A Parisian restaurant serving up haute-cuisine without the pretention.
One man's mission to educate, innovate, and serve the world's best brew.
Fully booked: a charming (and cramped) Marais bookstore.
In the urban wilderness of Paris, an oasis of calm and curved concrete.
On a hushed Parisian side street, an artist's hidden house museum.
An antique dealer's apartment, where everything is for sale.
Le Corbusier’s concrete city in the sky.
Berlin's Bonanza Roastery Café fuses old brewing techniques with modern methods for one of the best coffees in the German capital.
In Los Angeles' Highland Park neighborhood, Café Birdie hints at the bistros of Paris' cobbled streets.
Hotel Skeppsholmen, located on a charming island in the heart of Stockholm, boast the Swedish capital's contemporary art museum as next-door neighbor.
Stockholm-based Perspective Studio offers unusual interpretations of Scandinavian design, far from the minimalist style that the region is known for.
Acting as a laboratory space for both contemporary and vintage furniture, Paris' Galerie Kreo boasts objects from established and upcoming designers.
The new location of one of Mexico City's most celebrated restaurants.
Galería OMR is the home of contemporary Mexican art, representing an array of emerging and established artists.
Presenting a singular collection of objects, Spartan Shop reinterprets the modern from the perspective of a traditionalist.
A vibrant outpost for everything design in the eastern quarters of Copenhagen.
In Chicago, The Robey hotel fuses 20th-century architecture with contemporary design.
Delve into an Asian interpretation of French cuisine at Le Servan, run by sisters Tatiana and Katia Levha.
A landmark in the Spanish capital, the Barceló Torre de Madrid Hotel fuses the old with the new through a complete redesign by designer Jaime Hayon.
An outpost of Nordic gastronomy in the heart of New York, Agern has made a name for itself by emphasizing local ingredients and seasonal cooking.
The go-to purveyor of everything tea when visiting the German capital.
In a unique twist for Our Legacy, their Work Shop in Stockholm offers unreleased samples along with reworkings of the brand's vintage pieces.
Reflecting its owner's heritage, Hackney's Momosan Shop brings together Japanese and English homewares.
Located in the 3rd arrondissement of the City of Light, The Broken Arm is the quintessential contemporary clothing shop.
A Los Angeles purveyor of European furniture, Western antiquities, architectural relics and 20th century design.
A Parisian gallery-cum-bookshop offering art books, exhibition catalogs, rare publications, limited edition works and everything in between.
David Zwirner Gallery in Manhattan is an architectural delight on the outside, and houses a number of the modern masters inside.
Room Mate Giulia Hotel responds to its surroundings in thoughtful and delightful ways.
An ever-changing menu delights and surprises the palate at Pidgin. The simplicity of this restaurant’s food belies its clever design.
Need Supply Co.’s Tokyo store is a celebration of their stylish brand of minimalism, both local and global.