In a locals’ getaway known for its bamboo forests and spa retreats, the Sheraton Huzhou Hot Spring Resort is a landmark celebration of art, nature, and 2,300 years of rich Chinese tradition.
Raleigh’s newest cutting-edge restaurant revives the fashion of bygone eras with a modern twist and the element of surprise.
JZA+D redesigns a popular noodle spot at the Sands Macau to provide a refuge from the hustle and bustle of the casino floor.
The new Aloft City Center in Chicago’s trendy River North neighborhood incorporating one of the brand's newest initiatives: an ongoing and exclusive collaboration with Design Within Reach. Here's an inside look at how the collaboration came about.
The dynamic Cinema Futura in Zhongshan, China grabs your attention like the best Hollywood thriller—and architect Alexander Wong is just getting started.

Mark Woodman of the Color Marketing Group, offers up some best practices for applying red, green, and blue to interior spaces.

In 2012, designer Michael Maurer and his team began working with Hilton on an update of its downtown Minneapolis flagship. Here's how Gettys and Hilton came together to make the renovation a success.
Thanks to globalization and the internet, ideas are traveling wider and faster than at any point in history, giving design the opportunity to become a truly universal language—but is there a downside?
There’s nothing like a bit of travel to get your creative juices flowing. Check out these design-savvy hotels to find inspiration when you hit the road—and when you hit the hay.
Modern and traditional meet in the new cafe located in the basement of the Art Institute of Chicago.
Stylt Trampoli’s storytelling approach brings the genius mind to life in the Cuckoo's Nest.
Through eight years of red tape, economic shutdowns, and an eye-opening maze of cultural differences, here’s how designer Joni Vanderslice brought the five-star Tuscan resort Castello di Casole to life.
Each year, we see so many great projects cross our desks, it can be a challenge to find room for them all. Before we close out 2013, here are our editors’ favorite projects the year simply wouldn't be complete without.
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