Tour Populus, Architect Jeanne Gang’s First Colorado High-Rise {Tour Populus, Architect Jeanne Gang’s First Colorado High-Rise} – English

Tour Populus, Architect Jeanne Gang’s First Colorado High-Rise {Tour Populus, Architect Jeanne Gang’s First Colorado High-Rise} – English

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Architect Jeanne Gang’s designs have been called daring, visionary and neighborhood-regenerating, but when describing her first Colorado project that takes shape at the intersection of Colfax Avenue, 14th Street and Court Place, the best term may be “city-defining.”

Called Populus, in honor of the aspen tree (Populus tremuloides) that inspired its design, the structure’s unique fenestration evokes the eye-like patterns on an aspen’s trunk. “On the exterior, the ‘lids’ of each window stretch outward according to solar orientation to shade the interior, improving the building’s energy performance,” says Jon Buerge, chief development officer at Denver-based Urban Villages, the firm behind the project. “The windows change in size in response to how an [interior] space is used, mirroring the growth patterns of aspens.”

The 13-story mixed-use building—slated for completion in 2023—will include a 250-key hotel, 40 micro-apartments, event spaces, multiple food and beverage offerings, and a rooftop bar and view deck. It’s a building “that is worthy of Denver’s rising prominence on the national and international stage,” Buerge says, and “an impressive architectural legacy for generations to come.”

PHOTO COURTESY STUDIO GANG

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The Hotel Breathing Fresh Life Into Colorado’s Mining History {The Hotel Breathing Fresh Life Into Colorado’s Mining History} – English

The Hotel Breathing Fresh Life Into Colorado’s Mining History {The Hotel Breathing Fresh Life Into Colorado’s Mining History} – English

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In Golden, one of Colorado’s oldest mining-era towns, local history has come alive in a fresh new way with the debut of The Eddy Taproom & Hotel, a 49-room boutique hotel and restaurant that opened its doors in June.

Located on the former site of the Golden Fire Brick Company, which dates back to the 1860s, the new building—designed by Denver’s Craine Architecture—nods to its predecessor with a brick exterior, riveted-steel panels, rough-hewn wood floors, coffered tin ceilings and turn-of-the-century light fixtures.

Within that industrial skin, Denver-based interior design firm Studio R Design mixed contemporary and vintage furnishings with Gold Rush references—from the black leather swing chairs that greet travelers as they enter the hotel, to guest rooms’ mining-cart-inspired desks and dark-as-ink headboard walls that riff on classic board-and-batten paneling.

Equally unique are the room configurations, which include family-friendly suites with inviting double bunks.

PHOTO COURTESY THE EDDY TAPROOM & HOTEL

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Keep Cozy (And Green) At This Scandinavian-Inspired Alpine Lodge {Keep Cozy (And Green) At This Scandinavian-Inspired Alpine Lodge} – English

Keep Cozy (And Green) At This Scandinavian-Inspired Alpine Lodge {Keep Cozy (And Green) At This Scandinavian-Inspired Alpine Lodge} – English

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What’s in a name? In the case of Electric Pass Lodge, a new development comprising 53 two- and three-bedroom ski-in/ski-out residences at the base of Snowmass Ski Area, the name celebrates a design that’s completely powered by renewable energy.

“We set out to design not only a contemporary, Scandinavian-inspired alpine lodge, but the most sustainable, all-electric condominium building in the Colorado mountains,” says Christian Barlock, principal at 4240 Architecture, which collaborated with interior design firm River + Lime on the project. Upon its anticipated spring 2023 debut, “Electric Pass Lodge will set a new standard for the future of building design in Snowmass and hopefully for ski resorts across North America.”

A combination of a rooftop solar array and off-site renewable electricity will power the building, which includes a health club, lounge and ski locker room. Triple-pane windows, robust insulation, phase-change ceilings that retain and release heat, and a mechanical system that pre-heats or -cools incoming fresh air will all minimize the structure’s energy appetite while keeping residents comfortable even on the coldest winter days.

Electric Pass Lodge

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What’s In Store At Arhaus’ New Chicago Location {What’s In Store At Arhaus’ New Chicago Location} – English

What’s In Store At Arhaus’ New Chicago Location {What’s In Store At Arhaus’ New Chicago Location} – English

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Globally inspired heirloom-quality furniture brand Arhaus has relocated to Oak Brook Center, the upscale shopping destination in the western Chicago suburbs. The new two-floor, 18,000-square-foot store, which opened in February, offers a shoppable showroom of indoor and outdoor furniture and decor as well as in-person and virtual design services. In celebration of the new store, Arhaus partnered with DIOP, an African-inspired label whose new line of pillows debuted at this location.

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The Luxury Aspen Resort That’s Sporting A Striking Redesign {The Luxury Aspen Resort That’s Sporting A Striking Redesign} – English

The Luxury Aspen Resort That’s Sporting A Striking Redesign {The Luxury Aspen Resort That’s Sporting A Striking Redesign} – English

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The lobby and living room at Aspen resort The Little Nell have always been among the chicest meeting spots in town, but a new redesign by Luis Bustamante Studio of Spain quite literally casts the spaces in a new light.

The lobby sports lightened-up wood finishes and introduces a motif of striking geometries, seen first in round brass tables that rest atop a geometric-patterned rug. The split-level living room beyond features new furnishings along with bold paintings by Bustamante, formerly a professional painter and sculptor.

“Because Luis Bustamante’s background is in sculpture,” says the design firm’s Julian Castillo, “he conceives space as a whole piece of art, where there is a strong interplay between the materials, lighting, furniture and artwork. Then there’s the place: In response to the climate in Aspen, especially in winter, the first thing you’ll feel here is coziness—the feeling of being embraced, warm and protected.”

In other words, all the vibes a storied ski resort should deliver.

PHOTO COURTESY THE LITTLE NELL

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Begin Your Stay At This Charming Danish Village At These Chic Hotels {Begin Your Stay At This Charming Danish Village At These Chic Hotels} – English

Begin Your Stay At This Charming Danish Village At These Chic Hotels {Begin Your Stay At This Charming Danish Village At These Chic Hotels} – English

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Enjoy delicious bites and drinks at the V Lounge at the Vinland.

Just a short drive from Santa Barbara, California, a pair of stylish hotels has opened in Solvang, a delightful Danish village where visitors can try traditional pastries like aebleskiver, buy a unique cuckoo clock, and explore the region’s spectacular wineries and vineyards. The sister properties, both by Highway West Vacations, embody different aesthetics, offering something for every taste.

Solvang’s historic Old Mill Clock Tower has been reimagined as The Winston, an intimate boutique hotel that marries the building’s old-world charm with fresh, bohemian decor. Each of the 14 guest rooms and suites is unique, with vibrantly colored walls, oversize upholstered headboards, and furnishings and accessories thoughtfully curated from around the world.

Lovers of clean, modern design will want to book the Vinland Hotel & Lounge, situated in the heart of Solvang’s Mission Drive. After a full day of exploring, pillow-top beds and luxurious bedding promise a restful slumber. Guests will soon get to enjoy fresh Californian fare with a Danish flair at the hotel’s swanky V Lounge. Those who book the top suites get exclusive perks and experiences at nearby wineries.

green headboard against botanical wallpaper

Enjoy a stay at The Winston.

PHOTOS COURTESY THE WINSTON AND VINLAND HOTEL & LOUNGE

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DashBar Salon In Miami Is A Pink-And-Rose Gold Paradise{DashBar Salon In Miami Is A Pink-And-Rose Gold Paradise} – English

DashBar Salon In Miami Is A Pink-And-Rose Gold Paradise{DashBar Salon In Miami Is A Pink-And-Rose Gold Paradise} – English

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PHOTO COURTESY DASHBAR

Think pink (and rose gold) at DashBar in Brickell, where the new salon and spa is dripping in dreamy design details and Instagrammable moments.

Bold wallpaper in soft pink-and-cream stripes and metallic geometric shapes from London-based I Love Wallpaper drape the walls, black-and-brass sputnik chandeliers dangle from ceilings, and playful spaces abound with neon signs and plant walls.

Created by entrepreneur Carla Oliva after she tired of running to different spots for beauty services, guests can kick back in custom chairs conceived by Oliva, as a beauty squad performs services such as a manicure, pedicure and blowout all at once. Sixty minutes and you’re out the door—right after snapping your beautified “after” photo in front of one of their fun backdrops.

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Live A Life Of Luxury At This Bayfront Sarasota Condominium {Live A Life Of Luxury At This Bayfront Sarasota Condominium} – English

Live A Life Of Luxury At This Bayfront Sarasota Condominium {Live A Life Of Luxury At This Bayfront Sarasota Condominium} – English

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As its name suggests, Epoch aims to usher in a new era of luxurious living for those who call it home. Slated to make its official debut along the Sarasota skyline in early 2021, the contemporary condominium comprising 23 residences was designed by Coral Gables architectural firm Nichols Brosch Wurst Wolfe & Associates and boasts floor-to-ceiling windows set against the backdrop of panoramic ocean views. Residents will enjoy amenities such as concierge service, a rooftop terrace, a wellness center with a private massage suite and a secluded guest residence. The interiors, by Miami’s B. Pila Design, will be appointed with imported Italian cabinetry and free-standing soaking tubs. epochsarasota.com

Rendering of a high-rise building

PHOTO COURTESY EPOCH SARASOTA

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A Peek At The Restoration Of The First Hotel On Florida’s West Coast {A Peek At The Restoration Of The First Hotel On Florida’s West Coast} – English

A Peek At The Restoration Of The First Hotel On Florida’s West Coast {A Peek At The Restoration Of The First Hotel On Florida’s West Coast} – English

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The first hotel built on Florida’s West Coast, the Belleview Biltmore Hotel, has been restored and reimagined as the Belleview Inn.

Built in 1897 by Henry Plant, the iconic four-story landmark hosted every living president until it closed in 2009. JMC Communities preserved its most authentic 120-year-old features—among them, the grand staircase in the lobby and the fireplaces—while incorporating a resort-style pool and sundeck and a fully outfitted fitness center.

Additional charms include the Tiffany Room, so called for its Tiffany glass panels from the original building; Mort’s Reading Room—named after Plant’s son—stocked with displays and historical information about the establishment’s legacy; and Maisie’s Marketplace, namesake of Mort’s wife, serving up breakfast and small plates.

PHOTOS COURTESY BELLEVIEW INN

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With Mental Refreshment Top Of Mind, We’re Daydreaming Of The Retreat At Miraval Arizona {With Mental Refreshment Top Of Mind, We’re Daydreaming Of The Retreat At Miraval Arizona} – English

With Mental Refreshment Top Of Mind, We’re Daydreaming Of The Retreat At Miraval Arizona {With Mental Refreshment Top Of Mind, We’re Daydreaming Of The Retreat At Miraval Arizona} – English

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In the shadow of Sedona’s red rock formations, The Retreat at Miraval Arizona is a new way to experience a luxurious getaway to refresh both the body and soul.

The resort’s 22 modular, elegant villas and suites with up to three bedrooms combine privacy and community with separate entrances, private pools or spas, indoor-to-outdoor showers and spectacular views. The barrier to nature dissolves via the custom designed, fully retractable floor-to-ceiling glass doors, making the splendor of the Sonoran Desert part of your own personal living space.

Exclusive experiences at The Retreat include Life in Balance Spa wellness services, community art projects and private, in-suite culinary experiences. Continue the serenity you find at The Retreat and bring home items from the exclusive Miraval collection, including bedding, robes, candles and crystals.

PHOTOS COURTESY OF MIRAVAL ARIZONA RESORT & SPA

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