Chinese architect Li Xiang, founder of X+Living, creates the latest fantastical amusement park, Meland Club Beijing.
Palm Angels is a brand rooted in contrast—the hip luxury clothing line prides itself on being an Italian take on American culture and subculture—so it is fitting that its new Paris flagship, designed by local firm Studio Henry, would marry unlikely elements.
When Bourgeois / Lechasseur Architectes, based in Quebec City, was commissioned to design a house in Trois-Rivières near Forges du Saint-Maurice National Historic Site, Bunnett’s painting became an inspiration for the form and spirit of the firm’s design: a heavy stone base with archways beneath a dark-wood upper storey.
Worrell Yeung fully renovated and expanded the old dairy barn, which serves as the main house, with its gabled form establishing an architectural theme.
Continuously inspired by the women at the forefront of Iran’s present movement, her work will continue to reimagine a free Iran where women, and everyone, are treated equally.
With a nod to the clients’ interest in genetics and the site’s ecology, the architects arrayed these panels based on the pattern of the four proteins in a DNA strand from one of the Engelmann spruce that surround the house.
Parisian architect Sophie Dries has the innate ability to navigate the disparate channels of the design world.
The Dalmore has debuted a collection of limited-edition single malts, a collaboration of talents from the worlds of whisky and architecture. The Luminary Series marks the beginning of a partnership with V&A Dundee in Scotland, the first Victoria and Albert museum outside London.
Clear some room in your bar cart: The Dalmore’s new rare and collectible whiskies are here. Created in partnership with V&A Dundee, Scotland’s design museum, The Dalmore’s The Luminary Series is a new collection of rare, limited-edition single malt whiskies inspired by architectural design.