We really pay attention the opinion of the Design Experts. They just share insights on the hot hospitality design for 2017, and we want to share with you.
Design Experts announced the top four design trends for 2017. Are you curious to see what trends made the list?
“Interior Designers will no longer be limited to silver or stainless steel fixtures, and will feel free to mix and match finish colors, or go bold with all gold,” according to the Zillow Digs report.
Designer says mixing warm metals, such as copper and rose gold, with cool ones like silver is particularly hot right now. Los Angeles designer Jamie Bush agreed, saying he is no longer interested in matching every metal finish in a single room: “It’s too staged.” Try to play with those matching in your future hospitality projects.
Lapis Blue Mood
Several designers are developing a case of the navy blues. Los Angeles designer hailed the color’s versatility: “It plays so well with other colors, such as pink, cream, gray, coral and sage.” Benjamin Moore’s Old Navy mixed with a little black. Plus this is one of the Pantone colors of the Year.
Whether it looks like a Motherwell or a Monet, a rug that is visually fluid with irregular patterns breaks the grid of rectangular spaces and contract furniture!
Hotel management is not just restricted to service. It also covers an experience in which the decor plays a crucial role.
This means a professional in this sector should not only be adept at managing a function or business but also he skilled at tasteful display of everything from carpeting and woodwork to lighting.
A Swiss Education Group offers a Master's degree for people who wish to gain skills in the design aspect of the industry, as well. International Hotel and Tourism Training Institute
Master of International Business Hotel and Design Management degree is for graduates seeking a career in the field as well as for people who work in the hospitality industry arid require further training for brighter prospects. It is aimed at those who wish to advance their careers by gaining advanced knowledge of theoretical and applied topics in the spheres of luxury, hotel design and executive leadership.
Program Duration :
Semester 1 —18 weeks + 4-6- Week internship
Semester 2 —18 weeks + 4-6-Week internship
There is a paid internship of 4-6 weeks in the Hospitality industry in Switzerland or abroad with a minimum gross salary of about Rs 1,48,870 deductions for food, accommodation, taxes and insurance of about Rs 68,540)
WHAT IT COVERS: The programme is designed to make student acquire skills in analysis., critical evaluation, and professional application and gain the ability to solve problems independently. It has been designed in consultation with industry.
JOB PROSPECTS: In Hotel operations,. job opportunities are in banquets and conferences, food and beverage management, front office, housekeeping, and restaurant management. In design, the options include project management, hotel designing ,interior design, luxury brand management and retail management of luxury brands.