Our creative friends and partners share their top secret venues around the world to engage all the five senses.
Museum of Cycladic Art in Athens, the V&A in London and 107Rivoli, the store of Musée des Arts Décoratifs in Paris always offer irresistible and original jewellery pieces.
The Rubin is such an oasis, and they even host midday meditations!
The secret remains secret if one doesn’t try to decode it! CAT* (Contemporary Art Tower) in the center of Vienna is such a mystical place which I keep very strongly in my mind. In my...
I am really impressed by the design of the the new Whitney Museum in the Meatpacking district. There are plenty of large windows, breathing room, and great views of the Hudson River and the High...
Since I have spent most of 2016 in LA I would name Otium, the restaurant at the Broad museum. Chef Timothy Hollingsworth is doing a good job reinventing what an American restaurant might be.
Ordrupgaard is surrounded by trees and a wonderful art park with contemporary pieces by Olafur Eliasson, Jeppe Hein, Simon Starling, Henry Krokatsis, Carsten Höller and more.
Sitting at the bar with a glass of wine and exquisitely presented food was sensory overload of the best kind: a warm, glazed roll and creamery butter; chick pea fritter, carrot mustard, olives; and octopus,...
SAM in Seattle is one that is hard to leave without buying something. They have large items and high design trinkets but also lots of small fun things that are reasonable and great for kids.
Louvre, it is 80% books, and 20 % gifts, I always end up buying way too much when I am there.
Palais the Tokyo in Paris has a great photomaton in its entrance... So retro!
It is beautiful and surprising, which makes the food even more delicious.
It might not be the most beautiful museum I’ve been to so far but it still hasn't lost its effect after all this time and I think thats what gives a museum it’s wow-factor.
That visit reminded me what museum are essentially for: to see great art and to feel inspired.
The Tate Modern turbine hall. A curious blend of grand + intimate.
The Chichu Art Museum in Naoshima, Japan really made a big impact on me.
It’s a magical journey inside a futuristic concrete building.
I must admit that I rarely dine in museums. I am there for the art and I often find my mind racing after just a few moments in any decent museum.
A place we always stop before getting back on the highway in Montreal is Canadian Centre for Architecture.
When we are in Italy we always try to go to Villa Panza in Varese and loose ourselves in the amazing sculpture gardens and the James Turrel lit rooms.