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An Architectural Crescendo at the Conservatorium Hotel

An Architectural Crescendo at the Conservatorium Hotel

Written by: Anne Foong

Italian architect, Piero Lissoni transformed former Sweelinck music academy into Amsterdam’s luxurious Conservatorium Hotel. The hotel integrates modern design into the classic façade. A floor-to-ceiling glass atrium allows natural light to fill the main level.

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Photo Credit : “Courtesy of Conservatorium.”

 

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Model Family

Model Family

Written by Summer Johnson

Photo credit: Armando Cabral

Professional model Krystle Wilson gives us insight on keeping up a sparkling career, world travel and starting a family, without missing a beat.

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Behind the Bitter - The History of Campari Galleria

Behind the Bitter - The History of Campari Galleria

Written by Summer Johnson

Photo credits: Orlando Chiari - Caffè Miani

Growing up outside of New York City, I would see Campari posters on the walls of Italian Restaurants everywhere, full of mystique and humor. I wondered what exactly Campari was all about. Visiting Milan, one of the most swankiest cities in the world, I got a chance to visit the first Campari caffe. Now that I have spent time here I can say that those posters and this restaurant captures the essence of the city as a whole.

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Seven by 30: Karissa Johnson

Seven by 30: Karissa Johnson

Written by Nicole Stanton

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Penguin Photo Credit : Karissa Johnson

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It’s not everyday that you meet someone that can boast that they have been to all seven continents by the time they were 30, but Karissa Johnson completed her trip to the South Pole last year. After having a stroke at 21 she recovered with the insight that the world is a ginormous playground and she wanted to see as much of it as possible while she can. She has traveled to over 20 countries, taught in China and been to places others only talk about visiting.

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