Here we are again, serving up a delicious platter interior and architectural inspiration for your design-loving eyes to gobble up. In our tenth delivery we step foot in the best of the best, with a trip to sunny Majorca, followed by a visit to the coastal county of Dorset, and ending with a quick squiz in Amsterdam. So pack your bags and prepare for the design trip of a lifetime.

Camp Roig 34

by Durietz Design & Development

Photography by Piet Albert Goethals

This totally unique – and unbelievably beautiful – townhouse sits in the heart of Alaró, at the foothills of the Tramuntana mountains. This humble townhouse has all the basics – read luxuries -including 5-7 bedrooms, 5 baths, a wine cellar, and swimming pool. Vintage stone fireplaces and antique wood carvings feature throughout, a respectful nod to the home’s heritage.

Stanbridge Mill Library

by Crawshaw Architects

Photography by Ingrid Rasmussen

What was once a cowshed is now a detail-rich home library and work space, thanks to the visionary talent of Crawshaw Architects. Filled with solid oak planks and steel framed windows, it feels like a bit of an escape – perfect for time spent during w.f.h mode in 20-21 – and is home to an expansive private collection of very rare architecture books. Yep, we’re drooling.

Amsterdam East Residence

by Studio 34 South

Photography by Maarten Willemstein

Think vintage furniture finds. Think luxurious finishes and materials. Mix these two ingredients together and you’re presented with the Amsterdam East Residence. This renovated 1905 home has a sense of grandness and makes a bold statement through its highly specific curation of objects and considered palette. Highlights include pendants by Florian Schulz, a 1960’s Paolo Venini Murano glass chandelier, and Peter Hvidt & Orla Molgaard-Nielsen Boomerang Chairs from 1959.