The iconic Burj Al Arab Jumeirah has finally opened its most exciting feature
Marking a triumphant day in luxury innovation, Dubai’s sail-shaped Burj Al Arab Jumeirah has finally opened its highly anticipated Burj Al Arab Terrace.
The private terrace is the first in marine and off-site construction, as it was built in Finland and then transported by ship ... More
The Met Opera celebrates 50 years of playing host to Lobmeyr’s crystal creations
Since 1823 Lobmeyr has been known for their exceptional light design and craftsmanship. And in 1966 twelve of their chandeliers debuted to the New York Metropolitan Opera’s first audience, and welcomed the establishment’s first standing ovation as the Starburst Chandeliers from Vienna rose with the first curtain.
Designed by Hans ... More
Conrad Shawcross beautifully captures Hong Kong's energy at The Peninsula just in time for Art Basel
The Peninsula Hong Kong will host a captivating installation by British artist and mechanical sculptor Conrad Shawcross from March 22-April 5. The ADA Project will mark the latest chapter in the “Love Art at The Peninsula 2016” initiative, the hotel’s yearly roundup of exhibitions and events that celebrate creativity with a commitment ... More
Artist Victor Solomon has uniquely paired luxury with basketball in a new series of backboards and hoops handcrafted from stained glass and jewels, respectively.
Aptly titled Literally Balling, the collection nods to our culture’s devotion to the sport and the modern-day kingship of athletes. Solomon—who spent over 100 hours on ... More
International artist Jason deCaires Taylor has curated Europe’s first underwater museum.
Museo Atlántico, located in the waters off the Spanish island of Lanzarote, features a powerful collection of completely submerged sculptures at depths of between 40 and 50 feet. Like deCaires Taylor’s similar projects in Mexico, ... More
On Christmas Day, 2015, DuJour contributor—and serial traveler to India—Mark Hartman sat on the beach in the southern Indian state of Kerala, one of his favorite regions. “The beach was full of women wearing brightly colored saris, people playing in the water fully clothed, while others stared meditatively at the ... More
Paul Cocksedge exploits the forces of nature to manipulate materials in his latest exhibition
London-based designer Paul Cocksedge has brought his work stateside for the second time. The solo exhibition, Freeze, features three series of objects: “Freeze,” “Slice” and “Rhythm Shelf,” created by allowing the forces of nature—namely temperature—to work their magic on materials like copper, aluminum and acrylic.
Cocksedge’s experimentation throughout the series produced splendid ... More
Chamber's second annual collection connects human desire with nature
Chamber, an art and design boutique located along New York’s High Line, has launched their second annual collection, Human | Nature, to the public. The yearlong project—curated by photographer and filmmaker Andrew Zuckerman—explores the interaction between humans and the natural world and investigates how objects have a transformative ... More
Designer pieces from Italy touch down at the NSU Art Museum
Bellissima: Italy and High Fashion 1945 – 1968, a gorgeous exhibition that explores the creativity that gave rise to Italian high fashion as we know it, will arrive at Fort Lauderdale’s NSU Art Museum this winter.
A project of MAXXI: National Museum of the XXI Century Arts in Rome and ... More
Hundreds of rare European pieces will be on sale in NYC for two weeks only
Three of Europe’s elite art galleries have joined forces to hold a pop-up exhibition for the ages. Beginning on October 14, Marie-Amélie Carlier of Brimo de Laroussilhe in Paris, Nicolas and Alexis Kugel of Galerie J. Kugel, also in Paris, and Alessandra di Castro of Rome will be showing over 300 objects in their ... More