Expectations for key design trends in London Hotels

By Hotel Yearbook (various authors)

2 March 2012
Yearbook (various authors)

The 2012 Olympic Games are giving London the impetus to complete a number of hotel projects – which in turn is giving interior designers the opportunity to demonstrate their creativity in some interesting new spaces. Dexter Moren, Director at London-based design practice Dexter Moren Associates, shares his expectations for the key design trends he sees for the year ahead in this dynamic hotel market.

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