10 Must-See Design Destinations Around The World

July 12, 2013 by  
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If you’re daydreaming about your next vacation, and looking for something a little off the beaten path, why not consider embarking on a global design tour? The world is full of inspiring destinations for travelers looking for a recharge, and you only need to do a bit of googling to plan a unique design vacation. Come along with Inhabitat for a brief tour of our favorite design destinations around the globe – from scuba diving to an amazing underwater art installation in Mexico to jetsetting to an ultra-modern designer hotel that towers over NYC’s iconic High Line park and meandering through the world’s largest wooden structure , which recently rose in Seville. Read on for 10 of our favorite, must-see design destinations! Read the rest of 10 Must-See Design Destinations Around The World Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: 10 Must See Design Destinations , 1967 world expo , 3rw works , Antoni Gaudi , Barcelona , Code Architecture , eco design , Edward James , fjords , Fondo Xilitla , Gluckman Mayber Architects , green design , habitat 67 , high line , Holmebakk Architechts , jurgen Mayer h architects , juvet hotel , KAWS , manthey kula , Marco Brambilla , Meatpacking District , Metropol Parasol , mexico , Milwaykee Art Museum , modular housing , Moshe Safdie , norway , Old Montreal , Parc Guell , Quadracci Pavilion , Rainforest estate , santiago calatrava , self-irrigating park , seville , Spain , Standard Hotel , Surrealism , Surrealist Estate , sustainable design , Todd Saunders , Viaduct , world’s largest wooden structure , Xilitla        

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Plux.5?s Sculptural Pop-Up Pavilion Provides Vibrant Views of Old Montreal

October 19, 2012 by  
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Montreal’s Cluny ArtBar is a Hot Spot Furnished with Salvaged Materials

January 27, 2012 by  
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