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Surfing the Superwaves of Teahupo’o


“Imagine, if you will, a wave that has a 20 foot face, is thick and as heavy as a building, breaking into a razor sharp reef that is just a couple of feet deep." - Paul Westlake Adventure No one paints the picture of Teahupo’o’s superwaves better than lifestyle photographer Paul Westlake, a snapper who regularly travels to far-off lands capturing unreal adventures.

One Stop Terminus: Sand Hill Road and Techné's Pub Paradise


Snapshot: Black - a matte charcoal, or glazed in tile, green foliage accenting, and wood - stained in warm hues or layered into a fabric of textures.

Where Equilibrium Prevails: Phase II of The Naka Phuket


Phase II of the spectacular Naka Phuket consists of modern, boxy villas that protrude from the hillside.

Mediterranean Panoramic: Mandarin Oriental Bodrum


Lush, olive trees provide a contrast to the clear waters in this resort destination. The new Mandarin Oriental Bodrum, blends nature with modern amenities.

Queen of the Tropics: Le Méridien Zhengzhou


The symbolic China Rose flower, often considered Queen of the Tropics, is the main inspiration for Shanghai-based architectural office Neri & Hu's design of the brand new 28-storey luxury hotel, Le Méridien Zhengzhou.

Fontevraud Hôtel: Patrick Jouin Reinvents The Abbey


Taking shelter in the Loire Valley stands one of the largest monastic sites remaining from the Middle Ages.

Back To Basics: Hotel SP34 Opens in Copenhagen


Boutique hotel group and Denmark’s best hotel chain of 2012, Brøchner Hotels, reinvents one of its Copenhagen outposts with a new, easygoing identity and a fresh respect for the setting.

Design Hotels' Project Rio Debuts In Time For 2014 FIFA World Cup


“Some people are born to throw parties. Cities are no different.” The metropolis known for Carnaval, Festival, Rock in Rio, and now as a host city to the 2014 FIFA World Cup—Rio de Janeiro joins Tulum and Mykonos as the setting of Design Hotels’ third “pop-up” endeavor, Project Rio.

Design Hotels' Project Rio Debuts In Time For 2014 FIFA World Cup


“Some people are born to throw parties. Cities are no different.” The metropolis known for Carnaval, Festival, Rock in Rio, and now as a host city to the 2014 FIFA World Cup—Rio de Janeiro joins Tulum and Mykonos as the setting of Design Hotels’ third “pop-up” endeavor, Project Rio.

One for the Road: Vice Gets a Taste of Friuli


“You have to see all of it to be a good Friulana... and you have to drink a lot of wine.” There is nothing quite like the satisfaction of discovery.

One for the Road: Vice Gets a Taste of Friuli


“You have to see all of it to be a good Friulana... and you have to drink a lot of wine.” There is nothing quite like the satisfaction of discovery.

Going Full Cowboy: Brooklyn’s New B&B Brings a Country Sensibility to an Urban Jungle


The West has come East, stepping off the train in Williamsburg and heading right to the local lodge.  Oh: the train isn’t a transcontinental, it’s the L-Train.  And that’s not Williamsburg, Virginia, it’s Williamsburg, Brooklyn.  And the lodge is actually a luxury townhouse converted into a Bed & Breakfast called Urban Cowboy.

Going Full Cowboy: Brooklyn’s New B&B Brings a Country Sensibility to an Urban Jungle


The West has come East, stepping off the train in Williamsburg and heading right to the local lodge.  Oh: the train isn’t a transcontinental, it’s the L-Train.  And that’s not Williamsburg, Virginia, it’s Williamsburg, Brooklyn.  And the lodge is actually a luxury townhouse converted into a Bed & Breakfast called Urban Cowboy.

Dialoguing With the Past: Agence François Champsaur Renovates the Hôtel Vernet


Interior designer François Champsaur leads the renovation of the Hôtel Vernet on Paris’ famed Champ-Elysées.

Dialoguing With the Past: Agence François Champsaur Renovates the Hôtel Vernet


Interior designer François Champsaur leads the renovation of the Hôtel Vernet on Paris’ famed Champ-Elysées.

Bucket List No. 3: Ski to the Pacific Rim of Fire


For many of us, the closest we get to anything remotely resembling adventure is sitting curled up in our Snuggie, captivated as Bear Grylis wrestles a water buffalo into submission somewhere deep in Bhutan.

Bucket List No. 3: Ski to the Pacific Rim of Fire


For many of us, the closest we get to anything remotely resembling adventure is sitting curled up in our Snuggie, captivated as Bear Grylis wrestles a water buffalo into submission somewhere deep in Bhutan.

Bucket List No. 2: Traversing Through The Tea Fields of Wazuka


Tea time turns authentic adventure when traversing through the endless and all-encompassing tea plantations of Wazuka, Japan.

Getting Well Off the Grid at Aro Hā


Within the wild and magical landscape of New Zealand lies a wellness retreat that is good for you and gaia too.

A Mint Induced Makeover: Jouin Manku Recreates the Bayerischer Hof Hotel


Parisian studio Jouin Manku has added a modern, fantastical touch to the classic 5-star luxury German Bayerischer Hof Hotel.


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