Have you ever heard of the Watergate Hotel in Washington D.C, the iconic hotel (yes, exactly the one at the centre of the famous political scandal during the Nixon administration) designed in the sixties by Italian architect Luigi Moretti? Well, on the 16th June 2016, after been absent for almost 9 years (it shut in 2007), the Watergate Hotel reopened with a fresh new look, overseen by designer Ron Arad.
On December 2015, ADAM, the Art and Design Atomium Museum, opened in Brussels, Belgium, and it’s here Plasticarium has found its natural habitat.
One of the most successful ventures of Uruguayan chef Matias Perdomo has been the Contraste restaurant in Milan. Would you like to know his recipe for success?
Nhow Berlin is much more than your normal luxury hotel: it’s one of the coolest places in town, where design, music and art come together.
Fallingwater is a legendary and much celebrated house and so famous, even Lego sells a replica model kit. And since it was completed in 1939, Fallingwater, by architect Frank Lloyd Wright, has never stopped to intrigue and amaze us.
Finland stands for Alvar Aalto. For this reason, whether you are into architecture and design or passionate about Northern Europe, the Alvar Aalto Museum is the place to see.
Patagonia is the land of open scenery, ancient glaciers, breathtaking lakes...and design! Yes that’s right. Maybe you wouldn’t expect this, but at the end of the world, in the Torres del Paine National Park, in the Chilean province of Última Esperanza, you can stay at a magnificent boutique hotel: Tierra Patagonia.
While visiting São Paulo you could come across one of the most important interior design projects signed by the Campana brothers: the Theatro Municipal's café-restaurant.
Those passing by 50 Prins Hendriklaan road in Utrecht, will definitely feel like they are in front of a three-dimensional version of one of Mondrian’s paintings.