Le Corbusier used to say that architecture should not only impress but also serve society and, as such, adapt to its needs. In a changing, demanding world, where the square metre is so expensive, many architects (especially the younger ones) are gearing their projects to innovative and ecological constructions with a common denominator: maximizing minimum spaces. Imagination and creativity are their pillars. …Continue reading "Minimal Houses"
To attract, to diversify, to singularise: three yearnings that fashion responds to. Nothing better than a garment made to measure for an appealing and different look. Their clothes are quintessential London with an edge: artisans that stitch with style and singularity.…Continue reading "The new tailors"
Social media have long evolved from being a mere showcase to becoming a powerful personal marketing and recruiting 2.0 tool. If you only use Facebook to upload your selfies, read on……Continue reading "Work on the net"
Do you know what hamam meshwi is? Have you ever woken up in Oslo to a fresh prawns breakfast? There are things we should all savour at least once in our lives. At Youareitblog we have elaborated our own Top 10 with the help of chef Diego Guerrero and food critic Mimi Sheraton, author of “1,000 Foods to Eat Before You Die”…Continue reading "Must-eat foods"
A standard bike might be enough for many but certainly not for those who see in the two wheels an extension of their tastes, lifestyle and character. Ad Hoc bikes are on trend; and manufacturing them is a passion for only a privileged few.…Continue reading "Neo Cycles"
Bad bread should die: say those who defend slow fermentation, sourdough and raw material of high quality. A whole army of ‘breadies’ willing to claim back true bread.…Continue reading "True Bread"