Interview: Jon Rotheram & Tom Harris, The Marksman

Chef-owners Tom Harris and Jon Rotheram reopened the Marksman in 2015 after sympathetically refurbishing the historical site, integrating an upstairs dining room designed by London-based Italian designer Martino Gamper. The lower floor of the pub feels like it hasn’t changed in decades, packed with locals and lively revellers, while the upstairs dining space is decidedly…

Interview: At Home With Artist & Designer Oscar Piccolo

Sicilian-born Oscar Piccolo is part of a new wave of young artists tangentially questioning the relationship between object and space, through the exploration of a variety of mediums. Influenced by a migratory childhood, Piccolo’s work offers a distinctive perspective on the possibilities of interiors. Through furniture design, ceramics, illustrated short stories and architectural compositions, his…

Interview: Gallerist Hannah Barry On Wasp, Bold Tendencies & More

At the forefront of London’s young gallery scene, since founding her eponymous art space in 2008, Hannah Barry has been instrumental in drawing the locus of contemporary art in the capital south towards Peckham. Establishing the Bold Tendencies exhibition, which has attracted close to a million visitors since its inception, Barry curates a dynamic annual…

Interview: Matt Emmerson & Ben Marks, Perilla

The duo behind Perilla, Ben Marks and Matt Emmerson, joined forces back in 2015 to create a series of popups, and as success quickly followed, they opened an intimate and permanent site on the borders of Newington Green. Using humble ingredients of the highest quality, the cooking focuses on a modern interpretation of classical European…

Interview: In The Studio With John Booth

British illustrator and multidisciplinary artist John Booth works across a breadth of media, including painting, printmaking, ceramics and woodwork. Having recently collaborated with Roman fashion house Fendi, producing artwork featured throughout the label’s past two menswear seasons, Booth studied at London’s Central Saint Martins, where he later went onto lecture for a time. His emotive…

Interview: Angela Dimayuga, Food Creative

Back in 2012, Filipino-American chef and food industry creative, Angela Dimayuga was called upon by Danny Bowien to help open the first New York iteration of the then solely-San Francisco-based restaurant, Mission Chinese Food. Dimayuga went on to help open the brand’s subsequent three restaurants, designing menus, conceiving interiors, and arranging collaborations. Having recently left…

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