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The Toogood guide to essentials for The Modern House

With an ethos to find carefully curated and researched properties for their discerning clients, The Modern House have, unsurprisingly, decided to take a new look at the traditional welcome gifts for new owners – which is why they looked to Studio Toogood…

How dRMM's Hastings Pier design put community first

Speaking exclusively in the Nest Issue of Hole & Corner, Alex de Rijke explains what makes his RIBA Stirling Award-winning design for Hastings Pier so exciting. We also speak with Stewart Walton, the owner of Harbor, who was one of the locals involved in the project...

Joining digital and traditional

Furniture maker and designer Jan Hendzel talks about setting up his own studio, how to bring together the digital world and traditional craft as well as the importance of having fun...

Remaking spaces at King Alfred School

Contributing editor Andrée Cooke, a contemporary art and design specialist, talks about a very special project she realised with designer Michael Marriott in the King Alfred School – involving the students in designing and building their own space…

Isabel Lyster explores puppets and storytelling

Visual artist and puppetry specialist, Isabel Lyster, creates an array of magical characters out of wood, paper, and any other material she can get her hands on. She talks about living in a yurt, about the art of puppets and animation, and about her multiple inspirations...

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