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Principles of Modern Travel: Roxanne Daner

Blogs, magazines, guidebooks. You may often refer to these sources for inspiration and advice, but the truth is, there’s no “correct” way to travel. From departure to arrival, there are countless things to see and do. To discover what you need most from these experiences, question your intentions and evaluate why you’re traveling in the […]

Local Time: Toronto

When you’re traveling, time isn’t always a luxury you can afford. You can add more time onto a business trip or extend a layover—but inevitably, there will be occasions when you find yourself in a new city and you only have a limited window to take it all in. But two minutes might be all […]

Principles of Modern Travel: Vicki Fulop

Blogs, magazines, guidebooks. You may often refer to these sources for inspiration and advice, but the truth is, there’s no “correct” way to travel. From departure to arrival, there are countless things to see and do. To discover what you need most from these experiences, question your intentions and evaluate why you’re traveling in the […]

Design Approach: A Look at the World’s Best Airports

We all have different motivations for traveling. For some, it presents an opportunity for growth and self-discovery; for others, it’s a chance to expand our horizons, to forge personal connections. Each of us also has our own methods of exploring a new city or destination. But there is one thing we all have in common. […]

Creative Workbook: Design

Your office, studio, or shower aren’t the only places creative genius strikes. In-transit moments between points A and B allow for a particular kind of reality suspension; a place where every flash of landscape out the window is tangible inspiration, where being “locked” into a seat for hours at a time leads us to a […]

Shared Perspective: How Bjarke Ingels is Reshaping Our Cities

What makes a city? Natural landscapes, political orientations, artistic efforts—all of these things influence how we define our urban environments. But it’s not that simple. We each have our own ideas about what makes a city livable or unlivable. There’s no single way to describe a metropolis because cities constantly shift and adapt to reflect […]

Playlist: The Layover

There are many things that enhance our memories of a city—and many that help us recall these moments once we have returned home. The smell of sand and sea may instantly transport you back to a beach in Portugal, the sound of honking horns and indistinct chatter may remind you of a busy New York […]

What Makes a Creative City?

It’s hard to imagine now, but Copenhagen hasn’t always had its network of cycle lanes. Less than 50 years ago, cars ruled the road just like in any other major city; huge urban lots were dedicated to parking spaces rather than green spaces and public transportation was minimal. The city has come a long way […]

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