Previously on view at The Metropolitan Museum of Art until September 5, 2022, an exhibition of “vignettes” tells the story of American style and culture. Bonaveri mannequins were selected to accompany the garments on this journey through culture and beauty…

Namron was founded with the goal of perfecting the operation and development of the ultimate boutique hotel experience. 5 hotels with iconic designs have been transformed by the in-house creative team into 4 unique experience concepts. Behind the scenes, the 5 independent properties are managed as one hotel. The model is working and new exciting projects are already in the pipeline …

Maslina Resort, Croatia’s very first mindful luxury property, is delighted that Stari Grad has been named as one of the three top Croatian destinations in the category of ‘Best Sustainable Tourism Destinations – Innovative and Smart Destinations’. The city of Stari Grad is dedicated to protecting the environment, promoting sustainability, and improving the quality of life in the local community – a philosophy that Maslina Resort has held since it opened in the summer of 2020 …

We all know the rule: five (portions of fruit and veg) a day to maintain your health! Martha Schultz from the Gradonna****s Mountain Resort swears by her six a day to make sure she does her bit for the environment. But what exactly is involved? Let’s find out!

The district where film stars like to congregate is now the setting for one of the biggest environmental projects in the USA: “One Beverly Hills” is creating green towers and gardens alongside legendary VIP hotels. A green “triangle” with master plan by Foster + Partners will offer public zones and – naturally – new luxury …

Elegantly set in the beautiful East Anglian landscape, on the border of a working farm in Suffolk (UK), the Pavilion House is a real inside-out construction. The shapes and materials of the interior all carry a certain tranquillity and simplicity, while every room offers a different glimpse of the outside. There is a certain humility within the architecture, acknowledging that the big-ticket item in the setting is indeed the countryside; it doesn’t try to compete with it, but frames it instead.