A 25,000-square-foot penthouse spanning the 15th floor of the 3-year-old Residences at W Hollywood is one of the largest penthouse properties in the world.
Marble soap dishes do not interest David Luster.
In 2012, Los Angeles–based architectural conservator and interior designer Xorin Balbes finished converting a century-old plantation estate on Haleakala Crater’s western-facing slope into Lumeria
For 10 days each February, the desert city of Palm Springs becomes an oasis for devotees of modernist design.
In September 2012, the interior designer Sarah Lavoine opened a shop in the Faubourg Saint-Honoré district to showcase her first line of furniture and objects, most of which are made of walnut, oa
In the Hollywood Hills, high above Los Angeles’s Sunset Strip, stands a modern house with a nondescript facade—a solid white block save for a single window.
A gallery owner and art dealer’s first glass designs and other beloved fineries.
Panthalassa combines the relaxed informality that adventurers seek in a ketch with a stylish design that lacks for nothing in the elegance department.
In crowded Shanghai, where space is a precious commodity, visitors looking for refuge and convenience can secure one of the serviced accommodations at IFC Residence in the Pudong financial distric
Located on the Roaring Fork River, just a 10-minute walk from downtown Aspen along the Rio Grande Trail, this charmer of a log cabin is filled with comfortable aesthetic touches that one would ex
The 1,600-acre Rosewood Mayakoba resort has ensconced its guests in secluded, stylish suites since it opened on Mexico’s Riviera Maya five years ago, and now the property is upping the ante on wat
A multicultural magnet for connoisseurs of art.
New Zealand’s answer to Aspen and Lake Como offers outdoor adventurers vacation-home options for every season.
Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland
Seafaring relatives drop anchor in the British Virgin Islands, selecting a secluded development as the site for their stylish retreat.
A New Zealand winery’s self-described shack—accommodations for invited guests only—is anything but primitive.
The South American nation’s top designers show their passion for natural forms, indigenous woods, and sustainable materials.
New York City