Introducing Taste and Place: The Design Hotels Book. In a first for us, we have used our annual anthology to undertake a broad and inclusive exploration of a single topic: food.
“Artists’ works truly make my projects shine,” Wearstler tells us. Here, we take a walk though the hotel with the designer and the L.A. creators who brought her vision to life.
Wonder what Pantone’s Color of the Year 2022 Veri Peri looks like in interiors? These eight hotels from around the globe might induce some serious design envy.
What happens in the mind while walking? In the case of our invited wayfarers, they returned with a wealth of treasures: a true collection of odysseys filled with revelations, adventures, and omens.
We’ve all lived through a global pandemic, emerging on the other side with a distinct longing for hotel rooms and, as studies have shown, more deprived of quality sleep than ever. Enter Dr. Sophie Bostock, aka the sleep scientist, who is a tired person's dream come true.
“We want our guests to feel connected and inspired, and few things do that on such a deep, emotional level as art.”
Set to open in Spring 2022, Nous Santorini is a lush new oasis that encourages you to take care of yourself with room to stretch out, a private pool, lush landscaped gardens, and an holistic spa set against spectacular natural beauty.
These innovative designers have embraced the circular economy to create new products that go beyond recycled to aspirational. Shopping consciously was never so appealing.
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.
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 her a spot on the global design stage but her heart beats for the local scene back home in Warsaw.
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.
We asked designer Octavio Barrera to create a work inspired by walking near his home base—the Canary Islands—in whatever medium he chose. Here’s what he designed.
For Ukrainian artist and art director Masha Reva, finding her creative voice has been a complex journey of difficulties and beautiful revelations. As her path has unfurled beneath her, Reva has led us through an oeuvre that both challenges and dazzles us.