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Greeted by a 7-meter high rabbit in the entryway, guests’ perception of reality is instantly altered when entering Jackalope Hotel.
The life of an IT guy. It can’t be all that thrilling. Or can it?? Thai Architect firm, Onion, says otherwise.
Just for a moment, let’s take it back to high school chemistry. The class you always used to ditch. Remember that dreaded periodic table?
Have you ever wondered what it feels like to dip your feet into a pool of 100 million brilliantly colorful plastic sprinkles that look good enough to eat?
Espionage. Scandal. Nefarious strangers. Soho’s lavish, 60s inspired speakeasy has all the makings of a Goldfinger-era Bond flick.
If Keith Haring and Banksy had ever collaborated, we’re pretty sure Cologne’s Solera supermarket would be that love child.
Remember back to when you were a kid and your parents vehemently warned you not to touch anything? Antique shops stacked with floor-to-ceiling fragile heirlooms and the likes?
Located in the heart of Helsinki, Paulig Kulma Café is a latte lover’s dream, serving up beans that’ve been roasted on-site with TLC.
Upon first viewing Masquespacio’s vibrant new eatery, La Manera, one word comes to mind: Patina. The Valencia-based restaurant is brimming with rich, bronze finishes spanning from light fixtures to leather-clad barstools.
“Who is Cobra Lily?” enquires the flickering neon sign as guests enter the hip eatery in Shanghai’s popular Xintandi complex.
Not to be limited by the confines of a small space, Montreal designer Jean de Lessard created a journey of the senses via a dynamic, angular interior.
The gym. That torturous, three-letter word that rears its ugly head every January 1st come New Year’s Resolutions.
Holy light fixture heaven. One peek inside JI-SHI Urban Harvest and guests can’t help but cast their eyes upward to ogle the delicate balance of suspended lighting.
Pink. When executed in excess it can be disastrous. Repellent even. For whatever reason, folks have the tendency to go overboard and create a full-blown coral conundrum.
There’s something to be said for skipping the rush-hour McMuffin and enjoying a leisurely breakfast whilst perusing the morning paper.
It may be called Level One, but the innovative Adelaide-based restaurant by Studio Gram is next level.
C-a-f-e-t-e-r-i-a. The word itself takes us back to third grade. Namely, schlepping a prison-style steel tray past a table full of catty girls who are all-too-happy to notify the entire lunchroom, “You can’t sit with us.” (*shivers run down spine).
One step inside the reception area at Casa Cook, and guests are met with vibrantly hand painted tile work that reflects the wild, bohemian character of the hotel and its locale.
Can you say, “macaron heaven?” Our mouth is positively watering just looking at India Mahdavi’s delectable new patisserie, Ladurée, that opened recently at Quai Des Bergues.
The vibe of fashion brand HEIKE'S new Concept Store in Hangzhou, China is what we’d imagine it’s like to be inside an airplane’s little black box.