Stories about the people, discovered places, and beautiful nuances that make life so meaningful.
Denver is rising ever onward and upward. On the bluffs above the city, the Lower Highlands neighborhood has good restaurants, even better bars, and a history as long and storied as Denver's.
In 1860, Denver was little more than a campsite on the latest edge of the Western frontier. Then Victorian industrialists transformed the mining outpost into a modern metropolis.
The Lower Highlands is home to some of the best food and drink in Denver. LoHi local and Method Coffee Roasters co-founder Alex Rawal shares his favorite neighborhood spots.
Break out the Breton stripes and break in your topsiders. It doesn’t get more nautical than spending a few days in Nantucket.
Life House is a community. We create our houses in partnership with interesting personalities who contribute their unique perspectives, adding depth and subtlety to everything we do. Meet some of them right here.
Cuban-American photographer, Christina Marie Arza, curated a selection of her spirited works from the series "To Solitude" in the Living Room space at Life House, Little Havana. To ring in Miami’s Art Basel 2021, we talked with the local artist about her work that reflects the mindset of nostalgia, while celebrating her cultural roots and exploring her identity as a woman.
Ghia is a nonalcoholic aperitif made with botanical extracts, and has been a staple on all our House cocktail menus since 2020. We spoke to Ghia's founder about the roots of the mood-improving spirit, her devotion to sustainability, and the inspiration for the Ghia x Life House Guava Spritz recipe at our Little Havana House.
A childhood stint in Tokyo, mushroom prints, and French rap. Life House’s head of design reveals her varied and eclectic sources of inspiration.