• Etihad Airways' The Residence: Bathroom

    The private bathroom has all the usual amenities of a luxury suite, plus fine shower products, plush towels, robes, a full-height shower, a vanity with a magnifying makeup mirror and a hair dryer. We…   See the Image

  • Etihad Airways Exterior

    Published 07/14/14 in Places
    Etihad Airways Exterior

    Etihad's new Airbus A380s, outfitted with luxury accommodations like 'The Residence,' are so new they haven't yet been photographed. But here's a shot of one of Etihad's Boeing 787s, with…   See the Image

  • Turpentine House: British Virgin Islands: Pool

    If you joined us this year for the third annual Doory Awards – FrontDoor’s celebration of the world’s most incredible houses for sale – you probably remember the amazing villa that received…   Read the Blog

  • Art of Benjamin Sack: "Hieroglyph III"

    Artist Benjamin Sack uses pen and ink to draw wildly intricate cityscapes. Some are based on real cities, others are straight from his imagination.   See the Gallery

  • Art of Benjamin Sack: "Tokyo"

    Length of time to complete: One weekInspiration: Tokyo. "This was a commission piece for a gentleman in Switzerland."   See the Image

  • Art of Benjamin Sack: "Sydney, Australia"

    Length of time to complete: Two daysInspiration: Sydney. "Earlier this year I was the artist-in-residence onboard the ms Amsterdam, a cruise ship of Holland America Line. I was on the ship…   See the Image

  • Art of Benjamin Sack: "A Single Note"

    Size: 12' circumference, 4' diameterLength of time to complete: Two monthsInspiration: "Everywhere, every time"   See the Image

  • Art of Benjamin Sack: Detail of "River Janus"

    Length of time to complete: One weekInspiration: Imagination   See the Image

  • Art of Benjamin Sack: "Hieroglyph I"

    Artist Benjamin Sack draws pen-and-ink cityscapes. This piece, "Hieroglpyh I," was inspired by New York, Paris and Istanbul.   See the Image

  • Art of Benjamin Sack: "Bucephelus"

    Length of time to complete: Three daysInspiration: Imagination. "I had just finished reading Mary Renault's trilogy on Alexander the Great. Bucephelus was the name of Alexander's horse."   See the Image