Cereal is a biannual, travel & style magazine based in the United Kingdom. Each issue focusses on a select number of destinations, alongside engaging interviews and stories on unique design, art, and fashion.

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  • Empathetic Design

    Empathetic Design

    Discussing human-focussed design with Singapore-based furniture and homewares creator Gabriel Tan.

  • Luxurious Ease

    Luxurious Ease

    We discuss interior design and sourcing antiques with designer Tamsin Johnson, in her Paddington showroom in Sydney, Australia.

  • Segal House

    Segal House

    Exploring the mid-century London residence of designer Faye Toogood, and Matt Gibberd of The Modern House, as the pair begin their process of moving home, and leaving the property behind.

  • Modern Living

    Modern Living

    Exploring Le Corbusier’s Paris apartment – occupying the top two floors of a block designed by himself – where he lived with his wife Yvonne from 1934 until his death in 1965.

  • Expanding Volumes

    Expanding Volumes

    A conversation with Gabriel Hendifar of Apparatus, to discuss the design of their new Los Angeles space.

  • In Conversation

    In Conversation

    French conceptual artist Daniel Buren discusses the act of collecting and creating with French interior architect Pierre Yovanovitch, for Cereal Volume 16.

  • Dá Licença

    Dá Licença

    A rural retreat in Portugal’s Alentejo region, among a collection of art and Jugendstil furniture — a Scandinavian variant of Art Nouveau — and Dornach design, a vernacular style based on the philosophies of Rudolph Steiner.

  • Karakami

    Karakami

    We speak with Ko Kado of Kamisoe, a traditional karakami printer based in the Nishijin district of Kyoto, Japan, who uses the centuries-old technique of woodblock printing onto washi paper to create postcards, screens, wallpaper and fusuma sliding door panels.

  • Casa Luis Barragán

    Casa Luis Barragán

    We visit the former home of Mexican architect Luis Barragán, who buillt it for himself in 1948, in the formerly working class neighbourhood of Tacubaya in Mexico City.

  • Japan House

    Japan House

    We explore the London outpost of Japan House, a cultural initiative of Japan’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs. It hosts a programme of profound encounters with Japanese culture, design and tradition, curated by its creative director Kenya Hara.

  • Assouline Library

    Assouline Library

    A visit to London’s Hotel Cafe Royal to explore its library, created in collaboration with luxury book publishers Maison Assouline.

  • In The Frame

    In The Frame

    A visit to the New York home of fashion designer Phillip Lim, for Cereal Volume 16.

  • Permanent Space

    Permanent Space

    For Cereal Volume 16, we explore Donald Judd’s architecture in Marfa, West Texas, with his daughter Rainer Judd, custodian of the Judd Foundation, which looks after 101 Spring Street in New York and 21 buildings in Marfa.

  • Promenade du Port

    Promenade du Port

    A conversation with Andrea Brugnoni, the founder of Promenade du Port, a destination of curated stores, galleries and artisanal food outlets set in the luxurious resort town of Porto Cervo, along the rugged Costa Smeralda of Sardinia.

  • Sculptural Ambience

    Sculptural Ambience

    We explore the chair designs of renowned Japanese product designer Naoto Fukasawa, who has created a furniture series for B&B Italia, titled Harbor.

  • Everyday Classic

    Everyday Classic

    We discuss kitchen design with Reform, who work with renowned and innovative designers to create kitchen fronts and countertops, which take IKEA units as the base skeleton.

  • Blue Mountain School

    Blue Mountain School

    We explore the interdisciplinary and collaborative space of Blue Mountain School in Shoreditch, London, with founders Christie Fels and James Brown.

  • Freespace

    Freespace

    We visit the Venice Architecture Biennale with Rolex, and speak with architect Sir David Adjaye, who has been selected for The Rolex Mentor and Protégé Arts Initiative, along with architectural protégé Mariam Kamara of Niger.

  • 10 Years of Snarkitecture

    10 Years of Snarkitecture

    We meet with Alex Mustonen of design firm Snarkitecture at an 18th century palazzo in Milan – the location of their Salone del Mobile show – to celebrate their 10 year anniversary.

  • Theatre of Tone

    Theatre of Tone

    We talk to interior designer Pernille Lind about her design for Hotel Sanders, on Tordenskjoldsgade in Copenhagen.

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