Contributors / Chiara Rimella

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Making waves

Venice’s emergency services – from police on patrol to doctors on call – all rely on one thing: a very fast boat.

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Coming of age

New restaurants tend to reap the plaudits and column inches but those that have stood the test of time have valuable lessons to impart. Here we meet the restaurateurs behind fledgling ventures and venerated institutions…

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Let’s wrap this up

Creating food packaging that pops isn’t easy. We meet three studios helping businesses off the shelf.

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Turning heads

Once you’ve spotted one you can’t stop – there’s one on a Brooklyn warehouse roof, another in an alpine meadow. Sinister and mean, these plastic owls have become a global design success by doing one thing well: scaring the…

Global

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High value

At every opportunity the chairman of Christie’s UK makes a bid for relaxation at his country retreat.

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Under the radar

Far from the hurly burly of Milan or Paris, Odeeh has found the freedom to focus on what matters: quality and bold silhouettes.

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Keeping things light

A penchant for spray paint and people-watching inform graphic designer Mirko Borsche’s work, which has one goal above all else: to entertain.

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Write on time

As consumers look away from their screens, business has never been better for the pencil brands experiencing sharp growth.

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Perfect setting

Laying on a spread this Christmas? Luminaries from the worlds of design, hospitality and diplomacy reveal what makes a terrific table.

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Hero’s return

The Canadian diplomat who foiled a terror attack is back in the country of his forebears: Ireland.

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Breathe in, breathe out

Leaving a big city to enjoy a slower pace of life is often seen as displaying a lack of ambition. But with great transport links, business-friendly city halls and sky-high quality of life all round, these third-tier cities…

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Starting from scratch

Chiara Rimella reporting from Bucharest: In a city whose present has been shaped by its political past, people are taking matters into their own hands by embracing creative freedom and entrepreneurialism to inform the…

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Expo: we've got the scoop

Nothing says summer like a hedonistic dollop of ice cream or gelid gelato. Whether it’s an ice lolly dripping down your chin in Sydney or a dizzying line-up of flavours at a Neapolitan gelateria, it’s a temptation to be…

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Sitting pretty

Jasper Morrison has designed hundreds of products with a simple mission to make you feel good. In his favourite Berlin spot he explains why you can never have enough chairs.

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Sole traders

If you’ve ever skied, skated or hiked, perhaps your shoes were born in a small town just north of Venice. We head to Montebelluna to meet the designers and producers who always put their best foot forward.

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Inventory N°97

The leaves may be falling but this comely autumnal roster has risen to the occasion. Here we present a smart selection with which to kit out your cupboards, cabinets and countertops.

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