Who isn’t inspired by paradise? The arresting works of legendary American artist James Turrell, renowned Brazilian photographer Cássio Vasconcellos, and New York-based textile artist Hiroko Takeda, among others, at Patina Maldives, Fari Islands is proof that nature is the grandest muse
On a long walk together, we spoke with spirituality teacher Conor Creighton about how to make any walk—whether through the city, the country, or an entirely new destination—a moment for mindfulness.
These breathtaking gems invite you to sleep, eat, relax among masterpieces that provoke, excite, soothe, or set you dreaming.
The industrial designer’s fresh take has earned a spot on the global design stage but her heart beats for the local scene back home in Warsaw.
Stunning structures in Europe that reimagine the aesthetics of a winery and enhance the symbiotic relationship between man, nature, and architecture.
Ever humble, Vasily Grogol and Kristina Skripka consider themselves underdogs. We would call them wunderkinds.
As we strive to become more conscious travelers, we have many choices to make. One of the most essential being which destination to visit in the first place? Thankfully, help is at hand.
How do people want to engage with art? For the founder of art consultancy Culture A, Anne T. Rogers, it’s about installing artwork that goes beyond the decorative and sparks deeper engagement for whoever experiences it.
“Voluntourism” is considered the fastest growing trend in travel, but only 55% of nonprofits measure their overall impact. So, how can we be sure we’re enacting positive change?
Meanwhile in Huatata, beneath the shadows of the looming Andes and the apu guardians, Manuel Choqque wants us to continue rethinking the potato.
The journey continues from the cave to the mountaintop, where they meet the sky-grazing Andes, their mountain deities, and nature’s own pharmacy.
Seiichiro Takeuchi and Akinori Kanao—the architect and director behind Node Kyoto, respectively—have drawn upon diversity to build something greater than a hotel. They’ve founded a cultural clubhouse where disparate ideas interact.
An extraordinary local journey guided by shamans, farmers, chefs, and healers through vertical archipelagos of high-altitude ecosystems to discover ancient learning in Peru’s Sacred Valley.
These six hotels from around the world are an arborist’s dream and a joy to behold.