• Art Legacy Hotel

    Art Legacy Hotel

    A building full of history in the centre of Lisbon, once owned by the Sagres Insurance Company and later acquired by the Azorean group Bensaude, which transformed it into its head office, de-characterising its interiors and façades in the process, is now enjoying a comeback following a seven-year restoration project by the architect team led by Luís Rebelo de Andrade.  
  • Monte da Bela Raposa

    Monte da Bela Raposa

    Françoise Baudry, originally from Northern Europe, was born into a family of artists, went on to study music in Vienna and specialised in painting restoration. She has lived in Belgium, Vienna, Paris and chose to settle in Portugal more than 30 years ago. Over the years, she has developed various projects related to antiques, restoration, interior decoration and landscaping. 
  • Dahlia


    Right in the heart of downtown Los Angeles, a lounge bar bearing the name of a flower has emerged. Dhalia is the new intimate space at the Proper Downtown L.A. hotel.  
  • Hotel Hércules

    Hotel Hércules

    In the valley where the neighbourhood of Hercules nestles, no new worlds have been invented; instead, it is the patina of time that reveals the magic of reality.  
  • Mona


    The House of Shila is a laboratory of emotions. The Greek studio focuses on the creation of experimental concepts of hospitality, discovering unique spaces which it converts into intimate narratives that whisk us away on sensorial voyages.  
  • Villa Theatro

    Villa Theatro

    Through the renaissance of an iconic space in the heart of the city of Braga, Villa Theatro emerges, a building designed in 1922, which enhances the heritage of the architect Moura Coutinho, architect of the well-known Theatro Circo building — also on the same avenue — and who provided the inspiration for the name chosen.  
  • Am Hof 8

    Am Hof 8

    “It is a well-known fact that good things take time”. This is how Johannes Kattus introduces Am Hof 8, the first private club in Vienna of which he is the founder. 
  • Kasbah Bab Ourika

    Kasbah Bab Ourika

    The “Gateway to Ourika” is the welcoming name of this hideaway, “majestically perched on a hilltop at the head of the Ourika valley.” 
  • One&Only Mandarina

    One&Only Mandarina

    Bathed by the Pacific Ocean, nestled in a tropical rainforest and framed by volcanic mountains, One&Only Mandarina is an ode to nature, designed as an open-air sanctuary and a celebration of Mexico’s cultural heritage. 
  • Ace Hotel Toronto

    Ace Hotel Toronto

    A great deal has already been said about the Ace Hotel Toronto, an establishment that opened in June 2022 marking the debut of this hotel chain in Canada. Located right in the heart of the historic Garment District, the new building was designed by the award-winning Shim-Sutcliffe Architects and reveals the vision of Atelier Ace’s interior design team. 
  • The Madrona Hotel

    The Madrona Hotel

    Imagine yourself on one of those perfect summer days, wearing light and cool clothes, surrounded by good friends with your only worry being not to let the wine glass run dry. 
  • Hotel L’Arlatan

    Hotel L’Arlatan

    Vincent van Gogh arrived in Arles on the 20th of February 1888. This small town in Provence, in the south of France, was one of the most important places for the work of the Impressionist painter, who produced hundreds of drawings and paintings there and where he found the light and colours that shaped his approach to painting. 



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