Show Recap: Our Top 10 Hospitality Design Picks From BDNY

To set their hospitality projects apart from the rest, designers, architects, consultants and developers flock to one of the fastest-growing trade fairs dedicated to great hospitality design: Boutique Design New York (BDNY). The show’s seventh edition took over New York City’s Javits Center last week, where we roamed 100,000 square feet of exhibit space to see the latest in categories ranging from interior finishes, bath fixtures and lighting to furniture, textiles and equipment. After sifting through all the finds, we’ve narrowed down our top picks to these 10 must-know products of the moment. Alape Alape: 2step Basin Conceived by Sieger Design for German manufacturer Alape, this elegant glazed steel basin sports a crisp, defining edge and, as its name suggests, a stepped interior. The latter is an interior ledge that holds toiletries and objects that may have gotten wet, keeping the surrounding countertop drier. A gentle slope in the step filters water downward to prevent pooling. Meanwhile, the perimeter edge — which is a mere 3 millimeters thick — can be installed flush-mount or 25 millimeters above the countertop. The tap can be mounted on the elevated step to the left or right or centered, parallel ...
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