The offices that housed Churchill’s operations and inspired Bond have become luxury condos in London. Take a look inside.
The Vancouver-based architecture firm uses an elegant metaphor to represent the over-reliance on climate control and its negative effects on the planet.
The Coral Room, located in the Bloomsbury, one of the Doyle Collection properties, is far from just another hotel bar.
A Rome-based firm, created the three-storey restaurant to reflect both the tiled styling of the branches of VyTA in Italy, as well as the kitsch that defined Covent Garden in the ’60s and ’70s.
An extremely meticulous nine-year, $53-million renovation has restored portions of the 28,000-square-foot home to their original glory while bringing others firmly into the 21st century.
British artists Gilbert Prousch and George Passmore, the notorious Gilbert & George, share a unique twinship. Their oeuvre—mainly consisting of photography, from black-and-white pieces to brightly coloured collages—involves using whatever materials in whatever form most appropriate to conveying their ideas.
Western Europe’s tallest building and the one-time private residence of a London fox.
Nestled in London’s Knightsbridge district, the Berkeley has been a landmark fixture since the turn of the century. The context of the hotel’s location, mere steps from Hyde Park, makes staying here a classic British experience.
The art of conversation in a digital world. This week, our editors are reading about tourism in Tulum, a Stanley Kubrick exhibition, and Roxane Gay’s new magazine.