Diébédo Francis Kéré’s Serpentine Pavilion 2017

Diébédo Francis Kéré, who leads the Berlin-based practice Kéré Architecture, is the seventeenth architect to accept the Serpentine Galleries’ invitation to design a temporary Pavilion in its Kensington Gardens site, running from 23 June to 8 October 2017. Since its launch in 2000, this annual commission has become one of the most anticipated events in…

New Food Offerings To Try This March

As ever, London plays host to a whole range of innovative culinary activities this March, including new restaurant openings, supper clubs, pop-ups and more. Something Curated has compiled a concise list of the most promising food offerings available this month, taking a closer look at the proprietors and chefs responsible for them.   KinoVino Poland…

Skye Gyngell Launches TABLE At Spring

Spring founder Skye Gyngell has announced she will launch TABLE, a community eating project in collaboration with Photo London at Somerset House, from 17th -21st May. The temporary installation will showcase the new ‘Scratch Menu’, a three course offering designed to combat food waste. The menu is also currently available daily at Spring from 5.30–6.45pm. The name,…

Simone Rocha Launches New York Outpost

Born in Ireland, Simone Rocha graduated with a BA in Fashion from The National College of Art and Design in Dublin in 2008, continuing to graduate from the acclaimed Fashion MA at Central Saint Martins College. Rocha debuted at London Fashion Week in September 2010, showing with Fashion East. Her collections have gained her some…

Gymkhana Plays Host To Noble Rot’s Dan Keeling & Mark Andrew

The Sethi’s Michelin-starred Indian restaurant Gymkhana has announced a month-long collaboration with esteemed wine and food magazine, restaurant and bar Noble Rot, kicking off with a wine dinner on Monday 27th February, hosted by Sunaina Sethi and Noble Rot co-founders Dan Keeling and Mark Andrew. Noble Rot’s restaurant and wine bar opened on Bloomsbury’s Lamb’s…

CUT Festival: Exploring The Art Of Barbering

Running from 24th February to 5th March 2017, under the directorship of artist Jamie Lewis Hadley, east London sees the inaugural edition of the multidisciplinary art festival CUT, taking place across local barbershops as well as independent arts spaces in the city, including Toynbee Studios and the Archive Gallery. Since completing a BA and MRes in…

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