Instagram in Review: 2022
Instagram in Review: 2022
Looking back on the year that was, one thing is clear: while there can be no room for complacency when it comes to creating a better future for all people and our planet, it is essential that we create space for joy in our daily life.
By highlighting stories of good people, good design, and good impact from around the world, our Instagram feed seeks to inspire and uplift all year round. Here’s a look at the posts that most engaged our community in 2022.
An 18th-century stepwell built by a queen in the city of Jodhpur, Rajasthan, Toorji Ka Jhalra is an architectural gem with a captivating story that compelled you to take part in the conversation.
“So gorgeous!”, “amazing”, “WOW”.
To say you were enthralled by the British sculptor’s work with sustainably sourced wood is an understatement, judging by the number of likes and comments this video has received.
“A cornucopia of goodness” is how you described this scene shot at Flamingo Estate in Los Angeles, California, which attracted thousands of views. In fact, you loved it so much you tagged your friends.
Located in a tiny town in Puglia, this picturesque retreat belonging to art historian and curator Peter Benson Miller and his partner Giovanni Panebianco totally stole our hearts (including the hearts of our Instagram community).
A self-taught photographer, Khánh Phan has made it her mission to capture the beauty of the land and its distinct cultures. This stunning image of a woman drying incense sticks clearly took your breath away.
The warm tones, the abundance of plants, the large windows, the fusion of traditional and contemporary — there is a lot to love about the Iturbide Studio, in Mexico City, and the outpouring of likes suggests you felt the same way.
This monumental art installation by British artist Steve Messam brought to light a lead-mining scar in the North Pennines landscape — an important story of human impact captured in a video so relaxing you could watch it on a loop all day
Goodee's co-founder Byron Peart and his pup Hugo welcome us into their thoughtfully curated home — and dare we say, Hugo comes very close to stealing the spotlight (because that’s what beagliers do).
“I love this and the natural feel of the flowers or branches you place in this piece. I am going to have to get one.” This comment pretty much sums up the feelings of everyone who engaged with this post.
Oaxaca’s Pug Seal boutique hotel draws you in with its wood-beamed ceilings, tasteful architectural, and captivating murals inspired by the indigenous Zapotec culture. We're guessing from your reactions that it’s now on your travel wishlist.