Björk, the genre-busting legend whose 30-year career has helped bring pop music into communion with the avant-garde, will soon appear at two performances in Tbilisi as part of a
musical tour of the country organized by the Stream of Unconsciousness (SOU) festival of contemporary music and visual arts and Rooms Hotels, the Design Hotels™ member shaking up the cultural scene in its native Georgia. Continue reading “Björk, empress of eclectic, heads to Tbilisi”
Back in August, we shared a series of short films created by the amazing
Hotel Hotel, a three-level sustainable “vertical village” in Canberra, Australia that includes a cinema, independent book and pop-up stores, music, and local cafés and bars, not to mention, yes, a hotel. Continue reading “What’s on at Hotel Hotel in Canberra, Australia”
Back in July, we introduced
Further, our new experiment in immersive, conscientious hospitality, which kicked off with an inspirational three-day mind-and-body event at Scribner’s Catskills Lodge. Continue reading “Further heads to Rio de Janeiro”
Oliver Godow, ‘Helsinki 2017 (Yes, I do remember)’ – Photograhic Fine Art Prints / variable in size
Like the Iliad and the Odyssey, the Finnish national epic known as the Kalevala grew out of a rich oral tradition with prehistoric origins—but to this day, it continues to have an impact in contemporary Finland and beyond.
Continue reading “A Berlin exhibition takes on Finnish mythology”
Last month, we introduced
Further, our new experiment in immersive hospitality for a higher purpose. Continue reading “Go Further in the Catskills”
In today’s age of distraction and media saturation, the hospitality industry has a new responsibility to offer deeper meaning and engagement to its guests. A new breed of hoteliers has followed this command, creating community hubs that offer cultural, spiritual, and intellectual programming to those looking to connect and interact more deeply.
Continue reading “Further: Hunter Mountain”