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The artists used Old Navy paint from Benjamin Moore to give this guest room a blue hue. Photo  of Hospitality Favorites modern home

The artists used Old Navy paint from Benjamin Moore to give this guest room a blue hue.

Another room is done up in shades of green. Photo  of Hospitality Favorites modern home

Another room is done up in shades of green.

Hovering over the Libertine bar/restaurant in Casa Bonay is a massive lighting installation by Santa & Cole, Barcelona-based creators and editors who designed the industrial lighting throughout the space. Photo  of Hospitality Favorites modern home

Hovering over the Libertine bar/restaurant in Casa Bonay is a massive lighting installation by Santa & Cole, Barcelona-based creators and editors who designed the industrial lighting throughout the space.

Le Coucou restaurant in New York City by Roman & Williams. Courtesy of Roman & Williams. Photo  of Hospitality Favorites modern home

Le Coucou restaurant in New York City by Roman & Williams. Courtesy of Roman & Williams.

Room Mate Giulia Hotel by Patricia Urquiola in Milan. Courtesy of Room Mate Giulia Hotel. Photo  of Hospitality Favorites modern home

Room Mate Giulia Hotel by Patricia Urquiola in Milan. Courtesy of Room Mate Giulia Hotel.

Room Mate Giulia Hotel by Patricia Urquiola in Milan. Courtesy of Room Mate Giulia Hotel. Photo  of Hospitality Favorites modern home

Room Mate Giulia Hotel by Patricia Urquiola in Milan. Courtesy of Room Mate Giulia Hotel.

"The ground floor of Momotaro channels the spirit of a Tokyo office space of the 1950’s and 60s," explains AvroKO partner William Harris, "where the salaryman spent his days, with an izakaya on the lower level that's inspired by yokocho: the back alleys that sprang up in Tokyo as post-war black markets." Photo  of Hospitality Favorites modern home

"The ground floor of Momotaro channels the spirit of a Tokyo office space of the 1950’s and 60s," explains AvroKO partner William Harris, "where the salaryman spent his days, with an izakaya on the lower level that's inspired by yokocho: the back alleys that sprang up in Tokyo as post-war black markets."

The Cold Pressed Juicery by Standard Studio in Amsterdam. Courtesy of Standard Studio. Photo  of Hospitality Favorites modern home

The Cold Pressed Juicery by Standard Studio in Amsterdam. Courtesy of Standard Studio.

The Cold Pressed Juicery by Standard Studio in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. Courtesy of Standard Studio. Photo  of Hospitality Favorites modern home

The Cold Pressed Juicery by Standard Studio in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. Courtesy of Standard Studio.

Upland restaurant by Roman & Williams. Courtesy of Upland. Photo  of Hospitality Favorites modern home

Upland restaurant by Roman & Williams. Courtesy of Upland.

Room 606 in the hotel is preserved exactly as Jacobsen designed it. "I love the idea of preserving history," Hayon says. "But hotels are made to be used and furniture faces a major test in these spaces. It's interesting to see history by looking at the color choice and choice of elements in a space."

To book a stay at the hotel and see the Jaime Hayon suite and Arne Jacobsen room, visit radissonblu.com. Photo  of Hospitality Favorites modern home

Room 606 in the hotel is preserved exactly as Jacobsen designed it. "I love the idea of preserving history," Hayon says. "But hotels are made to be used and furniture faces a major test in these spaces. It's interesting to see history by looking at the color choice and choice of elements in a space."

To book a stay at the hotel and see the Jaime Hayon suite and Arne Jacobsen room, visit radissonblu.com.

Spanish designer Jaime Hayon was invited to renovate room 506 in the Arne Jacobsen–designed SAS Royal Hotel, which is now called the Radisson Blu Royal Hotel. Hayon preserved the original interior architecture, but furnished the space with contemporary and reissued items. Photo  of Hospitality Favorites modern home

Spanish designer Jaime Hayon was invited to renovate room 506 in the Arne Jacobsen–designed SAS Royal Hotel, which is now called the Radisson Blu Royal Hotel. Hayon preserved the original interior architecture, but furnished the space with contemporary and reissued items.

Berners Tavern at the London Edition Hotel by Yabu Pushelberg. Courtesy of the London Edition. Photo  of Hospitality Favorites modern home

Berners Tavern at the London Edition Hotel by Yabu Pushelberg. Courtesy of the London Edition.

Sketch restaurant in London. Courtesy of Sketch. Photo  of Hospitality Favorites modern home

Sketch restaurant in London. Courtesy of Sketch.

Sketch restaurant in London by India Mahdavi. Courtesy of Sketch. Photo  of Hospitality Favorites modern home

Sketch restaurant in London by India Mahdavi. Courtesy of Sketch.

Sketch restaurant in London by India Mahdavi. Courtesy of Sketch. Photo  of Hospitality Favorites modern home

Sketch restaurant in London by India Mahdavi. Courtesy of Sketch.

Beachwood Café in Hollywood by Bestor Architecture. Courtesy of Bestor Architecture. Photo  of Hospitality Favorites modern home

Beachwood Café in Hollywood by Bestor Architecture. Courtesy of Bestor Architecture.

The restaurant has a glass facade that stretches between the building's pillars. Photo  of Hospitality Favorites modern home

The restaurant has a glass facade that stretches between the building's pillars.

Architect Odile Decq’s array of projects includes the Phantom restaurant, located inside the Palais Garnier, built in 1875 to house the Paris Opera. Photo  of Hospitality Favorites modern home

Architect Odile Decq’s array of projects includes the Phantom restaurant, located inside the Palais Garnier, built in 1875 to house the Paris Opera.

Eclectic restaurant in Paris. Courtesy of Tom Dixon. Photo  of Hospitality Favorites modern home

Eclectic restaurant in Paris. Courtesy of Tom Dixon.

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