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The Beauty of Now

10/05/2021 design & fashion

The Beauty of Now

The face of beauty is always changing, it can't be summed up in a formula. Sometimes change is slow, but the past decade has seen a transformation like never before. Writer Kari Molvar takes a modern look for The New Beauty.
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Planting Seeds, Growing A Community

05/05/2021 architecture & interior

Planting Seeds, Growing A Community

For over a century, community gardens have been a focal part of life in urban areas across much of the world. Their rise is attributed to food shortages during the wars, but today they are beacons that bring more food diversity to communities and bring like-minded together.
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The Boom In Blooming Buildings

04/05/2021 architecture & interior

The Boom In Blooming Buildings

Although vertical gardens and living walls have been in existence for millenniums, today they play a more pivotal role that ever in ensuring humans and nature can live together in harmony. As a movement, they are re-envisioning the role of architecture and how we live in urban spaces.
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Shooting Surfers, The Life of Sarah Lee

30/04/2021 Escape

Shooting Surfers, The Life of Sarah Lee

Submerged underneath a swirling wave just to capture the perfect shot of a surfer riding a wave, these are the moments that define Sarah Lee's photography. A champion of water documentation, writer Lauren L. Hill covers her story for She Surf.
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A Vertical Farm in Berlin Keeps Raising The Bar of Food Production

29/04/2021 food & beverages

A Vertical Farm in Berlin Keeps Raising The Bar of Food Production

Founded in Berlin in 2013, Infarm’s modular vertical farms—a distributed model that is easily scalable—can be found on the aisles of supermarkets across the world. Writer Mónica R. Goya delves into this pioneering concept for Urban Farmers.
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Urban Farmers: The New Crop of Growers

27/04/2021 Escape food & beverages

Urban Farmers: The New Crop of Growers

In just over a decade, urban farming has evolved from an underground part of society to a mainstream source of food and daily city life. To coincide with the release of Urban Farmers, Valery Rizzo and Mónica R Goya reflect on this growing movement and translating it into a book.
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