When you buy a book, we plant a tree

0

Your Cart is Empty

Journal

Beauty and Brutalism, The Life of Bertrand Goldberg

16/07/2021 architecture & interior

Beauty and Brutalism, The Life of Bertrand Goldberg

Bertrand Goldberg is one of the great architects of the mid-century era and the individual behind one of Chicago's most iconic landmarks. Paying homage to this pioneering designer on what would have been his birthday, we delve into the story of Marina City.
Read more
A Revived Residence by The Serene Corsican Sea

08/07/2021 architecture & interior

A Revived Residence by The Serene Corsican Sea

The sound of waves crashing, the smell of sun is everywhere on the wind, and the relaxing feeling of the coast oozes throughout—life really is better by the beach. Discover how architect Amelia Tavella gave a new lease of life to Casa Santa Teresa.
Read more

Food Sovereignty and What We Can Learn from Cuba

17/06/2021 architecture & interior

Food Sovereignty and What We Can Learn from Cuba

Cuba is a country like no other, with an agricultural backbone like no other. Tough trade and climate restrictions resulted in a urban growing revolution in Havana and beyond. We reflect on a piece from Urban Farmers.
Read more
A Sense of Distilled Harmony Transforms A Belgian Castle

04/06/2021 architecture & interior

A Sense of Distilled Harmony Transforms A Belgian Castle

Rising from the Belgian countryside is a 12th-century castle that has been resorted in a perfect balance of harmony for May and Axel Vervoordt. The renowned owner of art galleries, art, and antiques introduces us into his marvelous home for Living In.
Read more

The Story of Montréal’s Living, Breathing Biodôme

18/05/2021 architecture & interior

The Story of Montréal’s Living, Breathing Biodôme

A once symbolic structure of the Montréal 1976 Olympic Games, this brutalist dome that found a second lease of life as a science museum. After recently undergone a vast renovation, we speak to architecture studio KANVA about their breathtaking harmony between nature and design.
Read more
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.
Read more


1 2 3 21

Newsletter