The Beautiful Lady Of The Sea
Take charge of a wooden sailboat would entail a great responsibility. I wanted to pick up the phone and calling home, but I refrained.
Staying in a one-room cabin at the edge of the Mojave Desert in California is not a retreat; it is an opportunity to consider assumptions about how to live, instead.
Sleepy, we arrived to Delhi at 3 a.m., where a wall of heat hit us like walking into an oven as soon as we had left the comfort of the airport’s air-conditioned halls. A team from Kamalan had come to take us to our hotel. The streets were so full of cars it could have been midday. The drivers changed lanes without notification, drove between them, some in the opposite direction, and then there she was: a cow in the middle of everything, oblivious, as if in the middle of a paddock. Welcome to India.
After Delhi and Chandigarh, we welcomed a break with open arms. The idea of spending a couple of nights in a remote village surrounded by rice fields sounded like a dream. We were hot and exhausted with many hours on the road.
Where the people come together
With a sweltering heat of over 40ºC, we were asked to take off our shoes and cover our heads way before we had reached the doors of the Harmandir Sahib, the Abode of God. Being one of the 100,000 people that would visit the Golden Temple within these 24 hours, a feeling of “who are we?” came rushing to my mind. This Sikh temple was first built in 1577 by Guru Ram Das, and it is the most visited place in India, three times more visitors than the Taj Mahal.
The book singed by the Spanish artist Bego Antón talks about her travel to Iceland and the magical world of The Elf School of Reykjavik.
The Palace of the Winds
Neemrana Hotels injected new life into the uncompleted fort whose construction came to a standstill in 1845 when its owner Maharaja Balwant Singh was murdered.
In Praise of Simplicity
A minimalist architect’s paradise to unwind and take a break from the fast pace of modern life with other guests, friends and locals.
The Heart of A Comunity
Steve and Jules Horrell are no ordinary restauranteurs: they farm 1000 acres and still find time to host pumpkin festivals for the kids.
Inspiring Houses Off the Road
Close to nature is an ode to homes with a personal touch and a profound respect for the nature that surrounds them.
An Uneasy Nature
In the conviction of beauty’s power and the importance of aesthetics in the social cultures, his art interventions represented a whole new turning point on Lanzarote.
Four Friends in Search of Wisdom
Bois Basalte is indeed a “back to roots” project for two young people brought up in Auvergne who took onboard two other friends to carry a common life project.
Foragers of the Ballinskelligs
Tidal patterns, coastal paths, edible flora and bountiful shellfish, all in days work foraging in Ballinskelligs.
Carla, Tolo, and their cat, Tora Prince Rama, host this program at the S.S. Vallejo, a floating incubator for the radical ideas of Ginsberg and Kerouac at the height of the counterculture hippie movement of the 60s.
Days out with MA Hidden Kitchen
If you ever get the chance to attend a Gatherings out in the fields, you won’t regret it. It always begins the same way, with a warm welcome from those running the event: Melissa, Lele, Laurel and Emilio.
Dining with Alexandre Gauthier
An elegant sixteenth century farmhouse on the edge of a quiet river lined with aromatic plants and centenarian trees.
A Private Paradise on the Amalfi Coast
Hidden from the madding crowds but still within easy reach of Amalfi Coast’s many attractions lies a private paradise: Ca’ Pa’.
The Art of Sharing Thoughts Around a Table
Quietly set in Lisbon’s thrilling Príncipe Real neighbourhood, Peter Ødegaard’s home away from home is a sight for sore eyes.
Perched on a hillside
The difference here is the people who know how to welcome you, who make you feel at home and experience something truly unique.
Creative souls combined their talents in the genesis of Casa Mãe, which reflects the best of modern Portugal with a simple beauty.
Ideas are intangible. They have led us to design cities and establish ways of life from the beginning of time.
Roy Carpenter's Beach
It’s been 100 years since Roy Carpenter purchased the large parcel of land that stretches south towards the sandy shores of Matunuck, Rhode Island.
With the aid of animals and friends alike, Knut and Christina cook up a storm in the tiny village of Rensow, changing the world in the process, brick by red brick.
Vladimir Ossipoff and Hawaiian Modernism
Chris Mottalini traveled to Honolulu to shoot the work of Vladimir Ossipoff, the foremost practitioner of Hawaiian Modernism.
A Home from Home
After months dealing with fear of the new and the unknown, I decided to allocate the spare room I had o accommodate travellers.
Sharing the local traditions and Italian passion for simple living and quality of life.
Building houses with Christian Bourdais
We drove for two hours through the grape vines that surround either side of the highway down to Tarragona, ascending the the mountain range and the Parc Natural Els Ports.
Her home, her Work, her Parties, her Airbnb
Niki and her boyfriend Joe have a wonderful house in Raval, that regularly rents out rooms, but this is no ordinary stay.