For years Hobart has been considered little more than a sleepy backwater. Visitors, if they came at all, travelled to Tasmania for the stunning beaches, rainforest and bush, bypassing the state capital all together.
Hong Kong does food and art in spades, and both exceedingly well. Insider knowledge is a must for any traveller to HK. Here we lead you through the often confusing maze of back streets and high streets with their diverse offerings of international, local, traditional, cultural and just plain old tacky... watch out, HK is totally alluring.
With three days to explore New York, not venturing above 29th Street may seem sacrilegious, but if you have already seen the uptown sites, the grandness of The Metropolitan Museum and vastness of Central Park and the shops of Madison Avenue, then you will find there is plenty to keep you occupied in this often missed area of New York.
Multi-use estate in Champotón in Mexico, by AS arquitectura and R79 architects.
We share this intriguing renovation found in the coastal town of Champotón in Mexico. This multifunctional estate has been beautifully modernised as a weekend home, boutique hotel and event space, with public areas for reflection and isolation, all while staying loyal to its existing historical structure of decaying walls and geometry.
We discovered Maroesjka's beautiful images of Iceland a couple of years ago and loved her book ' Island ' .Here is her next collection of work still with those beautiful soft pastel hues that we loved in 'Ísland'.
There is nothing more wonderful than a building with history. Whether it has crumbling old walls or delicate decorative features - an old building tells a tale we all want to unravel. This impressive barn in a small village in the Uckermark, north of Berlin, has been converted into an eye-catching country house. Beautiful old bricks, large open arches, raw wooden beams and a fireplace that the A Magazine office wish we could sit around for hours…
Mariana de Delás has created a magical intervention in a remote agricultural estate on the island of Mallorca. Translucent and hovering gently above a field of golden barley, it resembles an architectural interpretation of a cloud.