The new Cap Karoso, opening this October on the Indonesian island of Sumba, uses age-old crafts in new, interesting ways to stunning effect. Welcome to ancient modern.
London-based Mexican designer Fernando Laposse transforms humble natural materials into refined design pieces while making an enchanting case for biological biodiversity, empowering local communities, and most of all respecting nature.
With an extensive palette of genres from disco and house to funk and electro, Claire Marie Rutledge has an unprecedented gift in curating soundtracks for her clients at the female talent agency, Les Filles. We chat with her about all things music.
Opening this June, Concepció by Nobis brings together the Scandinavian cool of Swedish architecture firm Wingårdhs with the warm Mediterranean feel of local artisanship in Palma de Mallorca.
If you’ve ever wanted to play with bold colors in your interiors and didn’t know how, here is a masterclass by the queen of mixing prints and patterns, Kit Kemp on Spring Greens.
Making no distinction between what one puts in or on the body, Constanze Saemann’s organic, vegan, and cruelty-free brand of skincare and natural perfumery Basium is gaining a steady following, including us. We had a brief chat with her on sustaining her path to sustainability.
Erla Dögg Ingjaldsdóttir and Tryggvi Thorsteinsson’s award-winning studio derives inspiration from the unassuming, almost austere beauty and otherworldly natural features of their native Iceland—the land of fire and ice.
A walk through Chicago's storied Wicker Park neighborhood, also home to The Robey.
Considered one of the most important contemporary architects of Brazil, former filmmaker Marcio Kogan directs his architectural projects with a cinematic sense of light, play, and drama. Read his interview on his latest hospitality project, Patina Maldives, and more.
From tech devices to apparel, luggage to accessories, these sustainable, future-forward items are tailor-made for this emerging demographic of travelers.
The award-winning Lisbon-based interior designer and architect mixes both vintage and contemporary objects to create interiors that hit that oh-so-satisfying sweet spot between luxury and timelessness.
What do you do with 200 kilos of luxury hotel bed linen? Upcyle to create timeless, well-constructed shirts, of course. An interview with co-founder Johannes Offerhaus.
While most might be able to find the second most populous city in South Africa on a map, it is also home to delights that can be a little less obvious to those not in the know.
As we assess all that we’ve taken for granted this year, we found that travel is high on that list. We are dreaming about traveling through Japan but find that it’s also become important to ask how and why. Inspired by the unique Japanese aesthetic of wabi-sabi, we decided to peer into this captivating land through this special lens.