The New Tulsa: This Revamped Art Deco Hotel Is Emblematic of a City Revived

On April 18, the doors opened to the Tulsa Club–an 11-story, 96-room hotel in a historic Art Deco building–and drew a line directly from the old Tulsa, Okla. it was originally built for and the new Tulsa that it will serve. The building first went up in 1927, all Italian stonework and flashy design, a […]

The Minimalist Design Wave Taking Over Classical Rome

While Milan might be known as Italy’s fashion and design capital, throughout the last decade, Rome has started punching well above its weight, embracing a unique marriage of old and new. The open-air museum that is the Italian capital is synonymous with chaos, winding cobblestone streets, and reminders of history at every turn. The Eternal […]

Reflective Nostalgia: Neri&Hu’s Lyndon Neri On Learning from the Past

Too often we look to the future without thinking about the past, argues Lyndon Neri. The architect and designer appeared at the Fortune and Wallpaper* Brainstorm Design conference in Singapore last Thursday. A founding partner (alongside Rossana Hu) of Shanghai-based Neri&Hu Design and Research Office, Neri joined the event to explain “reflective nostalgia,” a concept […]