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Hotel as home

by Gary Chang

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"Architect and photographer Gary Chang has a strange obsession: he loves hotels. Spending about 120 days a year traveling all over the world, Chang has become something of a hotel expert, but meeting his exacting standards for a suitable home away from home isn't easy. His favorite hotels are places with a certain special quality, like New York's kitschy Maritime, Budapest's classic Gellert, or Zurich's brand-spanking new Zurichberg. Chang's favorite finds are documented in beautiful photographs and personal texts in Hotel as Home. He presents thirty-five hotels from around the world in this atmospheric book - from the Hotel 101 in Reykjavik, the Hotel Corbusier in Marseilles, and the Soho House Hotel in New York, to the W Hotel in Sydney and the Hotel Metropolitan in Bangkok."--BOOK JACKET.… (more)

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