La Piantata - Italy

A charming 18th-century Italian farm wedged between Rome and Tuscany, La Piantata is a paradise for lovers of nature, tranquility, and healthy eating. The property offers boutique style accommodation in various types of units, from tasteful rooms with nature-inspired themes and traditionally decorated apartments with private kitchenettes to spectacular treehouses built in centuries-old pines and oaks. Elevated 7-8 meters off the ground and overlooking endless, sunkissed fields of lavender and olive groves, both treehouses make for wonderful lodging experiences. One of them is a romantic 44 square meter wood cabin with rustic chic interiors, while the other, with its state-of-the-art technology features and exquisite décor by interior designer Claudia Pelizzari, is billing itself as the largest treehouse in Europe.



Waldorf Astoria Amsterdam - Netherlands

Nestled along the charming Herengracht Canal, in the heart of the city, Waldorf Astoria Amsterdam is where fine cuisine, personalized service and topnotch amenities meet in a refined, contemporary setting. Accommodation options vary from serene guestrooms and sophisticated lofts to lavishly appointed suites with separate living and sleeping areas. Each room is individually furnished in a gracious contemporary style with classic design influences and modern amenities. One of the hotel’s main attractions is the luxurious Guerlain Spa.



Modern Living: Green Living


Mamun Residence is a residential project completed by Shatotto Architecture For Green Living.

From the architect: Chittagong a southern city located in the tropical area of Bangladesh. the heavy south west wind flowing from the bay of Bengal and round the year scorchy sun are two major considerations for the design.

The use of layered parasols and gardens along with exposed concrete not only justify the climate, seismic situation and lateral load as context but also won over the structural system and elements of nature. Shatotto


4,000 Houses for 4,000 Followers: No 5:

Kedleston Hall, Derbyshire, England. 

Built by Thomas Paine, Robert Adam and Matthew Brettingham in 1759.