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Cyclist-Extraordinaire Shares His Top Reads This Season

13/12/2022 architecture & interior design & fashion Escape food & beverages

Cyclist-Extraordinaire Shares His Top Reads This Season

Stefan Amato, British based cyclist and founder of Pannier.cc, shares his most loved gestalten reads ahead of the Holidays

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Favorite Holiday Picks From French Food Expert & Creative Director

12/12/2022 architecture & interior design & fashion Escape food & beverages

Favorite Holiday Picks From French Food Expert & Creative Director

Discover what creative director, food expert, stylist, photographer and creator of 'A Spoonful of Sun,' Pauline Chardin, is reading this holiday season.

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Books to Read This Green Friday

25/11/2022 architecture & interior design & fashion Escape food & beverages travel

Books to Read This Green Friday

From sustainable architectural practices, to seasonal cooking, explore our wide range of titles helping to shape a more green future.

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Light, Layers, and Their Influence on Mediterranean Architecture

25/10/2022 architecture & interior

Light, Layers, and Their Influence on Mediterranean Architecture

With their understated beauty and holistic design, Mediterranean homes are a perennial source of inspiration.

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Delivering Big Comforts in Small Spaces

18/10/2022 architecture & interior

Delivering Big Comforts in Small Spaces

As our largest cities grow more dense, residents across the globe are turning the keys to smaller homes, and with it, embracing the limitations of a reduced floor plan with endless creativity. 

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Shaping the Future of Our Built Environment

08/09/2022 architecture & interior

Shaping the Future of Our Built Environment

“Architecture is about giving form to the places where people live. It is no easier, and no more complicated, than that. There are three key words here: “form”, “place” and “life”. As soon as one reflects on these terms, one immediately comprehends that these things are not all that easy.” - Alejandro Aravena, Chilean architect and 2016 Pritzker Architecture Prize winner.

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