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Cristina Coral explores the relationship between body and building

07/11/2019 design & fashion visual culture

A Photographic Homage To The Female Body

The female figure is the best metaphor to represent the feelings, fragility, and contradictions that Cristina Coral often recognizes in herself. The Italian photographer has a soothing aesthetic that captures a sense of loneliness with atmospheric mystery, which is wholly epitomized in her 'Making Architecture' series.
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The Swedish Chef Bringing Color To New York

05/11/2019 food & beverages

The Swedish Chef Bringing Color To New York

To coincide with the American release of Story on a Plate, we put the spotlight on Emma Bengtsson, a chef that grew up in a quaint Scandinavian fishing village but has gone on to leave a prominent mark on New York's culinary scene.
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The art of Mediterranean Modernism through the guise of Andrew Trotter

01/11/2019 architecture & interior visual culture

The art of Mediterranean Modernism through the guise of Andrew Trotter

From starting a boutique store nearly a decade ago to founding Openhouse Magazine, Andrew Trotter reflects on his journey so far and discusses his first architectural commission Masseria Moroseta.
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Daniel Gebhart de Koekkoek’s DIY Lovestory

30/10/2019 visual culture

Daniel Gebhart de Koekkoek’s DIY Lovestory

Pillars, palms, and plastic animals are in unison with wedding outfits glamorized during the heyday of disco, driving home the message of DIY devotion. Daniel Gebhart de Koekkoek talks to us about his latest commission with HORNBACH and more.
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Reform On Defining Timeless Kitchen Design

29/10/2019 architecture & interior

Reform On Defining Timeless Kitchen Design

Michael Andersen and Jeppe Christensen started Reform kitchens in 2014 over a beer. Their vision was to challenge industry giants and make great design accessible to the masses. Having relocated to Berlin to focus on the German market, we talk to the founders about their journey thus far.
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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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