Located on the Champs-Elysées, the House of Denmark hosts two iconic restaurants: Flora Danica and Copenhague – the first being a chic brasserie and the second one, the gastronomic restaurant with a hidden terrace – all this, alongside its cultural involvement.
Back to February 2017, the 1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge was expected to be the opening to not be missed in sustainable hospitality in New York City. Right under the Brooklyn Bridge, the luxury residence faces Downtown Manhattan’s skyscrapers. 194 guest rooms with 30 suites welcome travellers from all over the world in this new location.
When you have your mama cooking for you the entire time, it is the easy way to find an excuse for not doing anything. She does everything well so why risk to burn the whole kitchen, right? When I announced I was going to a cooking class at Urbani Truffles near Columbus Circle, literally everyone laughed. I am fine with it because I was convinced since I am a child that I will become a good cook in the future. Perseverance is the only thing that matters.
With a very minimalist front, 11 Howard is located at the eponym street in the eclectic district of Soho. The 221 rooms take you with a direct flight to Scandinavia. Andra Andrei teamed up with Space Copenhagen to create this coveted residence…
The Architectural Digest Design Show is currently ongoing. The fair is held from March 16th to 19th in New York City at Piers 92/94. For this 16th edition, more than 400 brands are covering all parts of the home from the living room to the kitchen through the bathroom. I am attending my first trade show in the city. Let’s have a closer look at it!
Hi guys, I’ve been focusing on travel a lot more lately. Today is all about the United States of America’s capital. Or, kind of. I originally had something in mind for this article but ended up with a total different angle. We won’t necessarily go to Washington DC to ‘foodtravel’ but circumstances take you somewhere else.
Backpack on, t-shirts out and let’s go! New adventures are always exciting. I haven’t been to a lot of places in Asia yet but I’m working on it little by little. There are so many countries, cities and spots to see across the world that I’ll do my best to get to know as many as I can. Here we go, welcome to the land of smiles!
Hello 2017! The last few weeks were very busy: basically a lot of paperwork to do before loads of projects coming up! When my first semester came to an end, all I needed was to get some time far away from Paris. Guess what? Tickets to fly to Thailand were booked a week ahead! No no, this is not craziness, just pragmatism! Life is too short to make plans, you never know what happens next. So, here is the situation. I spent two weeks in the land of smiles, split into one week in Bangkok and the other one in Koh Samui. Although I was supposed to visit other islands but you know, things don’t always work the way you want.
Dorothée Contour, 34 years old, is at the head of JEM Jewellery Ethically Minded, a French jewellery house at the crossroads of ethical commitment, minimalism and poetical philosophy. This collective project gathers several talents and embraces a lucid jewellery. Mixing the immaterial that is transparency and consciousness with the tangible and the preciousness of the materials, the aesthetics of the pieces translate into a timeless elegance. She is convinced that tomorrow’s business model must be embellished by a sustainable environment through authenticity and sincerity.