Introducing PRIOR x Cabana Caravan
Caravan is a series of trips that brings travelers into some of the great private homes, palazzi and sacred spaces within the Cabana family, combined with the food, craft and cultural connections of PRIOR. The partnership will begin in Italy and then journey beyond, bringing to life a new way of seeing the world.
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A Weekend in St Moritz
As the art and design world descends on St Moritz for the annual NOMAD fair - where Cabana is preparing to unveil an installation - our insiders reveal their favorite places to stay, shop, eat and soak up culture in the glamorous Swiss resort.
Inspired by: Manfredi della Gherardesca
With his innate sophistication, extravagant dandyism and glorious sense of humor, Manfredi della Gherardesca was, "the most dazzling peacock among us". As Dreweatts prepares to launch a major auction of the late designer's collection, Manfredi's close friend, Alex di Carcaci, remembers a "wholly original" friend and a true inspiration.
The Interview: Stephen Sills
Acclaimed decorator Stephen Sills sits down with Cabana to share highlights from an illustrious life in design. Read on to discover Stephen's dream (and nightmare) interiors, favorite dinner guests, guiltiest pleasures and greatest challenges.
A Culture of Creativity: An artist's curated atelier in Minneapolis
Taylor Hall O'Brien visits a 3000 square-foot warehouse bursting with creativity and atmosphere, filled with thousands of books and endless collections of objects: the Minneapolis studio of writer and artist, David Coggins Senior.
The Unique History of Bavarian Glass
Sara Pierdonà explores the origins and prestige of Bavarian glass, charting its development throughout Europe from the 15th century onwards, and discovering key characters in its story ~ from an antagonistic crown prince to master craftsmen.
Places & Spaces: Germany's Fairytale Fachwerk Houses
Stepping into one of Germany's old fachwerk buildings is like travelling through time. These structures, which have not changed for hundreds of years, stimulate all your senses, from the creaking of floorboards underfoot, to the smell of the timber, finds Marta Heine-Geldern as she journey's through architectural history.
A Weekend in Rome
A beautiful tableau of visible history where nearly 3000 years of culture and commerce overlap on the streets, in Rome, every day is a story waiting to happen, writes Erica Firpo. The Italian-American writer, who has called the city home for the last two decades, shares her insider tips with Cabana.
Painting Plates: Inside Zsuzsanna Nyul's beautiful studio in Hungary
One of the very first artisans to collaborate with Casa Cabana, Zsuzsanna Nyul shares images from her beautiful workshop in Hungary's Lake Balaton, and reflects on the evolution of her practice and the joy of collaboration.
A Weekend in Antwerp
A compact cultural hub that's home to masters of design, including Axel Vervoordt and Dries van Noten, Antwerp's charms are endless. Athena de Belder and Emma Becque share insider's tips for a memorable weekend in a Belgian gem.
Finders Keepers: Rare and antique Quilts with Christopher Wilson-Tate
A world expert in antique and rare quilts, Christopher Wilson-Tate shares with Ros Byam-Shaw his greatest find and the piece he'll keep forever: a museum quality appliqué and an English patchwork that sparked a thousand quilts.
A House of Surprises: An Antique Dealer's Modernist Home
In a quiet wooded grove in Minnesota, Belgian-born antique dealer, Claire Steyaert, has filled her Bauhaus-inspired Modernist home with a lifetime's worth of art and antiques. Taylor Hall O'Brien meets Claire for champagne, croissants and a conversation about the joy of collecting.