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Shops We Love: Nora, Detroit

At the Detroit shop Nora, find a mix of Japanese- and Scandinavian-inspired wares.

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Lobby of Hotel Demetria in Guadalajara
Hotels

Hotel Demetria, Guadalajara

“There is a saying that if you can make a business successful in Guadalajara, you can make it successful anywhere,” says Hotel Demetria owner and architect, Iván Cordero of his…
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Food

Pasta Pot by Patrick Jouin for Alessi

French designer Patrick Jouin and famed Michelin-starred French chef Alain Ducasse spent three years working together to create their recent product for Alessi: the Compasso d'Oro-winning Pasta Pot.
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Travel Reports

Living on Water: Stilted Villages

After visiting the legendary floating villages on Cambodia’s Tonle Sap, I took a detour to Kompong Phluk, a permanent settlement built upon stilts at the edge of the lake.
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Travel Reports

Evergreen Brick Works

Toronto's skyline is speckled with bricks from the former Don Valley Brick Works yard. In the 1960s and 70s, the company produced more than 43 million bricks each year.
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Hotels

John Lautner's Desert Rose

Two Los Angeles designers resuscitate a down-at-the-heel John Lautner building—and give architecture fans a chance to spend the night in a mid-century gem.
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Travel Reports

Stockholm Furniture Fair 2010

Every February, the very best new Nordic furniture designs debut at the Stockholm Furniture Fair and the Northern Light Fair.
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Travel Reports

Czech Trek at the Biennale

Out of all of the exhibits at the Venice Biennale this year, I spent the most time sitting and playing inside the pavilion of the Czech Republic and Slovakia.
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Food

Bialetti Pasta Pot

Italian cooktop and cookware company Bialetti is best known for its Moka Express stovetop espresso maker. It has, however, been bolstering its line of pots and pans over the recent years.

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Mobility and Design (Play)

Video Exclusive: Mobility & Design

There’s an evolution toward purpose-driven design, combining thoughtful vision with today’s real needs.  How will we be powering the cars of tomorrow?
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