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Epic Expeditions and The Explorers That Made Them

25/01/2021 Little Gestalten

Epic Expeditions and The Explorers That Made Them

When documenting historical expeditions, certain stories are portrayed as the achievement of one lone wolf. German illustrator Anton Hallmann explains that particular tales were "glazed" over, his Little Gestalten debut tells the stories of the wider group of adventurers involved.
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Can The Ideal City Become A Reality?

22/01/2021 architecture & interior

Can The Ideal City Become A Reality?

Visions of the perfect city and civilizations have been laid out for millenniums but all have failed. We currently don't have the urban spaces that humanity needs, but our cities are adapting to modern cities. Along with SPACE10, we investigate how there is no single ideal city but instead a shared vision of one.
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A Supper Club Serving a Slice of Virtual Reality

19/01/2021 food & beverages

A Supper Club Serving a Slice of Virtual Reality

Not many chefs also consider themselves activists and writers, but Jenny Dorsey isn't like many others in her field. By using food as a medium to start meaningful conversations around sensitive topics, her revolutionary approach to food and technology is adding a whole new dimension to what consists of a dining experience.
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The Role of Art in Post-Pandemic Cities

14/01/2021 architecture & interior design & fashion

The Role of Art in Post-Pandemic Cities

For a few months of 2020, it felt like the world hit the pause and stopped to appreciate its surroundings. Artist Camille Walala used this time of reflection to ask a question about how we should see our cities and shared spaces after the pandemic by creating a project that reimagines Europe's biggest shopping street.
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Density Dilemma

11/01/2021 architecture & interior

Density Dilemma

Instead of being apprehensive about density, cities are adapting to demands—becoming smarter and more innovative. Alongside Chris Precht of Precht studio, we investigate vertical architecture and how cities are becoming smarter and more sustainable through compact infills in the slenderest of spaces available.
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John Pawson: How Inanimate Structures Come Alive

09/01/2021 architecture & interior

John Pawson: How Inanimate Structures Come Alive

British architect John Pawson discusses personality and authenticity, and why sometimes less is more. For Living In, his Cotswolds farm house is poetically showcased through the lens of Mariluz Vidal.
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