Every Monday we share things that inspire us in the studio, whether it be something to watch, read, listen to or places to visit...
In celebration of the GB Curling teams bringing home silver and gold medals from the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics, we thought we’d take a closer look at the craft behind the Olympic Curling stones.
This week we’ve been captivated by visual artist Doytcheva who is based in Chamonix, France.
This week we’re recommending The Restory, a leading innovator in luxury aftercare who have developed a wide range of techniques to repair and restore shoes, bags and clothing.
Our founder Freddie invested in a new pair of trainers from HYLO. Whilst he unboxed them in the studio, we were all impressed not only with the product itself, but everything down to the packaging and their brand messaging.
As many of you already know, we're fascinated with all things design. The 'Monocle On Design’ podcast explores fresh stories, new finds and designers once a week which helps feed our obsession.
LUX brings together 12 celebrated new media artists and collectives working with the latest audio-visual technologies to expand the boundaries of interactive and immersive art, blurring the lines between the physical and virtual worlds.
PI London’s mission is to bring antique pieces into the 21st century and to give them a ‘face lift’ for the modern consumer.
Made from fruit waste and algae, PEELSPHERE is 100% biodegradable and truly circular material born at the intersectionality of design, material science and sustainability.
We're serving some exciting topics for MONCmondays for 2022 and where better to start than the East London based food studio and restaurant, Plates.
Today is our last MONCmondays of 2021, so what better to close it out than reflecting over the team's favourite MONCmondays of the year.
Margent Farm is a hemp farm located in Cambridgeshire and acts as a protection zone and natural habitat for wildlife. They are committed to nurturing the topsoil, air and water by practicing organic and regenerative farming methods.
Ask any top chef around the world, what their knives mean to them and you'll learn a lot. Blade-smith Tim Westley creates some of the most fine detailed, razor sharp knives that you can find.