A new business-class-only airline offering flights between Paris’s Charles de Gaulle Airport and the Newark Liberty International Airport in New Jersey (located about 15 miles from Manhattan) is debuting this summer.
Piero Lissoni is one of several creative contributors on a massive new project in Miami. Lissoni will design the interiors for the common areas in Miami’s One Paraiso tower, which breaks ground this fall.
“The first time I saw work on this scale, it was absolutely mind-boggling,” says Stephen Forsey, a cofounder of the boutique watchmaker Greubel Forsey, whose timepieces many collectors regard as near-miraculous feats of micromechanics.
Air France recently introduced its most extravagant seating option yet, the La Première suite. More like a private cabin than an airline seat, the suite provides passengers with more than 32 square feet of personal space.
X-Technology, in Wollerau, Switzerland, has launched a new line of performance wear called X-Bionic for Automobili Lamborghini, which is engineered to enhance the performance of runners, cyclists, skiers, golfers, and even drivers.
Several years ago, Roy Gandy, founder of Rega Research—a U.K. manufacturer of hi-fi audio equipment best known for its turntables and tonearms—invited a group of industry journalists to his home to see his product-development sanctuary.
This summer, Hotel Arts Barcelona will celebrate its 20th anniversary with an ambitious tapas feast prepared by 22 of Spain’s most acclaimed chefs, who have earned at their respective restaurants a combined 52 Michelin stars.
The sports concussion crisis has fueled much research assessing concussion through imaging, behavioral evaluation or impact studies, but little to no research has combined these three modalities for a comprehensive examination of the acute effects of head impacts in combat sports. Until now.