If you’re going to go to an exhibition about the spaces we inhabit every day, you might as well do it at The Design Museum. When we visited, its dramatic angular façade on Kensington High Street was illuminated against London’s dusk sky, the warmth and hubbub from inside peeking out from between other, disappointingly straighter, […]
It’s that time of year when the British public descends on the country’s coveted coastlines. Come rain or shine, we’re there with flip-flops on. Literally.
Whether it’s Bank Holiday weekend or not, the desire to escape the city is palpable. So, if you’re home-obsessed like we are, why not shun the chaos of the travelling masses and create your very own getaway from the comfort of your humble abode?
Tea may be the drink of choice in England, but not so in Vietnam. Everywhere we look we can’t help but notice people drinking coffee. Not grabbing a cup on the go like a frantic Londoner, but sitting, savouring every sip.
Running his hand along the brightly painted Hindi letters emblazoned on the back of a truck, the master painter, Ramesh Meena explains – “It says – If you look at me with your evil eye, your face should be blackened.”