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Monday, 15th July 2024


More Than Meets The Eyes

The innovative process developed by Rolex to obtain the unique twocolour Cerachrom bezel inserts for the GMT-Master II consists in changing the colour of the ceramic on one half of the insert. The change of colour is achieved by impregnating half of the insert with an aqueous solution containing various chemical compounds. The solution is

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Orient Express unveils Presidential Suite at Design Miami

One month after its Parisian event, Orient Express Revelation: Once Upon a Time, There Was the Future Orient Express Train is heading to Miami from November 30 to December 4 for the 18th edition of the international Design Miami fair. Guests will discover the legendary train via an original immersive experience complete with virtual reality.

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Tallest Skyscraper in Europe

Situated at 360 metres above the city, Moscow’s Federation Tower literally changes your point of view. Sprawling 2180 square meters over three storeys, from the 95th to 97th floors, and priced at $35,000,000, this penthouse under a glass dome with private elevators will without doubt provide a fresh perspective. Winner of the Grand Prix International

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Th New Bocconi Campus

Many academic complexes have transformed, from isolated entities, into well-structured spaces related to each other, to the city and to the urban fabric. This is what happened to the Bocconi complex, situated next to the historical centre, that over time became a contemporary complex but still far away from being a real Anglo Saxon-inspired campus.

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All Under One Baroque Roof

The Brera Gallery was officially established in 1809, even though a first collection with educational purpose existed already from 1776 – and then expanded over the years – alongside the Accademia di Belle Arti. Mary Therese of Austria offered the students the opportunity to study art masterpieces close up. So unlike other important museums in

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