Churreria El Moro in Mexico City pays tribute to place’s long baking tradition. Serving the best churros and hot chocolate in Mexico, it dates back to 1935.
Designed by local architect studio Ritz & Ghougassian, the Penta Cafe in Melbourne’s Elsternwick is very raw and minimal. Industrial atmosphere with grey floors, concrete walls, terrazzo benches and steel kitchen elements creates a sleek mood.
The No19 cafe in Ascot Vale site, a short drive from Melbourne, was inspired by the Mediterranean and Greek delicatessen. Designed by Biasol architects studio, the new spot is yet another beautiful place to celebrate Australia’s coffee culture.
Available to view right now at Milan Design week, Ventura Lambrate, Beyond local consists of everyday homeware objects created in collaboration with local manufacturers in south of Sweden. The objects are designed ”backwards”.
Somewhere in the middle of a wheat field, minutes away from the Natural Park of the Bardenas of Navarra, stands a sleek, minimal hotel conceived by Emiliano López & Mónica Rivera. Aire de Bardenas features
Built in the 19th century this Lisbon apartment designed by Fala Atelier architects presents the different fragments left behind from its many owners throughout the years.
This collection of David Bowie portraits honors the iconic rock star while celebrating his ever-changing look. Macedonian graphic designer Gorgi Janevski created a series of posters in tribute to one of the world’s most memorable rock stars and how he was always searching to be more than just a human.