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Banyan Tree Corniche Bay | Mauritius

This eco friendly resort located in Mauritius was designed by renowned architects Foster and Partners. The master plan is for a discreet and environmentally intelligent architecture that blends harmoniously with the lush and extensive landscape. The buildings are equipped with green technologies such as water collectors and solar panels. The striking wave-like, curving roofs are designed for optimum natural ventilation, and to collect rainwater for treatment and reuse.



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ARCTICA

Arctica: The Vanishing North, is a new book that pays tribute to one of the most beautiful places on Earth, and surely, the last true wilderness - the North Pole. The beautifully illustrated book is by internationally renowned photographer, author and activist Sebastian Copeland, whom is working to try and save this splendor before it vanishes for good. The comprehensive visual record is filled with over 200 rich photographs taken as he explored North Pole´s unforgi...
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JEEP | THE ADVENTURE NEVER STOPS

Jeep: The Adventure Never Stops, is a beautifully illustrated book with fascinating photographs that tell the stirring history of Jeep. The book was recently released on the occasion of the 70th birthday of the iconic brand, and features 156 pages that describe the story of today’s Chrysler subsidiary, starting at the beginning with the military vehicles, continuing onto the current line-up, and discusses the future concept cars. Available for purchase in Europe...
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GLASS BOTTOM POOL | HOLIDAY INN SHANGHAI

Surely inspired by Hotel Joule in Dallas, The Holiday Inn in Shanghai China have recently revealed their breathtaking cantilever swimming pool located high on the hotel´s 24th floor. Guests can enjoy a swimming "over the air" experience at the very "deep end" of the pool, with nothing but a glass bottom underneath! If you have a fear of heights, you will probably want to stay in the shallow end......
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