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Know Your Village

In our search for the city within the city, we take the tram to the Entertainment Centre and then walk to Port Adelaide. What we found reveals the gold already there, and the potential to do more.

Threads

Sorry, no fashion here. Instead we explore the stories behind what we wear. This month, we uncover the hand-stitched garments of a bygone era.

How we’d do it

We daydream of our ultimate eatery – where the fish is fresh, the power is solar, and the proprietor: jovial.

Cover essay: No time like the present

History often records the great blunders and terrible evils perpetrated by humans. Instead, Farrin Foster thought she’d look at the now-quiet junctures when people seized the moment and changed the world for the better.

Mmm food: Christmas lunch

People often feel guilty about overeating during the holidays, but Søren Kristensen says that overeating is okay – as long as it doesn’t come out of a packet.

Smart Cities: Welcome to the future

The ideal city is small, energy efficient, and highly interactive. Steffen Lehmann introduces us to the idea of what a sustainable city looks like.

Article No. bfcollect0001 Published by Collect Magazine Manufactured in Australia Available in English Tags · Weight 130 g

Know Your Village

In our search for the city within the city, we take the tram to the Entertainment Centre and then walk to Port Adelaide. What we found reveals the gold already there, and the potential to do more.

Threads

Sorry, no fashion here. Instead we explore the stories behind what we wear. This month, we uncover the hand-stitched garments of a bygone era.

How we’d do it

We daydream of our ultimate eatery – where the fish is fresh, the power is solar, and the proprietor: jovial.

Cover essay: No time like the present

History often records the great blunders and terrible evils perpetrated by humans. Instead, Farrin Foster thought she’d look at the now-quiet junctures when people seized the moment and changed the world for the better.

Mmm food: Christmas lunch

People often feel guilty about overeating during the holidays, but Søren Kristensen says that overeating is okay – as long as it doesn’t come out of a packet.

Smart Cities: Welcome to the future

The ideal city is small, energy efficient, and highly interactive. Steffen Lehmann introduces us to the idea of what a sustainable city looks like.

Article No. bfcollect0001 Published by Collect Magazine Manufactured in Australia Available in English Tags · Weight 130 g
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