An 18th-century château has opened as an opulent hotel in the Loire Valley.
On a hill in Polverigi, amidst Italy’s golden Marche farmland, a modern private residence revisits the spirit of traditional local homes while invoking the radical Italian architectural avant-garde.
His designs have garnered attention due to his creative use of modular cabinetry to transform the utility and flow of small spaces.
Adaptive reuse is the process of giving new life to an existing building, to highlight its history and past purpose rather than just building anew.
The latest addition to the Bloor Street refresh that started with Eataly (visible from the Holts Café’s stunning new 20-foot-high floor-to-ceiling windows), reopened at the end of January and has contributed to the street’s reputation as a major foodie-shopping destination.
The cultural exchange between the Pacific Northwest and different parts of Asia has lasted for generations. In this spirit, Seattle welcomed the renovations to the Asian Art Museum, whose art deco façade overlooks the Puget Sound city’s unmistakable skyline.
Baur au Lac, an iconic, 175-year-old hotel in Zurich, extends its clean aesthetic to Baur’s—a brasserie containing a dining room, cocktail bar, and adjacent cigar lounge.
The City of Montreal has announced an initiative to raise the bar for the design of new projects within its jurisdiction by 2030, a measure that will include sustainability and design excellence as a requirement to be integrated in all municipal schemes.
Steinbeisser—an Amsterdam-based “experimental gastronomy” brand that prioritizes the use of recycled non-plastic materials such as stone, wood, and metal—has brought together over 40 artists and craftspeople for its jouw… initiative.