• Saint James Paris

    Saint James Paris

    Embedded in the distinguished fabric of Paris’ 16th arrondissement, the neoclassical beauty of the building built in 1892 – erstwhile home of Louis Adolphe Thiers, then a gentlemen’s club, and later turned hotel in 1991 – has now seen its story once again reinvented, only this time through the language of Laura Gonzalez. 


    She has already created unique pieces for Hermès, Perrier-Jouët, Dior and Valextra, and, even today, she continues to make art the main purpose behind embracing multiculturalism. Bethan Laura Wood is a designer, collector and observer by nature, she devotes herself to each new collaboration with the same intensity as she does to wherever she travels. 
  • A New Athens

    A New Athens

    Émilie Bonaventure, a graduate in Art History from the École du Louvre in Paris and passionate about the different eras of objects, embarked on a voyage into the world of interior design and decoration in 2005 – the year that she set up her studio. 


    Brett Woods and Joseph Dangaran became friends long before they started sharing their studio where, since 2013, they have continued to express their meticulous and integrated vision, using a large team of collaborators to recreate the timeless beauty of Californian modernist houses. Through discipline and a good dose of optimism, the American pair restore the original to contemporary spaces, revealing how architecture can, ultimately, transcend the inexorable power of its locations.


    I met Dagoberto when we were preparing the exhibition he was about to inaugurate in Lisbon in 2017. At the time, he was part of the artists’ collective that went by the name Los Carpinteros, a duo that worked together for more than 25 years, achieving considerable international reputation. 
  • The hill over the valley

    The hill over the valley

    When architecture responds in an exemplary way to an idea as poetic as that of a startled child pulling up and covering themselves with their bedsheet. This “hill over the valley” embodies that feeling of protection and cosiness. 
  • Kisawa


    Kisawa means unbreakable and it’s that kind of connection that this sanctuary – extending over 300 hectares of forest, dunes and beach on the southern tip of Benguerra island, in Mozambique – wants to build between the people and the place, life and the land. 


    Established in the regenerated Seongsu-dong district of South Korea, Gurum Lee and Woosung Jung invite us to reflect on the transformational power of plants in our daily lives. 
  • Ancestral Renewal

    Ancestral Renewal

    A space nestling in the midst of nature, where the owner is committed to harvesting the fruit planted by previous generations. 
  • Langosteria Cucina

    Langosteria Cucina

    It’s at number 10 on Milan’s buzzing Via Savona that we find the most recent project by the Italian restaurateur Enrico Buonocore. 
  • Hotel Castello di Reschio

    Hotel Castello di Reschio

    Surrounded as if by an unending natural canvas, dotted with olive groves, vineyards and oak and chestnut woods, it is in the Umbria region, bordering Tuscany, that the Hotel Castello di Reschio rises majestically. 
  • Light Contemplation

    Light Contemplation

    Through an accumulation of voids, stories multiply and a space is created “for meditation and balance”, bringing alchemy to modern life. 



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