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Opinion Article 3 March 2011

DESIGN: Something’s missing...

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INES KLEMM lectures on hospitality concepts and interior design at the Ecole hôtelière de Lausanne (EHL) and the Institut Paul Bocuse in Lyon. In the hospitality world, her work examines the ways that space, light and color are tied to a guest’s emotion and memory – and how this in turn may ultimately affect brand identity. We asked her how she sees hotels using these concepts in 2011.

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DESIGN: Something’s missing... | By Ines Klemm

INES KLEMM lectures on hospitality concepts and interior design at the Ecole hôtelière de Lausanne (EHL) and the Institut Paul Bocuse in Lyon. In the hospitality world, her work examines the ways that space, light and color are tied to a guest’s emotion and memory – and how this in turn may ultimately affect brand identity. We asked her how she sees hotels using these concepts in 2011.
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Hotel Yearbook (various authors)

The Hotel Yearbook is a uniquely forward-looking annual publication. Each year, dozens of CEOs and other senior executives from the hotel industry worldwide, as well as leading analysts and observers, use this platform to share their expectations for the coming twelve months. Each of the 70+ contributors looks specifically at his or her area of expertise, describing the likely developments for the year ahead.

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