Further is a traveling hospitality laboratory through which we transform hotels across the globe into temporal hubs of cultural exploration.
There is a reason we’re here on this ancient land where we gather the creators who look to traditions, heritage, and indigenous knowledge and incorporate this wisdom into better, more conscious practices.
In collaboration with La Pause Residency, Further Marrakech asked what it means to be an artist or an artisan—and what happens when such practitioners come together in the act of creation.
On a windswept stretch of Texas desert re-envisioned as a minimalist art mecca, Further Marfa set out on an exploration of borderlands
Further brought a group of architects, hoteliers and place-makers from across the Asian continent to Tokyo to explore new ideas about urban living and the cities of tomorrow.
Further climbs high into the Georgian Caucasus to explore wellbeing, consciousness, and the mind-body connection.
How does a tiny Greek island of ruins explain the thriving festival landscape of today? To understand the present, you have to go back to the beginning.
The Swedish artist’s playful electronic music integrates seamlessly with his breathwork sessions and sound journeys.
Food and wellness guru Jasmine Hemsley unites East and West, bringing Ayurvedic wisdom to a modern audience.
Aminian unites musicians across cultures to explore shared musical traditions through his organization Roots Revival.
The musician and songwriter behind “Índio do Brasil” descends from Brazil's Xingu tribe.
The nomadic folksinger’s shimmering, 70s-tinged compositions recall Joni Mitchell and Karen Dalton.
The Puerto Rican multimedia artist explores themes of beauty and memory through his bold, fantastical style.
Co-owner of weekly newspaper The Big Bend Sentinel, as well as the Spanish-language Presidio International.
The Osaka producer and DJ plays soulful music influenced by a hodgepodge of influences and field recordings.
The Japanese guitarist and “loop pedal ninja” layers rhythms and harmonies into psychedelic compositions.
The Japanese musical duo's playful, melodious sound combines hand pan and human beats with electronics.
The influential Mexican gallerist founded LABOR in 2009, spotlighting politically engaged, research-driven work.
Aiming to connect humans with the natural world, the Marfa-based sculptor create imaginative works in wood.
The Parisian-born Marfa artist creates watercolor compositions that draw attention to the mundane and inconspicuous.
Founder of Anónimo, a Mexico-based art platform that obscures authorship until a work is sold.
A group of rising musicians takes over a storied 1960s-era artists colony on California’s Sonoma Coast.
Seven of today’s most exciting young poets gather at a historic literary salon.
A hilltop Brazilian Brutalist landmark between central Rio de Janiero and the sandy beaches of the south.
A 1960s-era meditation lodge and artist colony reborn as a unique contemporary retreat.
Holistic design and bohemian-inflected luxury on a scenic stretch of raw Mykonos coastline.
A reactivated country estate and longtime creative retreat in New York’s bucolic Hudson RiverValley.
A true mold-breaking hub of Tokyo’s iconic Shibuya ward, Trunk Hotel is an energetic showcase of local fashion and design.
A new hospitality concept inspired by the Japanese philosophy of Ma—consciousness of space, structure, and balance