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Regenerative Travel: The Next Frontier

 

Edition 11 | November 2020

When we begin to travel again, we predict the next frontier of travel will go beyond sustainability towards a new trend of regenerative travel: travel that reinvigorates and enriches destinations for generations to come.

At Luxury Frontiers, we passionately believe this kind of travel is not only environmentally and socially conscious, but also regenerates our relationship with ourselves and with nature. In our November edition, we feature a selection of articles centered around reconnecting with wilderness to reawaken the soul.

Learning from Nature: Leveraging 4 Billion Years of Nature’s Problem-Solving Skills

Nayara Tented Camp. Photo by Nayara Resorts.
Nayara Tented Camp. Photo by Nayara Resorts.

Drawing inspiration from the natural realm, Greame Labe, Principal & Managing Director of Luxury Frontiers, discusses the role and benefits of biomimicry and biophilia in sustainable architecture and design. To read more, click here.

The Unfamiliar Art of Crafting Outdoor Travel Experiences

The Unfamiliar Art of Crafting Outdoor Travel Experiences

Jesús Parrilla, Principal & Chief Adventure Officer of Luxury Frontiers, talks experiential design and the lesser-known discipline of crafting outdoor experiences for adventure-seeking travelers, while balancing conservation efforts. To read more, click here.

BoHo News: The Future of Sustainable Travel

CEO & Founder, Luca Franco, recently joined Boutique Hotel News on their podcast to discuss the impacts of COVID-19 and the cultural consumer behavior shift towards rewilding and regenerative travel. To listen to the full podcast, click here.

Meet Anomien Smith: Luxury Frontiers Director inspired by childhood memories in the African wilderness

Anomien Smith, our Director of Architectural & Interior Design at Luxury Frontiers, is the visionary behind many of our most notable projects, drawing inspiration from a nature-filled childhood growing up at the doorstep of South Africa’s Kruger National Park. To read more, click here.

Skift: 3 New Design Concepts for Hospitality That Make Even More Sense Post-Covid

Camp Sarika by Amangiri. Photo by Aman Resorts.
Camp Sarika by Amangiri. Photo by Aman Resorts.

“Hybrid constructions and the rethinking of canvas: A brand that perfectly encapsulates this zeitgeist is Luxury Frontiers, one of the most interesting, progressive thinkers when it comes to the future of hospitality design.” – Colin Nagy, Skift.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, new design concepts are growing in popularity as travelers of all demographics seek immersive travel experiences and a return to nature. To read more, click here.

In the Media

Browse through some of this season’s press