Sunyata Hotel Meili
Yunnan, China
Carved from a former Tibetan home cradled in a remote hillside, the hotel has been transformed into a four-floor hotel inspired by traditional local architecture.
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Sunyata Hotel Meili
Yunnan, China
Mixing old with the new, the architects recycled the rammed-earth wall and combined it with concrete to strengthen the building.
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The Prestige
George Town, Malaysia
A bold amalgam of concrete, brick, aluminum, glass, and steel, the structure that houses The Prestige demonstrates the architect’s strong respect for the surrounding heritage buildings.
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The Prestige
George Town, Malaysia
Featuring sophisticated elements of visual trickery, such as maze-like floor patterns, The Prestige is a whimsical yet welcoming testament to the brilliance of Ministry of Design.
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Kazerne
Eindhoven, The Netherlands
A complex of brick buildings, with the oldest dating to 1825, Kazerne unfolds itself through six structures that together form two unique visions: one of the past, the other of the future.
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Kazerne
Eindhoven, The Netherlands
Kazerne is awash in recent art and design produced by leading creative talents, with a focus on makers that have a worldwide reputation and are connected to the region.
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Chapter Roma
Rome, Italy
Reflecting local history through design while contributing to the art scene of the now, this architectural landmark puts guests in the creative heart of the action.
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Chapter Roma
Rome, Italy
Artworks abound in public spaces, while guestrooms feature locally made furnishings, bathroom fixtures by Buster and Punch, and lighting by Bert Frank.
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Palazzo Daniele
Gagliano del Capo, Italy
Originally constructed in 1861, the aristocratic palazzo was built by architect Domenico Malinconico in the neoclassical style with a series of courtyards and lush landscaping.
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Palazzo Daniele
Gagliano del Capo, Italy
Inspired by the idea of absence, the award-winning Milanese duo Ludovica + Roberto Palomba stripped back the interiors while restoring the ornate frescoes and mosaic flooring.
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Villa Arnica
Lana, Italy
Designed in 1925, this Old World villa is a tribute to grandeur and ease, as well as a celebration of artisanal craftsmanship.
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Villa Arnica
Lana, Italy
With a mix of items found at antique markets and Italian midcentury furniture, the hotel is a showcase for the 1920s, 1950s and 1960s—periods when the villa prospered as a renowned retreat.
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Dexamenes Seaside Hotel
Kourouta, Greece
Austere concrete blocks sit upon the sands of Kourouta beach and provide a palpable reminder of the area’s wine trading history.
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Dexamenes Seaside Hotel
Kourouta, Greece
Once an abandoned wine factory, the property offers guests the singular hospitality experience of sleeping inside old tanks from the 1920s
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Town Hall Hotel & Apartments
London, UK
Design studio Rare has vertically extended a landmark building that used to be the Bethnal Green Town Hall, transforming it into a hybrid of contemporary and Edwardian design.
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Town Hall Hotel & Apartments
London, UK
While original details keep the grand-luxury aesthetic at the forefront, huge polished glass partitions and bespoke furniture combine to add a modern edge.
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