Green spaces are relaxing and energising - they have a positive impact on one's overall wellbeing. Here are a few spots in Phnom Penh with enough foliage going on to provide a little rejuvenation and escape from the dusty hustle and bustle of the city. They are also places you can grab a coffee, a bite and a cocktail!
Cambodian artist Thang Sothea's latest creations are currently on exhibition at the French Institute. For this collection of work Sothea has used natural materials to create forms that reflect nature and our inherent relationship to it; pricking an awareness of both our surroundings, and of ourselves.
The intrigue and aesthetic value of ordinary objects, places and daily Cambodian traditions are captured by Marianne Waller's eye for colour, texture and pattern, reminding us that there is wonder at every turn here in the Kingdom.
As The Tiger’s Eye prepared to close its glass front door for good, I reflected on the design elements that contributed to its unique convergence of food and space, and to many truly great meals at this establishment.
Architecture tours, home decor shopping, new interior design, and art installations with a side of freshly brewed coffee - there's lots on in Phnom Penh this weekend for anyone who loves design as much as we do!
Sherbert-coloured buildings, red-tiled rooftops and cobblestone streets that glisten in the sun. Dusty pinks, bright yellows, and intricately detailed hand-painted tiles... Lisbon, how do I love thee? Let me count the ways.