The Business Of Hospitality Design - Virtually
Sleep & Eat will bring the industry together from the 17-19 November, for a unique virtual experience of the industry’s most innovative concepts, exclusive product debuts from both emerging and established brands, alongside immersive features and world-class speakers.
Lines are blurring between hotels, restaurants, and bars. Sleep & Eat reflects the evolving industry and unites the people designing, developing and furnishing them. Facilitating connections between hospitality leaders and the designers, architects and operators behind some of the world’s most successful and celebrated hotels, restaurants and bars.
""It is so important for the industry to come together in November, exchange ideas
support each other and find a way to a better future"
Adam D. Tihany, Tihany Design
With Sleep & Eat’s world-renowned conference programme, hear global perceptions from the industry’s foremost creative minds, including leaders from tonychi studio, Langham Hospitality Group, Tihany Design and Ritz-Carlton, in addition, to live Q&As with industry-leading speakers.
Sleep & Eat Virtual will bring designers, architects, hoteliers, interior designers, specifiers, owners, investors, restauranteurs and suppliers together from across the globe. Reconnect with the hospitality design community through video meetings and speed networking.
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Specify from an extensive product directory of design-led brands, including Perrin & Rowe, Victoria + Albert, Tarkett, Shaws of Darwen, and Bert Plantagie, and strike up conversation with suppliers with our live chat functionality.
Take a 360 interactive tour around Hotel 2035, and explore our design-led concept rooms; from the Lobby, Lounge and Cocktail Bars, through to Restaurant and Guestrooms, designed in collaboration with leading hotel groups and architectural and design practices. Brought to life by visualisation partner, Fumo Studios, and sponsored by Parkside Architectural Tiles.
“Sleep & Eat is a fantastic platform that brings together so many people with varied roles within the hospitality community. We have found in the past that this event is not only informative, it is social, giving you the opportunity to connect with many key figures in the hotel industry.”
Jonny Sin, ReardonSmith Architects
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