The Monocle Arts Review

Sunday Brunch 18: A gingerbread city

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10 December 2017

53 minutes


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We go to the city – a gingerbread one – as we explore the Museum of Architecture’s famous annual exhibition in London. Plus: Marc Hagan-Guirey teaches us how to perform kirigami – ‘Star Wars’ style; Bea Vo, founder of Stax Diner, talks about Christmas cooking; and Juliette Foster goes through the weekend papers.

10 December 2017

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A gingerbread city

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We speak to the Museum of Architecture’s founder and director Melissa Woolford and architect Inês Guerreiro about their Christmas masterpiece.

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Chapter 2

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Wassall & Lohe

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Australian-born Nicole Wassall and Swedish-born Herman Lohe are both about to have their works exhibited at the inaugural show of a contemporary gallery, Fiumano Clase. Nicole tells us about her exhibition, Wassall & Lohe.

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Paper review: Juliette Foster

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Juliette Foster joins us in the studio to go through a hefty stack of the weekend’s papers.

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Chapter 5

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Bea Vo

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Founder of Butterscotch, Famous Flames, Boondocks and Stax Diner, Bea Vo talks about how to rustle up the perfect Christmas feast.

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