The nine-to-five grind and the daily schlep into our places of work is a routine we love to hate. But the truth is that we’re all secretly rather attached to our offices. And not necessarily for work-related reasons.
The world is dividing into two halves: those who will not abandon the nine-to-five routine, and those (think Asian nations) willing to make sure they are open for business at all hours. We may not like it – but will East…
Something for your weekend: Monocle’s global selection, including exhibitions to lose your Saturday in, new aural treasures, and a garage sale held to benefit one of the UK’s best provincial art spaces.
This weekend’s highlights include the DVD release of Lena Dunham’s indie flick Tiny Furniture, a retrospective of pop art from Tom Wesselman and the ever-entertaining Primavera Sound music festival in Barcelona.