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The Elements Of A Home

Have you ever been curious about the stories behind your everyday household objects and furnishings? From the importance of the clink of ice in a cocktail shaker to the devilish development of cutlery, Amy Azzarito’s book The Elements of a Home: Curious Histories behind Everyday Household Objects, from Pillows to Forks tells the tales of more than 60 ordinary furnishings and objects you have never thought twice about. Brimming with amusing anecdotes and absorbing trivia, this captivating collection is a treasure trove of curiosities.

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CHICKEN AND CHARCOAL

Japanese food lovers rejoice. Matt Abergel of Yardbird launches Chicken and Charcoal, his first cookbook that delves into the restaurant´s journey from humble beginnings to the culinary phenomenon it is today. The chef puts the spotlight on Yakitori, the time-honoured Japanese cooking technique in which chicken skewers are grilled over binchotan charcoal and enjoyed with an ice cold beer, sake or cocktail. The book reveals the magic behind the restauran...
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HOUSE APERTURE

This stunning retreat was designed by Bali-based architect Alexis Dornier. House Aperture is part of the "Uluwatu Surf Villas", a resort dedicated to surf and travel culture situated on the breathtaking western cliffside edge of Uluwatu, Bali. Completely skinned with vertical slatted reclaimed Javanese teak, the 2 bedroom tropical modern villa has ocean and jungle views and features an open air environment with floor to ceiling sliding walls that free the space on a...
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PATINA MALDIVES HOTEL

Designed by one of our favorite architecture studios - Studio MK27, the newly open Patina Maldives Hotel is truly breathtaking. The stunning hotel is also setting new standards for sustainability in the Maldives, and is one of the world’s most eco-friendly resorts. Built with locally sourced, biodegradable and reusable materials, each of their private villa sanctuaries is honed from nature’s materials and pure creativity to soothe your senses and soul. All land ...
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