Night Fever 4 : Hospitality Design

2014년 3월 우리는 FRAME Publishers 로 부터 NBDC의 프로젝트를 Night Fever 4 에서 다루고 싶다는 반가운 연락을 받았습니다.

Night Fever 는 최근 2년 세계 곳곳에 펼쳐진 Hospitality Design 분야를 선별한 출판물로 DRINK / EAT / SLEEP 을 주제로 프로젝트와 디자인 스튜디오에 대한 정보를 제공하면서 최신 트렌드를 소개합니다.

우리는 FRAME Publishers 와 프로젝트에 대한 개념과 디자인 개발과정에 대해 이야기를 나누었고, 2014년 9월 NBDC 프로젝트가 수록된 Night Fever 4 가 출판되었습니다.

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As its successful predecessors, Night Fever 4 unveils the latest and greatest hospitality interiors from all over the world.

Night Fever 4 consists of three chapters. The first covers restaurants, the second features bars and clubs, and the third is devoted to hotel interiors. This book offers readers 130 fresh and exciting projects featured on a total of six hundred pages.

Interiors are featured on two to six pages that are filled with full-color photographs, drawings, sketches, floor plans, and of course a description of the design and the designer. For each project, the text explains how the designers fulfilled their client’s wishes, how they incorporated the client’s identity, how the concept developed, what materials were used, and how the design was executed.

Night Fever 4 presents work of well-established designers as well as work of young talents. All designers are based throughout the world, including the United States, Italy, the Netherlands, Belgium, Germany, the United Kingdom, Japan, and Australia. Projects are selected based on their original concept, creativity, innovative approach, or the project’s unmistakable wow factor.

The book is categorized by type of venue: restaurants, bars and clubs, and hotels. Extensive indices at the back of the book indexed by name of designer, by name of venue, and by venue location make this an easy to navigate publication.

Released September 2014
Frame Publishers
Written by Carmel McNamara and Jane Szita
Graphic design by Marielle van Genderen and Zoe Bar-Pereg
560 pages / full colour / hardcover
230 x 297 mm
ISBN 978-94-91727-16-0

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