The starry rise of magnetic tape

Plundered from the Third Reich, tape enabled Elvis to record his first song - and the Beatles their best-loved album The starry rise of magnetic tape

All you need to know about John Pawson: Anatomy of Minimum

This powerful new monograph showcases the elements and architectural anatomy at the heart of Pawson's work All you need to know about John Pawson: Anatomy of Minimum

The real ingredients that go into a great Signature Dish

Mitchell Davis considers how nouvelle cuisine, chef ego and social media fed into a culinary phenomenon The real ingredients that go into a great Signature Dish

A tasty way to celebrate Mexican Independence Day

Today is Grito de Dolores. Here’s why it matters to Mexico, and what you can make, if you want to mark it A tasty way to celebrate Mexican Independence Day

The battle between anatomy, religion and magic

Why did it take us so long to learn about how our bodies work? Thomas Schalke explains how belief held us back
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All you need to know about Born to Party, Forced to Work

America’s host with the most, Bronson van Wyck, shares anecdotes, memories and tips on throwing parties that are as much fun to give as they are to go to All you need to know about Born to Party, Forced to Work

Pierluigi Serraino on the 'emotional intensity' of Ezra Stoller

The architect and author of our new Ezra Stoller book explains why the photographer's archive took his breath away Pierluigi Serraino on the 'emotional intensity' of Ezra Stoller

The making of Mid-Century Modernism

How did one style of architecture spread right across the globe? Through adaptation, argues Dominic Bradbury The making of Mid-Century Modernism

Kate Moss on Fabien Baron

'He senses the future, because he’s there before the rest of us,' Moss writes in her introduction to Baron's book Kate Moss on Fabien Baron

JR’s studio director on his life with the world's coolest artist

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