The St. Regis Lhasa comprises eight acres and offers 150 guest rooms and 12 suites, each incorporating traditional Tibetan decorative elements and showcasing impressive views of the city framed by the majestic Himalayas.
Jamie Oliver - with BBQ expert Adam Perry Lang, founder of New York’s internationally acclaimed Daisy May’s BBQ - launches London's Barbecoa is modern, stylish and packed to the rafters with honesty, quality and character…
Paris's Pavillon des Lettres is a stunning hotelthat combines the art of writing and the aesthetics of the decoration to pay homage to the known and hidden talents of both French and international literature.
Alila Luang Prabang is a stunning resort in former royal capital of Laos that boasts a simple French colonial style recalling an age of historical splendour in a series of intimate spaces designed to replenish the soul.
The Forsthaus Hotel, in Ramsen, Germany, is a converted old forester house designed by Naumann Architektur. The project modernized the old structure through the use of pop colors, clean lines and unexpected details.
A rustic Lake District cottage, Parkamoor is a remote and isolated farmhouse managed by Grizedale Arts as residential project space and retreat for artists and small groups. Just 200m above the east shore of Coniston Water.
Santiago Calatrava's Quadracci Pavilion at the Milwaukee Art Musuem is so gorgeous...The Museum’s signature wings, the Burke Brise Soleil, form a movable sunscreen with a 217-foot wingspan. It takes 3.5 minutes for the wings to open or close.
Love this playful and simple set of playground sculptures by the David Garcia Studio in Drejens, Denmark. With simple geometry, the 6 elements were designed to enhance play and inspire children from a nearby kindergarten.
Pilar’s Story Toyshop, designed by Elia Felices, is definitely not your ordinary kids store. Located in Mataró (Barcelona), Spain, the toy outlet covers an area of 170 square meters and resembles a miniature fantasy world.
Christopher Baker documents life around Copper River in Cordova, Alaska for Martha Stewart Living's first digital edition for the iPad. Watch the story about sustainable fishing and the mystical beauty of Alaska!