Hotel Designs unveils brand new look

Hotel Designs has undergone some exciting changes this year, and following the appointments of Sophie Harper, Editor, and Megan Christopher, Deputy Editor, we’re so pleased to be able to share the brand’s refresh with our audience…

Rebrand Alert text as a neon sign

Much like the refurbishment of a much-loved hotel, Hotel Designs has been given a refresh with a focus on a clean-lined and contemporary feel, without compromising the brand’s current standing in the industry.

The rebrand was rolled out on Friday 26th April following the announcement at sold-out event, MEET UP London at Sway Bar on 25th April.

Editor Sophie Harper said, “Whilst the Hotel Designs brand still stands by its existing values of providing the latest design news from the industry for the industry, it was time for a refresh. The new look for the brand reflects the attitudes of the new team and shifts in the built environment towards pared-back design with more impact.”

Having initiated and overseen the rebrand, Publisher Katy Phillips commented: “Hot off the heels of our wonderful MEET UP London networking event last Thursday evening, today marks an exciting day in the Hotel Designs calendar as we unveil our new brand identity.

“Over the years the Hotel Designs brand has developed and evolved – from being bold and burgundy to purple and flamboyant, we now settle on something more simplistic yet wholly refined.

“I am so proud of the growth that this brand has seen in recent years and cannot wait to see what developments come in the not-too-distant future – keep watching!”

The new Hotel Designs logo2024 is shaping up to be an important year for the Hotel Designs brand, with a number of events lined up including: Hotel Summit, Interior Design and Architecture Summit, MEET UP North, and the brand’s inaugural awards ceremony, The Brit List taking place on 6th November at iconic music venue Ministry of Sound.

To find out more information on each event and to discover how you can get involved, contact the following:

For Hotel Summit: Ashley Harper

For Interior Design and Architecture Summit: Olivia Drake

MEET UP North and The Brit List Awards: Katy Phillips

Main image credit: Hotel Designs