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Art & Design, Travel16 October 2019
In Berlin, a Creative Paradise That’s Easiest to Reach by Boat

Along the Spree River, artists are reviving sprawling industrial buildings in which to let their imaginations run wild.

Art & Design16 October 2019
Person to Know: An Artist Who Pushes the Borders of His Studio Into the Streets

Robin Rhode uses city walls as his canvas, challenging the idea of creation as a solitary, private act.

Art & Design10 October 2019
Is Singapore’s Corporate Culture Heading Towards the Blurring of Lines Between Work and Life?

Amid the burnout of Singaporean workers, the fast-expanding co-working movement is transforming the workplace. 

Travel8 October 2019
Wanderlust: A House in the Woods of a Japanese Mountain Town

Nestled amidst the lush greenery of the mountain town Karuizawa, the Shishi-iwa House redefines hospitality with novel architecture matched with an equally revolutionary ethos.

Art & Design7 October 2019
Jell-O as the Resistance Art of Queer and Female Creatives

After decades of being associated with retrograde ideas of American femininity, Jell-O becomes its own artistic medium.

Travel, Gourmet4 October 2019
In South Australia, Wine-Making in a Giant Rubik’s Cube

At McLaren Vale — the birthplace of the South Australian wine industry — stands the d’Arenberg Cube where wine-making departs from an inherent seriousness and slips into one man’s world of whimsy.

Gourmet, Art & Design2 October 2019
T Suggests: An Evolving Black-and-White Dinner, Beer Made of Leftovers and Watches as Art Pieces

A cultural compendium of things T editors are excited about in a given month.

Gourmet2 October 2019
The Japanese and French, on One Plate

At the newly opened Somm restaurant in Hong Kong, Japanese ingredients and French techniques share the plate.

Entertainment & Culture / 1 October 2019

Given the State of the World, Is It Irresponsible to Have Kids?

“Walking through life with curiosity and a sense of investment and joy in no way requires having a child,” writes one of our new advice columnists.

Gourmet24 September 2019
Inside the Second Coming of Hong Kong’s Amber

The timeworn codes of fine dining are rewritten by Dutch-born chef Richard Ekkebus at the Landmark Mandarin Oriental’s revamped restaurant Amber.

Art & Design20 September 2019
Person to Know: An Artist Who Is Unsettling the Centuries-Old Traditions of Still Life

With her evocative images of printed matter, Leslie Hewitt is breaking down the boundaries between sculpture and photography, past and present.

Entertainment & Culture18 September 2019
The After Party of Epic Proportions at The Podium Lounge

Party it up with the best of the best in racing and entertainment this Formula 1 weekend.

Art & Design18 September 2019
Brand to Know: The Studio Delivering Exotic, Colour-Coded Flowers

The florists behind the new service Buunch offer a vibrant, user-friendly alternative to conventional ready-made bouquets.

Entertainment & Culture13 September 2019
The Road Ahead for Women in the Film Industry

Female starlets may full well be coined Hollywood’s leading ladies but the reality of the film industry has left women lagging behind. Change, however, has been a long time coming.

Art & Design / 5 September 2019

The Divine Resurrection of Stained Glass

Once the language of devotion and prayer, the medium finds a new place in the modern world.

Art & Design12 September 2019
Lynda Benglis Redefined Sculpture in the ’60s. Now, She’s at Her Most Prolific

The pioneering artist, who came to attention with her poured-latex floor works, is still pushing the limits of her medium.

Art & Design11 September 2019
Person to Know: An Artist Whose Intricate Weavings Explore the Meaning of Home

Diedrick Brackens’s vibrant textiles tell stories about being black and queer in the South.

Entertainment & Culture6 September 2019
The New Guard of Nigerian Musicians

Five performers to know — including Odunsi (The Engine) and Teni the Entertainer — who are making their mark in a crowded field.

Gourmet1 September 2019
Person to Know: The Parisian Chef Reimagining Classic French Cuisine

Sota Atsumi was part of a wave of rebellious French chefs. Now, he’s stepping out on his own, with a surprisingly traditional new project.

Art & Design, Gourmet, Entertainment & Culture30 August 2019
T Suggests: A Swanky Sushi Bar, an Investigation on the Colour Pink and a Documentary on American Fashion’s Godfather

A cultural compendium of things T editors are excited about in a given month.

Entertainment & Culture / 22 July 2019

In the Post-#MeToo Era, Can Porn Lead the Charge for Feminism?

Pornography has a new look: It’s cinematic, diverse and directed by visionary women.

Art & Design29 August 2019
Person to Know: A Ceramic Artist Who Captures the Beauty of Decay

Alana Wilson’s delicate vessels belie the violent chemical processes she uses to make them.

T Home28 August 2019
The In-Home Bubble Studio of a Furniture Designer

Architect and furniture designer Victoriya Yakusha strikes the equilibrium of work and life in an imagined workspace.

Art & Design27 August 2019
The Wonderful World of Needle-Felted Animals

Whether tigers or tortoises, field mice or feathered peacocks, artisanal creatures are a celebration of life itself.

Entertainment & Culture, Trending26 August 2019
We Hear It, We Know It, We Don’t Know What to Do With It — It's Sustainable Fashion

We’re aware that fast fashion's detrimental effects, but a majority of us may still remain unclear about how to help deter it, and what we can do in our own capacity.

Art & Design23 August 2019
Person to Know: A Designer Who Makes Impossibly Lifelike Flowers From Everyday Materials

In his studio in Harlem, Sourabh Gupta crafts delicate daisies, roses and lady’s slippers from paper, sponge and even bread.

Art & Design22 August 2019
In Real Life: Olafur Eliasson’s Captivating Experiential Artworks

Spanning 26 years of Olafur Eliasson’s artistic career, Eliasson’s retrospective at Tate Modern presents his deft hand at disrupting ordinary spaces with artworks that prompt a new perspective of our world.

Art & Design, Travel22 August 2019
Wanderlust: The Abandoned Corporate Utopia of Northern Italy

Ivrea, an Italian town run in its heyday by the typewriter manufacturer Olivetti, was once a model for workers’ rights and progressive design. Now, it is both a cautionary tale and evidence of a grand experiment in making labour humane.

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