A tale of high-profile design projects in Barcelona and Santiago that created two new icons of Spanish architecture.
Read correspondent Connie McCabe's first Chile dispatch here.Monster earthquake notwithstanding, this is a big year for Chile, nothing less than her 200th birthday. But no...
Read correspondent Connie McCabe's first Chile dispatch here, and her second dispatch here. Just over one week ago the earthquake—and we all know what earthquake...
A handful of galleries, cafés, and smart boutiques have turned once-forgotten Bellas Artes, a leafy neighborhood east of downtown Santiago, into a haven of creativity.
Once merely a gateway to Chile, the South American capital is undergoing a stylish—and environmentally sound—transformation.
This geometric structure was built for a World Expo. Do you know where this is? Log in and leave your guesses below and be sure...
From a Caribbean rustic-chic retreat to New Zealand’s Minaret Station (accessible only by helicopter), these are the year’s best new hotels.
Sure, popular cities have their place. But if you like exploring, there's interesting stuff in the world's most underrated cities.
High-tech innovation—computer-controlled traffic, solar trash cans, a new Frank Gehry building—greets the faithful along Spain's Camino de Santiago.
We’ve come a long way from forsaken, highway-off-ramp locations and cookie-cutter design—these new airport hotels are downright stylish.