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issue 23 front cover

Feature

Issue 23

The spring issue of Kinfolk examines the nuances of free time, its rituals and rhythms and its capacity to reinvigorate. Rather than advising how to fill 48 hours, the issue offers insight into why we should fill our weekends, and how doing so can lead to personal fulfillment.

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At Work With: Dimore Studio

In an industry distracted by just-so austerity and asceticism, Dimore Studio's Britt Moran and Emiliano Salci are waving a flag for indulgence.

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Elisa

Humble, hard-working and taking on Hollywood: Rising actor Elisa Lasowski talks to Pip Usher.

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Imitation as Art

Touching countless readers with theories on love, language and literature, Roland Barthes turned his attention to an unlikely material: plastic.

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Rosanna Orlandi

Rossana Orlandi has seven decades of Saturdays under her belt. In Milan, we spend one more in her company.

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The Hourglass

When we trace back the origins of the hourglass, we can’t find conclusive evidence of its existence before the 14th century.

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La Pitchoune

The lore of La Pitchoune, the fabled French summerhouse of Julia Child.

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La Chaise

While Charles and Ray Eames were not the first to design furniture using plastic, their work with the synthetic material is among the most celebrated.

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Margot Henderson

Kinfolk’s contributing editor Margot Henderson cooks for between 30 and 200 people every day at her London restaurant, Rochelle Canteen.

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Bright Idea

Three lamps putting brass back in the proverbial spotlight.

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