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Matthew Hague

Felipe Pantone Is Bending the Art World to His Will

With an unyielding aesthetic and a few well-placed collaborations — most recently with Hennessy — the Spanish street artist is about to be bigger than Banksy.

Why Snøhetta, a Leading Architecture Firm Behind Toronto’s Sidewalk Labs, Deserves Much More Credit

What happens when architects set out to build wild concepts (an underwater restaurant, a crystalline library) that actually serve their community? Ask Snøhetta.

How a Fresh Generation of Montreal Architects Is Painting the Town Moody, Modern Black

Midnight city.

On The Record

Rivers Cuomo Still Doesn't Give a Hoot What You Think About Weezer's New Music

Cry me a River(s).

Design

Midcentury Design is Definitely Still a Thing

Everything you need to get on board with the biggest, most die-hard style trend since, well, the middle of last century.

Travel

The Man Behind The World's Most Exotic Hotels

Jean-Michel Gathy knows a thing or two about luxury. From The Setai in Miami to the St. Regis Lhasa in Tibet, he's the man behind some of the world's most exotic hotels—and might just be their most discerning guest.