As travel returns, Oliver Smith, general manager of luxury boutique hotel The Samling, discusses navigating the pandemic and what differences guests can expect to find following the reopening of this idyllic spot in the English Lake District.
Bordeaux’s rich history has secured its wines a special place in the upper echelons of the fine wine world. But a new wave of winemakers is embracing modern techniques and challenging outdated perceptions about the region.
Spear’s meets Lucy Barber, head of Forsters’ growing property arm for her insights into private client service
Home to a multitude of indigenous grape varieties, Italy is one of the best wine-growing countries in the world. And, from Piedmont to Etna, the quality of Italian wine is at an all time high, with a new generation of producers demonstrating just how much room there is left to discover.
What does regenerative architecture mean in the context of a virtually untouched site? Gerard Evenden of Foster + Partners discusses creating living spaces, the significance of light touch design – and why The Red Sea Project has the potential to generate transformative value on both a local and global scale.