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Strong lines and shallow door panels give the dark cabinets of this twin-island kitchen a more modern sensibility. Glass fronts further lighten the presence of the richly grained wood. An eye-catching tile backsplash in a predominantly black hue with

Strong lines and shallow door panels give the dark cabinets of this twin-island kitchen a more modern sensibility. Glass fronts further lighten the presence of the richly grained wood. An eye-catching tile backsplash in a predominantly black hue with a white trim finishes off the design.

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The world of hotel design is changing, with a move away from bland repetition of a chain’s design template to giving guests a unique experience that reflects the location they’re visiting. In this issue of Commercial Design Trends, we look at how that’s been implemented in three quite different hotels – the TWA Hotel in the iconic 1960s TWA terminal at JFK Airport, the Sudima Christchurch City and Montreal’s new Hotel Monville.