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products tabletop By Alissa Ponchione 2 1 4 1 The handblown Reduction Glass vases from Gold Leaf Design Group 3 are done in stormy colors of transparent blue with exposed hints of flamed metals. The process of exposing the glass to various levels of heat gives a smoky gradation to platinum at different angles. GOLDLEAFDESIGNGROUP.COM 2 Used for bar service or organizing room information, the Mod tray by Paradigm Trends highlights contemporary d├ęcor. With a lacquered finish and stainless steel handles, trays are available in custom sizes and colors. PARADIGMTRENDS.COM 3 The MG35 tea infuser for Alessi enriches the family of objects designed by Michael Graves around his famous kettle with the birdshaped whistle. The infuser features a similar bird grip made from silicone, as is the closure at the base of the cone that contains the tea leaves during infusion. ALESSI.COM 4 Each colorway of the Color Tempo placemats from Chilewich provides a considered spectrum from light to dark in a block configuration in dark brown, light tan, gray, blue, and red-orange. The collection is suitable for indoor and outdoor use, is phthalate free, and is made in the U.S. CHILEWICH.COM October 2015 099 http://www.PARADIGMTRENDS.COM http://www.GOLDLEAFDESIGNGROUP.COM http://www.ALESSI.COM http://www.CHILEWICH.COM

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Hospitality Design - October 2015

Hospitality Design - October 2015
Online TOC
From the Editor
From the Show Director
Business Sense: Industry Insight
Sustainable Studio: Open Farm Community
Trends: Suites
Trends: Fast-Casual Dining
5 Questions for John Simeonidis
Profile: Neri & Hu
Trends: Scandinavian Inspiration
Trends: Rose Gold
In the Room
Special Feature: Chefs
Platinum Circle
Gary Dollens
Kemper Hyers
Nobu Matsuhisa
HD Visionary Award: HBA
Margherita Saint-Germain
Le Lapin
The Continental
Scone City
I Love Paris
Ad Index
Back Space

Hospitality Design - October 2015