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Samuel M. Nickerson’s former home—once Chicago’s largest private residence—was completed in 1883, and it stands as a magnificent reminder of the Gilded Age. Philanthropist Richard H. Driehaus...
The One&Only Palmilla in Mexico charts a new course on its comeback from catastrophe.
Transforming the exteriors of buildings, public spaces, and notable properties, Luftwerk creates dynamic art installations that probe the meaning of place. Luftwerk’s Petra Bachmaier and Sean Gallero...
A new Austrian retreat Viva Mayr, Altaussee gives patients a true taste of wellness.
This cultural institution—home to one of the city’s most remarkable permanent collections—is a quiet preserve of modern artworks by Richard Artschwager, Alexander Calder, Paul Klee, Henri Matisse,...
A couple searches for a few friendly neighbors on Mexico’s Costa Alegre.
In 2004, the British-Indian artist Anish Kapoor unveiled his first outdoor installation in the United States—an undulating, elliptical sculpture inspired by liquid mercury and entitled Cloud Gate...
In the wake of Expo Milano 2015, Italy’s epicenter of style is finally becoming a fashionable destination.
Those seeking patina, texture, and one-of-a-kind pieces frequent this Bucktown shop for lessons in layering. Interior designer Del Piero is a master of the mix, blending rough materials and luxurious...
Works by Chicago-based Felicia Ferrone merge confident forms with elevated utility. Her ZigZag design (pictured) interrupts the plane of a wall with its hypnotic, staggered structure. The handmade,...
Japan’s high temples of golf are breaking down the barriers to entry for foreign golfers.
Ludwig Mies van der Rohe’s modernist tower One IBM Plaza opened in 1972. More than four decades later, a celebrated hotel brand moved in, having enlisted Dirk Lohan, the famed architect’s grandson,...

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