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Fogo Quilts

Saluting almost horizontally in the wind, the parade of hundreds of quilts on washing lines across Canada’s low-lying Fogo Island is a ridiculously cheerful sight.

Irish craft road trip

Hole & Corner goes on the road to discover some of the finest makers in Ireland to discover a refreshing approach where balance is paramount and craft is a narrative informing everything they do…

Take It On The Road

David Reynolds chooses the slowest of drives down the length of America. On smooth, grey tarmac, I drive slowly, pass a pair of deer to my left, and realise that I’ve never driven like this before: unhurried, giving myself as much time as I want to look and think.

Factory Corners – Isle of Harris

For clothing designer Ashley Watson, a work trip to Skye with his vintage motorbike afforded an unexpected bonus – a visit to Carloway Mill on the Isle of Lewis, home of one of the world’s most respected fabrics. It made me think, he says, how all too often I look for inspiration from far-flung places …

The Curators' Guide to Venice

With the Venice Biennale up and running once more (until 25 November 2019), we asked the people who know it best – the hoteliers, the art critics, the artists and most of all the curators – to open up their little black books for us…

The Insider's Guide to Fife

From a thriving and influential independent music scene to makers' communities and some of the best seafood in the UK – the area surrounding East Neuk has it all…

The Insider’s Guide to Suffolk

It may be often overlooked by those heading north (or south) on the rat runs of the M1 or A1 – but that only makes us love Suffolk more. Those with the wherewithal to turn off eastwards towards the coast might be forgiven for never wanting to leave this enchanting, windswept county – from heath to broad. If that applies to you, here’s a few places to delay yourselves further…

The hidden guide to the Faroe Islands

Steep cliffs, lush green fields and tiny clusters of colourful square houses emerge from drifting fog. Streams rush down rocky paths carved on hillsides as you hear the sounds of sheep emerging through the mists – welcome to one of the most secluded places on earth.

The Insider’s Guide to East Sussex

East Sussex is an archetypal Hole & Corner county – full of hidden secrets, pockets of creative innovation, spectacular views and amazing pubs. Here are a few of our favourite places away from the mainstream, as suggested by our network of contributors, makers and friends…

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