19th-Century Office as NYC’s Beekman Hotel

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Previously design as offices for lawyers and small businesses in 1883, this beautifully detailed building has now been transformed into one of the most stunning, must visit spaces to exist. The building was transformed by Gerner Kronick + Valcarcel, Architects, and Martin Brudnizki Design Studio.  The Beekman hotel is designed so guest can glimpse all the fun without having to walk through the spaces.

I cannot wait until I get a glimpse of my own.

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Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore

Florence Cathedral

The typical Italian Gothic building, the Cathedral of Florence, is dedicated to “Santa Maria del Fiore”. The church was designed by Arnolfo di Cambio (c1245-1302) who considerably enlarged the existing religious structure. Finished around 1367, the Cathedral was completely covered by coloured marbles like the earlier Baptistery, except for the façade that remained unfinished and was terminated only in the 19th century.

Favourite apartment in Rome

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Designer: Emiliano Salci and Britt Moran, of Dimore Studio : www.dimorestudio.eu

Location: Largo Carlo Goldoni in the heart of Rome

Description: Previously a ho-hum Fendi store and anonymous office space, it has been ambitiously reconceived and refurbished as a five-storey cultural, retail, hospitality and entertaining complex for the brand and its clients.