The last concept and post of series is called SEVCCO and was developed by Eve Mignot, Lukas Lauber and Stefano Abedum de Lima from Ecole hôtelière de Lausanne. SEVCCO is an acronym for Shared Economic Value through Co-living Cooperative Opportunities. On the short-term SEVCCO aims to create co-living spaces in developed countries to fight current problems such as loneliness, housing crisis or unsustainable living. On the long-term the concepts aims to first of all, address
This unique concept by Aafke Goetheer and Fei Duindam from Hotelmanagement School Maastricht is based on the most important element: Water. The Waterproof Building unites all phases of water; solid, liquid and gas in a unique real estate concepts. The Waterproof is more than just a building, Aafke and Fei already established some meaningful partnerships with Benjamin Bronsema, Ruben van Wijngaarden and Greenforges. The whole concept with all financials and more information ca
The third winning team we want to introduce today consists of three students from Hotelschool The Hague: Anja Metzler, Nicolas Schultze and David Eggink. Memargon is a real-estate concept designed for reinventing the patient experience of those suffering from dementia by adapting to the needs and comfort of the user, instead of the user adapting its behaviour to the building. Revolutionising healthcare by promoting prevention over treatment and bringing society together. Find
The semi-finals are over and the jury decided on the six lucky teams that will present their concepts at the AHIC in September in Dubai. The teams are currently fine tuning their concepts and cannot wait to present their amazing ideas to the international audience! In the meantime, we would like to present their winning ideas as they are now to you. To start off this series, meet the team from Hotel Institute Montreux, Mara Constantin, Chen Tian and Felix Linnarinne.