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An Eyecatching Winery Pavilion in Melbourne

An Eyecatching Winery Pavilion in Melbourne

This winery pavilion near the southern tip of Australia was conceived by Melbourne’s Centrum Architects as a massive lantern to draw curious visitors.

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3 Brilliant Interiors Up For Awards

3 Brilliant Interiors Up For Awards

These standout projects – by emerging Asian firms Neri & Hu, Asylum Creative and a21studio – made the shortlist in the World Festival of Interiors, which announces the nine winners at the Inside Festival in October.

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July 22, 2014

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Portugal’s Cabins in the Pines

Portugal’s Cabins in the Pines

In a park where the country’s elite once came to take the waters, visitors can now sleep up in the trees thanks architect Luis Rebelo de Andrade.

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July 17, 2014

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Breathing New Life Into the Hotel Conference Room

Breathing New Life Into the Hotel Conference Room

Mathieu Lehanneur elevates the conference rooms at the Pullman Hotels and Resorts, and makes them as exciting as a game of poker.

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July 10, 2014

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A Legendary Bar is Reborn in São Paulo

A Legendary Bar is Reborn in São Paulo

Bar Riviera, a meeting place for intellectuals in the 1960s and ’70s, is reopened and raised to its former glory by Marcio Kogan’s firm, MK27.

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July 8, 2014

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Destination: Stonehenge Visitor Centre, in Wiltshire, U.K.

Destination: Stonehenge Visitor Centre, in Wiltshire, U.K.

One of the world’s oldest monuments finally gets a visitor centre. Designed by Australia’s Denton Corker Marshall, it’s light on the land, small in scale and wholly modern.

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June 17, 2014

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Destination: Berlin’s 25Hours Hotel Bikini

Destination: Berlin’s 25Hours Hotel Bikini

The city’s newest boutique accommodation owes its rough-luxe charm to designer Werner Aisslinger, creator of pressed hemp chairs and grow-your-own furniture. Plus, the Pauly Saal restaurant serves up locavore fare in an old Jewish girls’ school.

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June 10, 2014

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15 Reasons to Look Forward to NeoCon 2014

15 Reasons to Look Forward to NeoCon 2014

Paradigm-shifting furniture, finishes and office enclosures, by such brands as Haworth, Knoll Textiles and Steelcase, promise to make this a standout year at the Chicago fair – which runs June 9 to 11.

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June 3, 2014

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Destination: Montreal’s Saint-Jude Spa

Destination: Montreal’s Saint-Jude Spa

Architect Thomas Balaban brings a new kind of awakening to the century-old Saint-Jude church, turning it into a spa for wellness worshippers.

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June 3, 2014

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Destination: Barcelona’s Renaissance Fira Hotel

Destination: Barcelona’s Renaissance Fira Hotel

Jean Nouvel cultivates a tropical paradise in the heart of a 27-storey skyscraper in the Catalan capital. Plus, Llibreria del Born, an of-the-moment bookstore with an eye on history.

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May 28, 2014

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