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Hotels: Aire de Bardenas Hotel by Emiliano López & Mónica Rivera in Tudela, Navarra, Spain.
Exterior view of the Aire de Bardenas Hotel. Photo: José Hevia
June 19, 2013 /

Hotels: Aire de Bardenas Hotel
Tudela, Navarra, Spain

Located only three kilometers away from the city center of Tudela (Navarra, Spain) stands the four-star Hotel Aire de Bardenas, an ecological architectural jewel created by Barcelona-based architects Emiliano López & Mónica Rivera.

August 15, 2013 /

Hotels: Wythe Hotel
Brooklyn, New York, USA

Wythe Hotel, designed by Morris Adjmi Architects, succeeds in creating a grand hotel experience and - at the same time - staying true to the local Williamsburg neighborhood. With its combination of post-industry, old school minimalist aesthetics and a seemingly effortless coolness (but don’t be fooled) the Wythe Hotel fits Brooklyn like a glove.

October 09, 2013 /

Travel guide: Stockholm
Stockholm, Sweden

Stockholm is most definitely changing. After some slow years in the architectural production business, suddenly the city seems to have woken up, addressing the demands of a rapidly increasing urban population. New housing blocks and facilities are popping up all over the city, both creating new residential areas and helping to densify the city centre. We have visited some of the most interesting and inspiring new city buildings, and even some that are still under construction. This is not to forget some of the old classic masterpieces of the pre-modern Nordic neoclassicism as well as the modern architecture of Asplund, Lewerentz, Celsing and Sven Markelius. Stockholm is not to be missed.

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