This non-practicing architect is rewriting the history of modern architecture and looking for solutions for the way forward.
The Italian architect, digital artist, and set designer Riccardo Fornoni fashions unbelievably alluring worlds for armchair escapists.
Taking a 12th century Muslim palace in the center of Palma de Mallorca as its setting, the new Nobis Hotel Palma reimagines the spaces with a laid-back elegance and personal take on contemporary luxury.
Reinforced concrete and the barebone aesthetics of this style come together with a lush tropical landscape.
How does modernism respond to a tropical context? In the case of Innit Lombok, architects Andra Matin, Gregorius Supie Yolodi, and Maria Rosantina take local materials to create bold new strides in architecture. We had a brief chat with them on working together and their hopes for the future.
One of the most prolific and versatile architects in Mexico today, Alberto Kalach is leading the way in craft-like architecture that is equal parts structure and flourishing natural landscape. Read his interview here.
The idea of health and hygiene was one of key topics influencing the development of modern architecture in the 20th century. An obsession with a clean modern environment might be an inspiration for our post-pandemic life too.
The team behind some of Berlin’s most ambitious adaptations sets out to transform a 120-year-old prison into a unique 44-room boutique hotel—Wilmina, our newest member in the city.
Curator Adam Štěch takes us on a tour of the capital's interesting ensemble of styles.
“One of the main goals of our project was to hide it,” the renowned Brazilian architect tells us of Patina Maldives, Fari Islands.
Stunning structures in Europe that reimagine the aesthetics of a winery and enhance the symbiotic relationship between man, nature, and architecture.
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.
Born in Montreal, raised in New York and Munich, trained in London, and based in Mexico City, Max von Werz—the architect behind Mexico’s Baja Club—is a student of the world.
This fearlessly creative man from Mexico is anything but common—he shapes images and builds dreams that always take into account the bigger picture.