Yoli & Otis, Canggu, Bali

Coffee Sometime, Amsterdam

Coffee Sometime, Amsterdam

A singular spark of Scandinavian minimalism settled down in the heart of Amsterdam. Persuaded by the fragrant aroma of freshly brewed coffee in the air, we slow down our pass to warm welcome this new local charm to the city’s cafe culture.

Legzira, Morocco

Turning our lenses to a sight of rust coloured stone arches, formations shaped by water and wind. The whimsy and wonder of Morocco’s sweeping coves leaves us in awe – a feeling that challenges our understanding of the natural world. 

Mansur Gavriel, New York

In the dapper Soho neighbourhood, one can enter the dreamy world of Mansur Gavriel - elegant, sophisticated and pink. Dazzling pink.

Fundació Mies van der Rohe, Barcelona

When stepping inside the monument, you might find yourself wondering what space exactly you have entered. An elegant aesthetic and rich materials give away its importance, but the lack of decoration will make you think twice about this intriguing piece of architecture. 

Time & style, Amsterdam

A place where everything feels modest, uncluttered and in balance – where time becomes a relative concept and style an understanding of simplicity.Time & Style exhibit Japanese designs, traditional crafts and contemporary art by expressing Japanese aesthetics of today and lifestyles rooted in tradition.  

Red & rose valley, Cappadocia, Turkey

Imagine a landscape covered under a blanket of hundreds of soft-hued rock formations, carved out by nature in the most impossible shapes. Honeycombed hills are situated playfully juxtaposed fairy chimneys, creating a surreal sight. 

Jardin Majorelle, Marrakech, Morocco

The store feels like a natural extension to both the brand and the founder’s beliefs and lifestyle. With light-filled corners and an uncluttered décor, it offers a moment of respite from the busy Canggu streets.

In a city where almost all buildings are painted red, the Jardin Majorelle is a blue enlightening that is unique in its kind. Created by the French artist Jacques Majorelle, the garden looks like it is composed and colored like one of his orientalist watercolor paintings.

Lrnce, Marrakech

Her work reminds of the traditional artisanship of the Middle East and North Africa, and that is not without a reason. In fact, every blanket, pillow and porcelain cup is handcrafted in one of the most beautiful cities of Morocco: Marrakech.