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On a hillside spot in magical Fez, one of the oldest and largest medina in the world, lays an equally magical exclusive hotel that is different from any other hotel experience in the area.
Situated in the island of Syros, this summer house hosts a family of four and their guests. The steep and intense topography dominated the design process.
Edge House is an impressive family residence located on a prominent site, offering breathtaking views from the living spaces.
Brise House is a renovation project for a private residence, designed by Gisele Taranto Arquitetura. Completed in August 2013, this contemporary home is located in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
This is the first overseas shop for BbyB., the chocolate shop by Antwerp-based, two-Michelin star chef Bart Desmidt. The design creates a seamless transition between the shop space, the packaging and the act of eating the chocolates, offering an organic, compelling experience.
Sonia Rykiel's novel pop-up store concept - created by Julie de Libran, Thomas Lenthal and artist André Saraïva - pays homage to Boulevard Saint-Germain's local history with over 50,000 books.
Mediterranean Villa is a private residence located in Tel Aviv, Israel. The luminous contemporary home was designed by Paz Gersh Architects in 2015.
This luminous sea villa is located in Budskär, Särö, Sweden. The home has a living area of 3,111 square feet and a plot area of 45,424 square feet.
The restyled Generator London updates the original flagship of the growing chain of urban design hostels with Generator’s signature energy and a distinctly modern flare. Located in a former police station in RussellSquare, a quick walk from Covent Garden, Regent’s Park and the British Museum, the interiors were refurbished to express the dynamism of London’s bustling streets.
Hong Kong’s Dynasty Restaurant – perched on the third floor of the Renaissance Harbour View Hotel – has reopened following a bold makeover courtesy of AB Concept,