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20 Ways Travel is Changing (Part 1)

20 Ways Travel is Changing (Part 1)

From space hotels to luggage that follows you around, the travel industry is undergoing a massive evolution. Here’s the first instalment of our story on future-­forward ideas that aim to make all forms of travel and leisure faster, healthier, greener and a lot more fun.

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12 days ago

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A Multiplanar Airport Terminal in Russia

A Multiplanar Airport Terminal in Russia

Grimshaw Architects brings elegance and light to Pulkovo Airport, one of Russia’s busiest terminals.

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13 days ago

Section: Architecture

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A Sojourn in a 12th-Century Paris Monastery

A Sojourn in a 12th-Century Paris Monastery

In something of a divine intervention, Patrick Jouin and Sanjit Manku installed the contemporary Fontevraud Hotel within the limestone walls of one of the world’s best-preserved abbeys.

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16 days ago

Section: Interiors

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Munich’s Über-Stylish Pop-Up Hotel

Munich’s Über-Stylish Pop-Up Hotel

Creative personalities transform a telecom building into a hip hotel – the Flushing Meadows Hotel & Bar in Munich’s Glockenbach district.

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18 days ago

Section: Interiors

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Airbnb’s Portland Office Evokes A Sense of Community

Airbnb’s Portland Office Evokes A Sense of Community

The San Francisco company employed its in-house design team – plus local makers like the Good Mod, Phloem and SuperFab – in creating a hip and cozy customer experience centre in Portland, Oregon.

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March 25, 2015

Section: Interiors

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Stunning Ski Resort in Italy’s Dolomite Mountains

Stunning Ski Resort in Italy’s Dolomite Mountains

In northeastern Italy, Elasticospa+3 was influenced by the traditional mountain vernacular in designing 1301 Inn, a ski resort that puts Piancovallo on the world’s architectural map.

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March 5, 2015

Section: Architecture

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10 Dreamy Hotels From the Past 30 Years

10 Dreamy Hotels From the Past 30 Years

As Azure celebrates its 30th anniversary, we look back on the most exciting hotel interiors of the past three decades, by such designers as Philippe Starck, Zaha Hadid and Julian Schnabel.

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February 27, 2015

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Interview with Zita Cobb

Interview with Zita Cobb

The force behind the revitalization of Fogo Island through geo-tourism and art, Zita Cobb talks about what inspired the decision to use her personal fortune to make a difference there.

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February 23, 2015

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A Closer Look: High-Tech Wood Facade by Shigeru Ban

A Closer Look: High-Tech Wood Facade by Shigeru Ban

The Japanese architect’s Aspen Art Museum seems deceptively simple, yet its facade – made of paper-resin composite and African okoume hardwood – showcases wood’s potential as a cutting-edge material.

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February 18, 2015

Section: Architecture

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A Restaurant that Serves Up the Future of Food

A Restaurant that Serves Up the Future of Food

Café ArtScience, a restaurant in Cambridge, Massachusetts, conceived by Le Laboratoire Cambridge and designed by Mathieu Lehanneur, presents a radical way to rethink eating, drinking and interacting with food.

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February 17, 2015

Section: Interiors

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