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Book Club: Where Architects Sleep

More than 250 of the world’s most highly regarded architects have been called upon by author Sarah Miller to pay homage to exceptional accommodations. Tracking iconic destinations, both beloved and underrated, Where Architects Sleep dives deep into the buildings that frame these beacons of hospitality, from budget and family-friendly hotels to eco-conscious luxury resorts and wellbeing retreats. 

Book Club: Where Architects Sleep

Miller, who was the founding editor-in-chief of Condé Nast Traveller UK for 15 years, collates this wide-ranging compendium for the design-conscious traveller seeking the best places to stay in the world’s greatest deserts, countrysides, mountains, islands and urban hubs. 

Book Club: Where Architects Sleep

Over 1,200 places are listed for Where Architects Sleep, an incredibly thorough examination of what happens when exceptional design meets soulful hospitality. Each listing is illustrated with insightful reviews, key information and specially commissioned maps, exemplifying exactly what makes these places so special and unique.

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Walking into Bisma Eight Villas feels like a long, slow exhale of breath. A sense of calm is present throughout the property, and each of the 12 expansive villas has been mindfully crafted to offer a particularly relaxing and luxurious stay.
Softer Volumes presents a new video interview series exploring the stories behind some of Australia's best design destinations and brands. In this episode, we visit The Calile Hotel, which takes centre stage on Brisbane’s fashionable James St. We spoke to The Calile’s owner and general manager about the hotel’s inspiration and design—gaining insight into the type of experience they’ve created for guests when staying at what has quickly become an icon of Australian hospitality.

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