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Archive: Valentine Schlegel

Until a few years ago, Valentine Schlegel had little by way of legacy: Her sculpted interiors were too immobile to be displayed in museums, and yet too domestic to be appreciated as architecture. Writer Sarah Moroz charts the story of a single-minded woman whose contribution to French design is only now being appreciated.

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Issue Twenty-Nine
Issue Twenty-Nine

Print Special

From paper’s tactile pleasures to the potency of prose: celebrate the power of print with Kinfolk.

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Selected stories from Issue Twenty-Nine
Booker wears a jumpsuit by Topman.

Mr. Booker

What does it mean to bear witness? Benjamin Booker asked himself this question repeatedly—and found an answer in music.

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