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Design Anthology Issue 5 (UK Edition) is available now on loremnotipsum.com. Design Anthology UK is a triannual print magazine spotlighting the best of design, architecture, art, travel and style across Europe.

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Design Anthology Issue 5 (UK Edition) is available now on loremnotipsum.com. In issue 05 of Design Anthology UK, our first fashion shoot highlights seasonal looks and tactile tones within the beautiful Paradise Soho – a Sri Lankan restaurant in London with interiors inspired by tropical brutalism and the architecture of Geoffrey Bawa. Also in the issue is the “strictly no digital” artwork of Alarah Gee; four exquisite London homes; an art deco palace in Porto; a photo essay of César Manrique’s Lanzarote; personal care brands giving equal weight to design and sustainability; and an architectural survey of the modernist architecture of Royan; plus more.

Design Anthology UK is a triannual print magazine spotlighting the best of design, architecture, art, travel and style across Europe. As with Design Anthology, our sister publication in Asia, we combine the highest production values with thought-provoking content, setting a new standard for premium design and lifestyle titles in the UK. When we were shaping ideas for the inaugural issue, we asked two questions: What is our point of view? And, when there are countless other magazines covering design in Europe: Why now? The answer is fairly straightforward. We believe there is room for a new kind of considered, premium title that champions quality, beauty and innovative thinking. Each issue is put together by our network of writers, photographers, editors and stylists – all bound by a commitment to creativity and candor. Far from a glossy catalogue to be discarded, Design Anthology UK is a collectible volume made by people who are passionate about print.

Design Anthology Issue 5 (UK Edition) is available now on loremnotipsum.com. In issue 05 of Design Anthology UK, our first fashion shoot highlights seasonal looks and tactile tones within the beautiful Paradise Soho – a Sri Lankan restaurant in London with interiors inspired by tropical brutalism and the architecture of Geoffrey Bawa. Also in the issue is the “strictly no digital” artwork of Alarah Gee; four exquisite London homes; an art deco palace in Porto; a photo essay of César Manrique’s Lanzarote; personal care brands giving equal weight to design and sustainability; and an architectural survey of the modernist architecture of Royan; plus more.

Design Anthology UK is a triannual print magazine spotlighting the best of design, architecture, art, travel and style across Europe. As with Design Anthology, our sister publication in Asia, we combine the highest production values with thought-provoking content, setting a new standard for premium design and lifestyle titles in the UK. When we were shaping ideas for the inaugural issue, we asked two questions: What is our point of view? And, when there are countless other magazines covering design in Europe: Why now? The answer is fairly straightforward. We believe there is room for a new kind of considered, premium title that champions quality, beauty and innovative thinking. Each issue is put together by our network of writers, photographers, editors and stylists – all bound by a commitment to creativity and candor. Far from a glossy catalogue to be discarded, Design Anthology UK is a collectible volume made by people who are passionate about print.

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