedy boarding” etc. Starting to go along the same tracks, many if not all hotels began to charge their guests with things that were taken for granted as being free and included in their overnight stay.

Continue reading

Royal Gold Medal for architecture

Dublin based architects Sheila O’Donnell and John Tuomey won the most prestigious architecture award in recognition of their work.  The award was personally approved by Queen Elizabeth II.  It is officially given by RIBA to those who have had significant influence on architecture.

Continue reading

How Companies are Transforming their Offices with Smart Wall Paint

From Sydney to Dublin, New York to Dubai, offices around the world are transforming their spaces into reusable writing surfaces for their day-to-day business operations.

Continue reading

Hueso Restaurant Interior

In Mexico we can find an amazing, fully restored,  restaurant built in the 1940’s. The restaurant itself is a unique concept that required more than 10,000 bones in order to be finished.

Continue reading