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Sand castle: Russell Jones eschews statements for modesty with Villa Waarle
It’s National Underwear Day, and we have the perfect label to celebrate with.
Hotel Henriette Rive Gauche, Paris, France
Who says your yoga mat can’t be beautiful?
Hôtel du Ministère, Paris, France
‘In coffee we trust’ is the mantra at Prague’s hip new Bistro Proti Proudu
Micro living: Nice Architects launch self-sufficient ‘Ecocapsule’
Two words: Mondrian chair.
Who wore it better?
Would you dare to glamp here?
In the heart of Hollywood, an eclectic boutique hotel with a rocker’s soul.
Cliffhanger: Zaha Hadid’s Messner Mountain Museum is carved into Mount Kronplatz
Explore Bau Magazine’s influential mix of word and image at the ICA
MMaterial’s inaugural range includes the ‘Hauser’ collection (pictured), which features planters and a chaise lounge
Project Eden: a new star-studded luxury resort opens by Lake Garda
Dystopian debris: Marc Quinn’s ‘The Toxic Sublime’ enters Bermondsey’s White Cube gallery
La Ménagère 1896, Florence, Italy
Handmade 2015: Eat me! Drink me! Tell me that you love me!
The great outdoors: this summer’s most exhilarating installations
Complex shapes: Beyoncé inspires Elenberg Fraser’s new Premier Tower skyscraper in Melbourne
Letter from Poland: we chart the new wave of architecture projects
Hotel Sant Francesc, Mallorca, Spain
Spin the bottle: Central Saint Martins alumni concoct new artworks for Grey Goose
Marksman, London, UK
Quiet contemplation: Vector Architects’ beachside library in China makes the perfect reading retreat
SelgasCano add a splash of colour to Kensington Gardens with the new Serpentine Pavilion
Carlo Brandelli illuminates the internal courtyard of Florence’s Medici Palace for Pitti
Conversation point: Tom Kundig creates ‘Outpost Basel’ for Design Miami/ Basel
Into the woods: A timber-clad Swiss home brings the outside in
The school of things: Simon Lee’s Five Decades exhibition addresses Japanese post-modernity