As the food scene in Tel Aviv continues to boom, the interest in worldly cuisines rises simultaneously. Mr. & Mrs. Lee, a new asian restaurant helmed by Chef Shaul Ben Aderet, serves Asian flavors inspired by Chinese, Thai and Japanese dishes. Designed by Gal Gerber and Tzahi Shemesh the interiors representative of Tel Aviv’s growing design scene […]
With people flying overseas on a more regular basis than before, staying at a hotel is no longer the only option when finding accommodation abroad. Couch-surfing, backpacking and now home-stays are becoming the newer, trendier and cheaper options for all those wanderlust individuals.
Bea Mombaers is a bed and breakfast in Knokke-le Zoute, one of the most fashionable seaside addresses in Belgium. Raw walls and stone floors serve as the perfect backdrop for the eclectic home objects from its sister interiors shop
Generator Hostels, pioneer in low-cost cool and design hotels is hitting Venice after different European cities such as Copenhagen, Hamburg, and Dublin (with openings planned for Paris and Rome next year!). Their recipe? To offer a place with a soul, thought and build with a close attention to art
Architects Karl Fournier and Olivier Marty keep offices in Paris and Marrakech—which is probably why they are experts in blending Eastern and Western architecture. Working on luxury projects for the likes of the Hermes family, their firm Studio KO designed this minimalist mountain lodge in the foothills of the Atlas Mountains in Morocco.
Sydell Group’s latest establishment, The Line, is a magnificent addition to their rockstar roster of hotel hotspots. Located in Korea town in downtown LA, the hotel boasts 9 different types of rooms, a five star restaurant, and Poketo store (among the obvious pool deck and such).