The site features an abundance of marine fossils from over 65 million years ago, spectacular mountain ranges and ancient burial sites from the Stone, Bronze and Iron Ages.
Casa Brumma is located between the Guateque municipality, Boyacá, in the area better known as the Tenza Valley.
Opened in 2019, the Miyuan Hotel brings boutique accommodations to the mountains of China.
Nestled within the jaw-dropping Columbia River Gorge, The Society Hotel Bingen offers a refined off-the-beaten-trail experience for travelers and getaway-seekers alike.
‘We wanted an antidote to our usual lives’
Located on the northern slope of an extinct volcano, the Hood River Residence rests at the transition between the agricultural valley and the forested hillside of Hood River Valley.
The building does not disappear into the nature in the form of debris; it is placed on the water in a complete form, as if to integrate the scenery of the four seasons into the courtyard, or let the architecture and landscape, heaven and earth integrate to feel the changes of four seasons.
‘Designed to mimic the historic house’s unique atmospheres by adopting the same traditional hierarchy of materials’
An experimental video that evokes the cycles of nature.
Reilstad is on the island of Finnøy - one of the largest islands in Ryfylke.
A nationwide unique wellness & spa hotel resort in the middle of a forest.
Set on a plot that slopes gently toward a lake, this pavilion is surrounded by the exceptional flora of an old growth forest.
Located in Chilean Patagonia, on the eastern bank of The Rupanco Lake, by Aguilo Pedraza Arquitectos.
Six Senses Krabey Island blends into the lush canopy of trees and tropical landscape.
Set on a bucolic 220 acre farm in Dutchess County NY, this private home manifests the duality of living on this site: The desire for transparency and engagement with the landscape vs the desire for privacy.
A unique iconic luxury lodge hasbeen created for you to unwind and relax while taking in the surrounding idyllic setting.
British photographer's exploration into unknown territory.
National Georgaphic's favorite submissions to the photo contest.
A vacation home for a family designed by Santiago-based Cazu Zegers.
Designed by Haysom Ward Miller Architects, winner of a 2018 Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland Award.
The camps base sits proudly in the heart of the Central Serengeti, in the Seronera valley.
Australian photographer's aerial photography series.
The Wave House is a limited edition luxury Log home now available for purchase worldwide.
Located adjacent to the wild landscape of Kingsburg Beach on the south shore of Nova Scotia, set amongst tall grasses, roaming deer and the raw scent of the sea.
KAI Sengokuhara is a hot spring ryokan located near Hakone in a vast natural setting 700 meters up in the mountains.
The lodge is situated on the Sand River in the very heart of the Sabi Sand Game Reserve.
A house between the mountains and lakes of the Ausseerland, characterized by building tradition and the respectful handling of the landscape, by Gangoly & Kristiner Architekten.
A personal photo series by German photographer Jan Erik Waider, capturing the raw stillness of the Nordic countries.
Albert Dros is an award-winning Dutch photographer.
"In photographing wild animals, I think I have one advantage over other fields of photography in that I believe there is an authenticity to their personalities."
Situated just above the shoreline of the Benguela Cove Wine Estate in the Overberg region of the Western Cape, the house overlooks the Botrivier Lagoon and Overberg Mountains.
Three room in the secluded landscape.
The most iconic mountain pop-up ever, set at 2100 m in the heart of the Dolomites.
The house explores slippery form by seeing the ground as a mutable, protean material, an untapped unconscious.
Combination of wild nature and a permaculture farm with the luxury of eating a beautiful meal made from the best and freshest ingredients possible, and a simple but comfortable place to rest by the lake.
Overlooking the blue waters of Great Oyster Bay and with the rugged Hazards mountain range as your backdrop.
A series of photographs by Chilean photographer.
Surfers, yoga lovers, and adventure travelers seeking the best in Costa Rica hotels come for direct access to the region’s most famous beach, Playa Guiones, and stay to experience the most consistent surf breaks in the world, a relaxing yoga retreat, and adventurous mountain biking.
Famous for its captivating vistas, Pavana is as much a getaway as it is a pristine landscape – with the lake landlocked by the Sahyadris, crowned and guarded by three forts.
The space is designed by Costa Rican architects at Studio Saxe and filled with locally sourced furniture and design details.