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Salone del Mobile highlights

As regular visitors will know, the official Fiera Milano is like a city in itself… but it’s the myriad pop-ups, design quarters and unofficial events scattered throughout the town that often throw up the most unexpected delights. Ahead of a full review, here are some of our favourites from 2018 thus far…

The touch of scent - Lyn Harris and Russell Pinch in conversation

As the 2018 edition of Salone del Mobile starts in Milan, we look back on some of the most influential designers we've featured over the years. Furniture designer Russell Pinch first met perfume maker Lyn Harris more than 20 years ago when he was working for Sir Terence Conran. Now running his own design company (along with wife Oona), Pinch met up with Harris at her Marylebone store, Perfumer H, to discuss their shared interest in value, craft and why good design has to ‘touch the senses’…

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...

A rough guide to popular mechanics

The world of kinetic art is full of wonder: sculptural machines that forgo utility in favour of futility, uncertainty and fragility. Meet the people putting the ‘fun’ into function…

Listen Weekly 05: Textiles

The first Listen Weekly playlist of April is a 'coat of many colours', patching together some of our favourite records relating to textiles...

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