Welcome to The Library, the ultimate man cave for design-obsessed petrolheads. This unmistakably masculine space oozes style and luxury, the perfect hangout for design aficionados and autophiles alike.
Wouldn't it be nice to have a villa on the coast boasting an outsized infinity pool, another pool on the roof terrace with transparent walls and views of Mount Fuji? If this sounds too good to be true, we would like you to visit the Skypool Villa on the coast of Kanagawa, Japan, designed by Shinichi Ogawa & Associates.
Benoît Vauthier and Manu Lerendu, master wood craftsmen from the Vosges region in France, have taken indoor-outdoor living to the next level by creating a series of furniture inspired by the mountain ranges outside their workshop.
When Patricia Urquiola, a long time Haworth collaborator, was commissioned to renovate the hotel, she created a multi-functional space which shows how good hybrid work-hospitality-leisure spaces could look.
Designed and built by architect Jan Henrik Jansen, this characterful holiday home on the island of Mon in Denmark is composed of nine interconnected cylindrical volumes punctuated by rectangular windows.
The designers at architecture and interior design firm i29 bring an Amsterdam canal house into the 21st century by rearranging the layout, applying eye-catching colour blocking and adding plenty of smart design touches.
Sustainable design is all the rage, but it is rare to see projects which embrace sustainability as whole heartedly as the Kamikatsu Zero Waste Centre. Perhaps that's because what is at stake here is not just environmental credentials.
Trousdale Estates has been home to countless celebrities.Jamie Bush and Dennis Gibbens were commissioned to renovate one of the houses in the neighbourhood and took their inspirations from Hollywood glamour and mid-century style.
American designer Lindsey Adelman recently captivated the crowds at the Alcova exhibition in Milan with her Paradise collection of lights, a marriage of artisanal craftsmanship with industrial components.