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Supertacular meets HotelHaiku

Written and curated by Garri Rayner, Hotel Haiku is a collection of the world’s most interesting hotels and notels where the only description for each one is expressed in haiku. This is the place to visit if you want to find some of the most interesting, idyllic, out of the ordinary accomodation ideas for your holidays.

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YZERFONTEIN

Yzerfontein in Pearl Bay, South Africa is a sculptured building with clean horizontal lines, large areas of glass and screens creating a space that is ‘open as well as private’. Pearl Bay, is one of the few remaining sea-front stretches on the West Coast and the Yzerfontein located close to a never-ending line of dunes.

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Wapping Project

What happens when an Hydraulic Power Station turns into a restaurant and art center? The Wapping Project represents one of London’s most interesting and stylish places, an hybrid of culinary and art next to power station’s original machinery.

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Phantom Opera restaurant

French architect Odile Decq of Odile Decq Benoit Cornette Architects (ODBC) was assigned to design the Phantom restaurant in the Opera Garnier in Paris, France. An amazing project that turned out to be Paris’ new hot spot, a fancy restaurant that meets the highest standards and expectations since we are talking about one of the most emblematic buildings in the world.

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Sarah Illenberger

The visual language of Sarah Illenberger creates vivid, often humorous images that make stories come to life. Meticulously created at the intersection of photography, art and graphic design with analog handicraft and using everyday items, her richy detailed work opens up new perspectives on the seemingly familiar.

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Dar Doodad

Supertacular invites you to discover this organic modern living space situated in Essaouira, Morocco which has been built around ancient sandstone columns of 200 years old. A mix and match of moroccan art with vintage 60s furniture offers a comfortable and inviting feeling to the visitor while the terrace gives the opportunity to make the most of the city’s panoramic views.

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