After years of growing tourism in Southeast Asia, it’s no longer just the scenery that leaves tourists speechless – it’s also the art. Paintings, sculptures, calligraphy, and more, are all thriving in Vietnam. You just have to know where to look.
Here is a guide to Antwerp with a list of places you can see in 12 hours.
Enjoy Art Installations? Like the Beach? If the answer is Yes, You will love to stay at the new ‘Playland Motel’ in the Rockaways.
The Kanayama Community Center by Kengo Kuma and Associates Architects is a public space and museum which boasts a unique facade. Modeled after the…
There are lifts for passengers at the deepest underground station in Paris – it is thirty meters below ground – but hale and hearty…
If you were in France and were interested in studying the earth, you’re bound to be directed to the Hans Hollein’s Vulcania – a…
Heatherwick Studio is a landmark in itself. Established in 1994 by the renowned Thomas Heatherwick, this stood to bring out the best minds from…
You would have to be living under a rock for the past couple of years to not know that street art has fast dominated the art world, and that these vibrant, modern images are now making their way off of the street and onto the walls of world renowned galleries.
Monster Children is a gallery, magazine and store featuring work from street-inspired and contemporary artists from Australia, USA, Japan and more.
Housed in the old Eveleigh Rail Yard, CarriageWorks opened in 2007 as a place for Sydney’s artists to come together to visualize, develop and display their work in an environment that is both supportive and inspiring.
Belvoir is one of Australia’s most celebrated theatre companies, lead by Neil Armfield and backed by over 600 professionals in the art and entertainment world.
What do you expect when you enter a building that displays ideas? The Nevada Museum of Art is a rich display of how meaningful…
Interested in the world beyond our world? Is space exploration high on your wish-list? At the Euro Space Center in Luxemburg, Belgium, you now…
Carsten Höller at the Hamburger Bahnhof is a museum dedicated to understanding the origins of Soma – an intoxicating drink of the ethereal world that has been mentioned in the old Indian Vedas and Upanishads.
Overlooking the Mediterranean Sea is this 482-room large hotel located in Barcelona, Spain. As a part of the Ritz-Carlton chain, you can expect the same standard of 5-star luxury at the Hotel Arts.
Need to do your laundry but don’t know how to kill time? Wouldn’t it be such a treat now if someone just served you a little cup of throat soothing deliciousness?
When was the last time you were creatively inspired while sipping on your hot latte or favorite flavour of tea? If you’re in Paris, you’ve got to take a little trip down St. Martin just to be a part of the ‘cafe couture’ experience at the Sweat Shop.
Right at the heart of the oh-so-stylish Bermondsey Village in London, is a spectacular building dedicated to all that’s ‘in.’ Welcome to the Fashion and Textile Museum, a cutting-edge center that focuses on collecting and displaying items that are relevant to contemporary fashion, accessories and textile designing.
Richard Ginori’s museum of beautifully crafted porcelain products is a haven for lovers of antiques and fine crafts.
From a powerful concept of displaying failed love, the Museum of Broken Relationships has transformed from a traveling exhibit to a more established venue and tourist attraction in Croatia.