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COR & asociados: nursery school in the palm trees

The exponential growth that has taken place at Los Alcázares – a town in Murcia in southern Spain - has resulted in a need to increase state …

James Turrell clouds the Guggenheim’s interior in colours of the entire spectrum, so that visitors enter a prismatic environment within Frank Lloyd Wright’s pearly shell

Joseph Grima takes a drive from Amsterdam to Rotterdam with Rem Koolhaas to talk about domesticity, design and Tools for Life, his first furniture collection, recently presented by Knoll International

In the extension of the house for a young couple next to the main family home, mA-style architects intentionally left a rich blank space that would inspire the residents

Working with Indonesian artisans and using the rattan weaving craft, Lanzavecchia + Wai designed a room divider with various-sized pockets, and a bench that recalls a huge fish

mA-style architects: Light Walls House

The Light Walls House designed by mA-style architects in Toyokawa City stands in a shaded location next to a two-storey house on its south side.<p>The …

The single-family house designed by mA-style architects in Toyokawa City sought to create a uniformly lit space by playing with the way the daylight flows in and the light is directed

The London Edition: Ian Schrager's capital comeback

Ian Schrager is a man who requires little introduction. A firm fixture on the contemporary hospitality scene for over three decades, the charismatic New Yorker can be credited with spearheading the boutique hotel sector by introducing his now trademark social lobbies in lodgings from the Royalton …

10 Summer Foods to Travel For in the U.S.A.

It’s hard to argue about it: summer is the best time of year when it comes to food. With fruit that tastes like candy, crisp, nourishing greens, and farm-fresh vegetables at your fingertips, it’s easy to pass as a gourmet chef by throwing something fabulous together.<p>My favorite summer food is …

20 Most Important Restaurants in America

<b>By Andrew Knowlton, Bon Appétit</b><p>No, we're not talking the fanciest, trendiest, or even the ones with the most stars. These are the places that define how we eat out. They're the fearless spots the drive chefs to innovate, restauranteurs to imitate, and the rest of us to line up. In short, these are …

8 Spa-Like Bathrooms Designed to Instantly Soothe

Let these airy oases across the globe spur some ideas for creating your own refuge.

Where to Eat in San Francisco Now

San Francisco is notorious for being a food-obsessed city. Chefs are pushing the boundaries, and sounding out their own dialect of California …

14 Ways To Enjoy New York City's Swankiest Spots For Free (Or Cheap)

From a subterranean food court inside the Plaza Hotel to little-known lunch deals at some of the city's best restaurants, here are 14 ways to enjoy New York City's fanciest venues without spending a fortune.

The Arts

American designer Richard Shemtov was commissioned by the museum to design the new public seating: the modular, wavy pieces are produced by the local manifacturer Dune

In the setting of the Stockholm archipelago, Bolle Tham and Martin Videgård designed a house as an integral part of nature where the material’s weight and colour scale connects to the granite bedrock

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