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Wow: "‘āwili means “to mix or entwine” in Hawaiian, and it’s an incredibly apt name for this spa, which blends an Old World atmosphere with mesmerizing beach views and modern luxury in service. One of the most popular treatments is the Spa Omakase, which invites guests to customize their experience based on their skin type, scent preferences and treatment goals."

Andaz Maui by Rockwell Group at Wailea Resort Spa, Maui, Hawaii

Into the Light Hotel / A31

Gallery of Into the Light Hotel / A31 - 11

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23 Alnwick Road / Park Associates

23 Alnwick Road / Park+Associates

The Alnwick Road House. The architects of Park + Associates have designed the Alnwick Road House in Singapore. The house consists of a pair of semi-detache

Ballarat Regional Integrated Cancer Centre, VIC designed by Billard Leece Partnership and Tonya Hinde Interior Design

Image 9 of 12 from gallery of Ballarat Regional Integrated Cancer Centre / Billard Leece Partnership. Photograph by Shannon McGrath

Asian-inspired interior design ideas window

Asian-style interior design is a combination of different design styles from all across Asia. In most cases, Asian interior designs incorporate Japanese and Chinese styles, but you can incorporate …

The Line Hotel by Knibb Design - News - Frameweb

The Line Hotel by Knibb Design

The Line Hotel by Knibb Design - patterns and textures await guests at every turn both underfoot and overhead

Each feature integrates into the next. A stripe of white continues from under the cubby and across the front of the door. Then, a long and low wall-mounted sideboard wraps around the corner and becomes a windowsill. At the far wall, the sideboard no longer floats as it does along the entertainment console. Here, it sits flush with the structure beneath, perhaps providing the support necessary to serve as secondary seating with a great view.

These four interiors rely on bold wood details to breathe life into otherwise minimalistic spaces – and the effect is tremendous! Here, wood isn't just anothe

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