- Abadía Retuerta in Valladolid, Spain (Marco Serra)
- Fabrika Tbilisi in Georgia (MUA Multiverse Architecture)
- Old Mill Hotel in Belgrade, Serbia (GRAFT Architects)
- The Warehouse Hotel in Singapore (Zarch Collaboratives architecture studio)
- The Walled Off Hotel in Bethlehem, Palestine (Banksy)
Converting abandoned buildings into cutting-edge hospitality destinations is a great way to offer guests authentic experiences and creative solutions. Some of today’s most dynamic, architecturally intriguing hotels are adaptive reuse projects showing that almost any building type can be turned into a temporary living space – from breweries to churches, from banks to offices, from castles to factories. The careful and respectful handling of the inherited substance and structure is as important as its creative extension. Whether through striking contrast, reinterpretation, or indeed both together, all featured projects are defined by an enthralling relationship between the old and the new.