Explore Enowa Yufuin, a luxurious hillside resort in Yufu, Japan, designed by Kuru Co. in 2023. Set against the stunning backdrop of Mt. Yufu and Yufu’s serene landscape, this resort spans 44,000 square meters (about 473,612 square feet) and elevates from 543 to 585 meters (1,781 to 1,919 feet) above sea level.
Enowa Yufuin redefines luxury with its “primitive luxury” concept, blending the raw beauty of nature with elegant design across its villas, restaurant, and hotel. It’s an immersive experience where nature’s simplicity meets sophisticated comfort.
Overlooking the mesmerizing Surfers Paradise in Gold Coast, Australia, The Langham emerges as a 5-star luxury urban resort. PTW Architects have masterfully blended the elegance of the ‘Queenslander’ architecture with modern luxury, capturing the essence of the sub-tropical climate and the pristine beach location.
This haven offers not just breathtaking views but also a curated experience, encompassing plush guest suites, state-of-the-art facilities, and an ambiance that echoes timeless grandeur.
Unveiling the alluring secrets of the Nolinski Venezia, a luxury hotel located in the heart of Venice, Italy. This 1929 architectural marvel, resplendent with an exquisite mix of Art Nouveau, Stile Liberty, and Modernism, has been meticulously restored and enhanced by the brilliant design duo Lecoadic-Scotto.
Just a few canals away from landmarks like St. Mark’s Square and La Fenice Theater, this hotel offers a unique blend of historical richness, architectural splendor, and contemporary design. From its 43 distinctive rooms and 13 luxurious suites to an Ottoman-inspired spa and gold mosaic pool offering breathtaking views of the city, the Nolinski Venezia provides an unparalleled stay out of the ordinary, suspended in time.
Immerse yourself in the harmonious marriage of modern design and timeless Provencal charm with Câlin, a marvel of hospitality design situated in the idyllic vineyards of Provence, France.
This architectural wonder, masterfully executed by Contekst in 2022, once stood as an abandoned cluster of buildings, now transformed into a serene sanctuary offering unparalleled views of the region’s expansive wine fields and mountainous landscapes. With a nod to Provence’s famed tranquility and sublime vistas, this project marries large concrete volumes and nature-inspired design elements, drawing the eye and heart into the captivating beauty of its surroundings.
Let us take you on a journey through this oasis of peace and modern aesthetics, a testament to the ingenuity of Contekst‘s design ethos.
Unveiling a tranquil haven in the heart of Italy’s sun-soaked Puglia, Tenuta Negroamaro seamlessly marries chic, traditional design with organic materials reflective of the region’s rich natural bounty. Skillfully crafted by London-based Olga Ashby Interiors, this lovely resort and hotel offers an innovative concept, redefining hospitality by placing nature at the core of guest experiences.
Immerse in serene moments within our meticulously curated spaces, each thoughtfully designed to encapsulate the region’s unique charm, fostering a profound connection to a simpler, more natural way of life.
Introducing Pa.te.os, a set of guesthouses located in Portugal designed by Aires Mateus & Associados in 2020.
These guesthouses are integrated into the Primosfera landscape like ruins lost in time and designed to take full advantage of the nature surrounding them. The walls, as boundaries, evoke houses and the unique matter used to draw the enclosures creates tension between them with the spaces generating openings and negatives in these presences.
Freiraum, a stunning mountain hotel in Mellau, Austria, designed by Baumeister Jürgen Haller in 2022, is breathtakingly beautiful. Located at the foot of the slope and near the village center of Mellau, it offers magnificent views of the local mountain Kanisfluh.
The four-story building, with 7 apartments and a hipped roof, is clad with a natural spruce facade and designed in passive house standard. Its interior spaces open up to the balcony and the natural landscape with their large window areas, creating a timeless and clear type of elements throughout the building.
Designed by Tabanlioglu Architects in 2020, the Bodrum Loft Hotel in Bodrum, Turkey, is a summer resort project that blends the man-made to the natural in an inspirational way.
Taking inspiration from the way neighboring old towns connect to the land and its surroundings, the design uses locally sourced materials and seeks low maintenance, weathering aesthetically. With reference to the nature of the region, the angles of sun and winds, the project frames a building that responds to the climate and is integrated with the nature to welcome the sun and the breeze in a controlled attitude.