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Issue 31

Buildings affect the mood and behavior of their inhabitants. Equally, the things we build—or wish to build—reflect our own state of mind; they are blueprints of the ways in which we hope to live. The latest issue of Kinfolk explores this close relationship between external surroundings and interior well-being and profiles the architects chipping away at the partition wall between the two.

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At Work With: Kyle Abraham

In a New York studio, the choreographer dances, rehearses and breaks down the meaning of his “postmodern gumbo” technique with Djassi DaCosta Johnson.

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Noura & Anne

Amid the turbo-development and futuristic cities of the Arabian Gulf, two architects have found a slower pace—and each other—in Bahrain.

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Lucid Dreams

In Malta, an exploration of the architecture of Richard England—the fun uncle of Mediterranean modernism.

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The Chain Reaction

Inspired by the overcomplicated machines of Rube Goldberg, follow the trail to watch a flower—finally—get watered.

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She wears a vintage coat by
Jean Paul Gaultier from James Veloria.

Sharon van Etten

Harriet Fitch Little speaks to Sharon Van Etten about new music, motherhood and going back to school.

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Ryuichi Sakamoto

The celebrated Japanese composer reveals the oddly shaped edges of his constantly questing mind.

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