Borello di Cesena, Italy
New York City
The South American nation’s top designers show their passion for natural forms, indigenous woods, and sustainable materials.
A New Zealand winery’s self-described shack—accommodations for invited guests only—is anything but primitive.
Seafaring relatives drop anchor in the British Virgin Islands, selecting a secluded development as the site for their stylish retreat.
Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland
New Zealand’s answer to Aspen and Lake Como offers outdoor adventurers vacation-home options for every season.
A multicultural magnet for connoisseurs of art.
The 1,600-acre Rosewood Mayakoba resort has ensconced its guests in secluded, stylish suites since it opened on Mexico’s Riviera Maya five
Located on the Roaring Fork River, just a 10-minute walk from downtown Aspen along the Rio Grande Trail, this charmer of a log cabin is f
In crowded Shanghai, where space is a precious commodity, visitors looking for refuge and convenience can secure one of the serviced accom
Panthalassa combines the relaxed informality that adventurers seek in a ketch with a stylish design that lacks for nothing in the eleganc
A gallery owner and art dealer’s first glass designs and other beloved fineries.
In the Hollywood Hills, high above Los Angeles’s Sunset Strip, stands a modern house with a nondescript facade—a solid white block save fo
In September 2012, the interior designer Sarah Lavoine opened a shop in the Faubourg Saint-Honoré district to showcase her first line of f
Marble soap dishes do not interest David Luster.