Casa Âmago in Ansião, Portugal, a one-storey home by Bruno Dias Arquitectura, is an understated example of contemporary architecture. The home exemplifies oneness—a seamless connectivity instilled within its orthogonal floor plan.
Brooches are enjoying a revival, and most importantly, they have shed their reputation as being reserved for women of a certain age. The jewellery piece has evolved into a staple statement not just for special occasions but also for the everyday.
For some, X marks the spot. For Nicolas Denino, the X is a circle, and the colour is blue. “Blue represents a flow of energy that becomes tangible in different shapes and forms,” says the 37-year-old contemporary artist. “This fluidity represents a vibrant and changing energy, a spiritual energy flowing on.”
For Canadians, Montreal represents a kind of bohemian paradise: a culturally rich, architecturally arresting, walkable city with great shopping and an even better food scene. Luckily, for Ontarians, Canada’s answer to Paris is a short drive, flight, or train ride away. For a luxurious stay in the city, look no further than Sofitel Montreal Golden Mile.
Longines and the equestrian world have been interlinked for years. A long-time supporter of dressage and show-jumping events, the brand is now trotting out a new riding-inspired timepiece, the DolceVita x YVY.
Interior designer Chad Dorsey needed a mantel that would accommodate an off-centre fireplace, so he created the asymmetrical and sculptural Malibu. Since then, Dorsey’s eponymous Dallas-based interior design studio has launched STRIKE, a line of bespoke mantels.
The Montana Labelle Design & Lifestyle aesthetic combines contemporary and vintage.
At just 200 metres long by 200 metres wide and with only 15 overwater villas, Kudadoo is an intimate and understated statement of ultraluxury designed by Yuji Yamazaki.
With the Rolex Mentor and Protégé Arts Initiative, senior artists take on young professionals, sharing not only craft and practice but also their processes and their lives.