Collection by Jaime Gillin

Blogger Focus: Design Destinations

Some of our favorite bloggers handpicked design hotspots from around the globe. Here are their answers.

“[DoYouReadMe] in Berlin sells the best independent, international, and local magazines. It’s run by graphic designers, and you can really feel their love for printed matter.” —Frederik Frede of freundevonfreunden.com
“[DoYouReadMe] in Berlin sells the best independent, international, and local magazines. It’s run by graphic designers, and you can really feel their love for printed matter.” —Frederik Frede of freundevonfreunden.com
“I am dying to visit the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam, which reopened in April after a ten-year renovation.” —Danielle De Lange of style-files.com
“I am dying to visit the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam, which reopened in April after a ten-year renovation.” —Danielle De Lange of style-files.com
“The new Sean Godsel–designed building for the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology has an outer skin made of circular photosensitive glass panels, which allow for automated sunshading.” —Lucy Feagins of thedesignfiles.net
“The new Sean Godsel–designed building for the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology has an outer skin made of circular photosensitive glass panels, which allow for automated sunshading.” —Lucy Feagins of thedesignfiles.net
“Chef Luke Dale-Roberts strives for maximum innovation at The Test Kitchen, in Cape Town. One of my most memorable meals featured a caprese salad for dessert.” —Diana Moss of missmoss.co.za
“Chef Luke Dale-Roberts strives for maximum innovation at The Test Kitchen, in Cape Town. One of my most memorable meals featured a caprese salad for dessert.” —Diana Moss of missmoss.co.za
“My latest fixation is the Shed in Healdsburg, California. The hybrid retail-restaurant-event space features communal dinners, homesteading classes, a collection of kitchen supplies and gardening tools, and even a fermentation bar.” —Dave Cuzner of grainedit.com
“My latest fixation is the Shed in Healdsburg, California. The hybrid retail-restaurant-event space features communal dinners, homesteading classes, a collection of kitchen supplies and gardening tools, and even a fermentation bar.” —Dave Cuzner of grainedit.com