Set in an ivy-wrapped manor house in the winemaking region of Burgundy, Château de la Resle works to show that luxury and sustainability can go hand-in-hand.
Founded by two Cretan sisters, Agapi and Costantza Sbokou, Cretan Malia Park offers a new take on sustainable luxury that is deeply rooted in their love for the island.
These innovative designers have embraced the circular economy to create new products that go beyond recycled to aspirational. Shopping consciously was never so appealing.
Patina Maldives, Fari Islands is a radical example of biophilic architecture by renowned Brazilian architect Marcio Kogan and his Studio MK27.
Zuri Zanzibar proudly supports environmental protection, works with the community, and aims to better the lives of locals.
We interviewed Madeleine Dias de Rezende, Sustainable Development Manager at Zermatt’s Cervo Mountain Resort, about the hotel’s inspiring culinary program, her learnings, her challenges, and why she’s optimistic about the future.
Ecuador’s first certified B Corporation hotel has had sustainability at its heart from the outset.
Following an eight-month renovation that began in summer 2020, Cervo Mountain Resort in Zermatt, Switzerland, has become a showcase for sustainability with a new well-being philosophy that calls upon practices from around the world to heal body, mind, and spirit.
If you are truly environmentally conscious, does it make sense to travel at all anymore? What is happening at the intersection of architecture and consciousness currently? Read on to find out where we stand and where we're headed.
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.
Surrounded by lush jungle on the sparkling Caribbean coast, Tulum’s Papaya Playa Project considers caring for the surrounding nature to be core to its essence.
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.
“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?
This intimate Californian hideaway is a living testament to natural, sustainable, and recycled materials.