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Marrakech I Riad Goloboy

A cool urban sanctuary with a pop art edge, Riad Goloboy is the first of its kind in Marrakech’s labyrinthine medina. Wrapped in cheerful hues inspired by the colourful works of artists Henri Matisse and Serge Poliakoff, the interiors of the eight-room property are designed by owner and art collector, Béatrice Faujas.

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JK PLACE, Rome Italy has won best urban hotel award 2014

It took hotelier Ori Kafri eight years to find the perfect spot to launch his third project. A new hotel in Rome now follows his successful openings in Florence and Capri, and is a stone’s throw from the Spanish steps in a 19th-century building in what used to be the University of Rome. Florentine architect Michele Bonan has outfitted the 30 sumptuous guestrooms with grand canopied rosewood beds, wood-panelled walls and opulent Italian marble bathrooms.
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De Ida y Vuelta, Mexico City

De Ida y Vuelta, Mexico City

Tucked away in the colourful Centro Nacional de las Artes in Mexico City, a small and neatly curated show sheds light on a thriving contemporary design scene. De Ida y Vuelta (which loosely translates as ‘Back and Forth’) consists of 250 prototypes and finished objects by 60 Mexican designers, most of who have only been in operation since 2010.
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