Reflecting pools and ‘naughty bathrooms’: a engineer tricks behind some of a world’s many pleasing hotels

The name Jean-Michel Gathy might not underline in a duds of today’s stellar architects, though no one has had so inclusive an change on what constitutes a 21st-century hotel of a initial rank. Since a opening in 1993 of Aman Resorts’ Amanwana on a Indonesian island of Moyo, a initial of his designs to be built, he has combined hotels opposite a universe from a Viceroy in Snowmass, Colorado, to a Hotel Bora Bora in French Polynesia, operated by many of a heading top-tier liberality brands, Banyan Tree, GHM, Jumeirah, Park Hyatt and Shangri-La among them.

This year should see a opening of his initial collaborations with Mandarin Oriental (in Bali) and OneOnly (in Montenegro), as good as an Andaz on a Chinese holiday island of Hainan. And it was recently announced that he will be conceptualizing a stirring Aman New York, an 83-room hotel and 20-condominium growth (with a five-storey…

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