Gorgeous George
Cape Town, South Africa
At Gorgeous George, designer Tristan du Plessis has created a showcase for African aesthetics, which he then supports through a neutral-to-dark palette, as well as blues and whites that soften the industrial elements
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Gorgeous George
Cape Town, South Africa
Pieces by internationally renowned South African designers are present throughout, including pieces by David Krynauw, Gregor Jenkin, David Brits and Porky Hefer
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Tsingpu Yangzhou Retreat
Yangzhou, China
The palette of old Yangzhou architecture is reflected at Tsingpu through the walls and the courtyard that unify the site while creating layered spaces that seeks to redefine tradition with a modern architectural tone
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Tsingpu Yangzhou Retreat
Yangzhou, China
Gridded gray brick walls, recycled gray roof tiles, slatted wooden doors, and exposed aggregate concrete rely on sunlight to create a spellbinding visual language
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Casa de La Flora
Phang Nga, Thailand
On the shore of the Andaman Sea, Casa de Flora emerges as an ode to the angular geometries of Brutalist architecture, while simultaneously paying tribute to the surrounding environment
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Casa de La Flora
Phang Nga, Thailand
Natural materials such as teakwood temper the minimalist interiors with an infusion of warmth, augmented by monochromatic schemes and lighting designed by APLD
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Mason
Pattaya, Thailand
A study in craftsmanship, Mason, as its name implies, is an homage to the cultural roots of its location Na Jomtien, in Pattaya, and especially the stone carvers of the Ang Sila community
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Mason
Pattaya, Thailand
The theme of masonry is picked up in the interiors through sculptural stone walls, furniture, and unique artwork created in collaboration with Dong Sculpture
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Blique by Nobis
Stockholm, Sweden
The Sigurd Lewerent-designed building that houses Blique by Nobis has been masterfully adapted by Gert Wingårdh so as to preserve the structure’s legacy while imbuing it with a fresh sense of contemporaneity
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Blique by Nobis
Stockholm, Sweden
By combining an industrial base, defined by beautiful concrete surfaces, with interiors awash in leather, textiles and wood, the hotel emits a warm atmosphere underpinned by a hard-edged, visual stoicism
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Boutique Hotel Sant Jaume
Palma de Mallorca, Spain
Architect Cristina Martí Crespi masterfully immerses guests in the old quarter of Palma through her classic update of an 18th-century structure that affords stunning views of the city’s 15th-century Gothic Cathedral
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Boutique Hotel Sant Jaume
Palma de Mallorca, Spain
The heart of the hotel, the lobby doubles as a bar and features a towering atrium, geometric light fixtures, and a blue-and-white installation by leading Spanish artist, Robert Ferrer i Martonell
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Sense Hotel Sofia
Sofia, Bulgaria
Lazzarini Pickering Architetti were responsible for designing a hotel that is sensitive to its surroundings, but whose innovative glass and brass facade literally reflects Sofia's past, present, and future
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Sense Hotel Sofia
Sofia, Bulgaria
Behind the hotel’s pivoting brass panels, a subdued palette, teamed with wooden floors and leather upholstery, creates a minimalist, masculine look
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