Category archives: Travel

When You Thought You Had Seen it All : SLS Brickell Hotel & Residences by Philippe Starck

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Brickell seemed even more slick and crispy clean from what I remembered of last year, when we first met with Jamie Maniscalco for a tour of the Miami Financial District. Cranes are everywhere, glass & steel towers keep rising up and a bustling restaurant scene are all fuelled by the international elite's influx of capital. Even though it was 30C outside,[...]

The Durham Hotel - A Stunning Mid-Century Modern Stay in Durham, North Carolina

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About our correspondent: Alison Currier loves to experience local culture at home and abroad. Her work as a training professional for an international jewellery company takes her from coast to coast in Canada and the US, where her curiosity drives her to glimpse into hard-to-access interiors. The Durham Hotel is one of the reason you should visit North [...]

Riding to The Beaches on a Moody Day with Agent Alex Brott

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I've been following Alex Brott for more than a year now, so when we met in Toronto, I felt like I already knew her a little. The way she writes the descriptions for her listings, her newsletter or infamous blog is simply refreshing and vivid, thanks to her background in the music industry. "You probably noticed by now that I make a lot of references and quo[...]

The Grace Residences Penthouse : An Intriguing Oasis in The Heart of Vancouver

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The Grace Residences tower is one of Vancouver’s most alluring building. Standing in front of the locked up gate on Drake Street in Yaletown, I couldn't help but wonder what's inside. Gregg Baker from Sotheby's warmly agreed to take us beyond the garden and up to the penthouse. Created by architect James Schouw, The Grace is designed to be simultaneou[...]