Follow the progression of how the luxury hotel, which arose in North America from a generally eighteenth century, often French or ‘Adams’ style, through modern artist-designers becoming involved in rethinking the ‘Grand Hotel’, to the 1960s, when the era of ‘barefoot luxury’ arrived.
Distinguished Professor Peter McNeil is an award winning design historian at the University of Technology Sydney. A fellow of the Australian Academy of the Humanities, Peter regularly collaborates with major international museums and galleries.
Series sponsor - Renaissance Tours, Support sponsor - Kimpton Margot Sydney
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