When it comes to designing hospitality experiences, every detail counts. From the tactile curve of a bathroom surface to the elegance of stitches through velour, HIX is for the small touches that make hotels incredible.
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Ben Rousseau / Innovative Illumination
Tempus is a new collection of innovative illuminated timepieces designed to change the way we look at time. Combining an aluminium and glass case with a futuristic LED graphic clock, this kinetic artwork is available in either wall-mounted or standing designs.
Laufen / Future Forms
The latest evolution of the ILBAGNOALESSI bathroom range features lighter forms along with new furnishings in the innovate Saphirkeramik material. Read more about the brand’s collaboration with Snohetta on a series of digital artworks inspired by the range here.
Moooi / Botanic beauty
Drawing inspiration from milanese bourgeois compound sofas, soft femininity, and the beauty of botanicals, Moooi’s Aldora Sofa channels these ideals through a curving form designed by Christina Celestino.
Arte / Secret Silhouettes
New patterns in Arte’s Décors & Panoramiques collection include the panoramic dreamlike visuals of Secret Silhouettes; the traditional Greek plasterwork-inspired Sculptura; and the natural woven Sisal agave fibres of Marqueterie – a geometric patchwork of colours and curved shapes.
Hidde / Super Structures
OneHundredTwentyThree Credenza Round is soft and light in shape, but rich in details and materiality. It features two sleek brass metal feet that give the impression the piece is floating, whilst central section is constructed from solid Croatian Oak that highlights its serene structure.
Welltek / Multifunctional Modernism
Launching at HIX, Welltek’s freestanding tablebed can transform between a desk and bed in just ten seconds; an ideal hybrid hospitality solution for hotels looking to maximise space whilst maintaining a degree of flexibility. Head to stand 67 for a demonstration.
Zimmer + Rohde / Dynamic Depth
Channeling the dynamic aesthetics of modern urban living, Zimmer + Rohde’s new City Vibes collection is a series of fabric patterns ranging from the sweeping brushstrokes of Hyde Park to the minimalist geometry of Piccadilly and the neon-inspired Times Square.
Astro / Traditional Tactility
A modern take on the traditional banker’s lamp, Astro’s striking new Gerrit desk light has been precisely crafted from aluminium and finished in anodised gold, producing a wash of warm light when activated via a touch-free wave sensor.
Joe Scog / Lockdown Lighting
Joe Scog’s Lockdown is a task and reading light in brass and aluminium, with other finishes and fine details available to taste. Created during the pandemic using existing components available locally or those which could easily be produced by hand, Lockdown is an exercise in repurposed refinement.