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Isay Weinfeld - An Architect from Brazil

21/10/2019 architecture & interior visual culture

Architecture is for Listeners

Bauhaus minimalism meets tasteful elegance. The Brazilian architect Isay Weinfeld designs houses and hotels in style. On Weinfeld's 67th birthday we look at Brazilian writer and journalist Raul Juste Lores essay from our book.
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How Lamborghini Went From Tractors To Supercars (Photo: Rémi Dargegen)

08/10/2019 Escape

How Lamborghini Went From Tractors To Sports Cars

Every legend has a humble beginning. Before the supercars, Lamborghini’s dramatic start began with this gorgeous grand tourer. The story behind an iconic Italian sports car by Blake Z. Rong of Beautiful Machines.
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Inside Alaska’s Last Wild Frontier Denali National Park

04/10/2019 Escape travel

Inside Alaska’s Last Wild Frontier Denali National Park

The sheer untamed scale of Denali National Park is why outdoor adventurers gravitate to the 'Crown Jewel of the North.' If you combined Yellowstone, Yosemite, and the Grand Canyon together, Denali would still be greater. German photographer Simon Prochaska talks us through shooting the cover of Wanderlust USA.
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The Modern Collector Mindset (Photo: Venus over Manhattan)

02/10/2019 design & fashion

The Modern Collector Mindset

Renowned New York publisher Larry Warsh talks to Highsnobiety for The New Luxury, our second book with the Berlin-based fashion and lifestyle platform. Known for his approach to collecting, Warsh includes pieces from Jean-Michel Basquiat, Ai Weiwei, and Keith Haring.
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Inside LRNCE's Moroccan Medina

17/09/2019 architecture & interior

Inside LRNCE's Moroccan Medina

Deep in the labyrinth of hidden passages inside the Medina of Marrakesh lies century-old leather crafters who have carved a global reputation for themselves through their expertise. This ancient artisan tradition is what lured Belgian designer Laurence Leenaert and her brand LRNCE to Morocco.
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Martha Ortiz On Empowerment Through Plating

09/09/2019 food & beverages visual culture

Martha Ortiz On Empowerment Through Plating

"Kitchens should be like orchestras where each instrument has its own time and rhythm," explains acclaimed Mexican chef Martha Ortiz. Following a feature in our book, Story on a Plate, Ortiz opens up about empowering feminism through plating and how Latin American cuisine is set to conquer global gastronomy.
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