The Journey Issue

Introducing the Journey Issue of Hole & Corner, exploring those people whose work is shaped by landscape. From the fascinating art/architecture duo Studio Swine to Brunello Cucinelli, whose fashion label is rooted in the Italian countryside. We embark on an epic 32-page exploration of Indian craft with Kamalan Travel; go foraging in Wales with Jessica Seaton of Toast and scrambling in the hills by motorbike with Nick Ashley of Private White V.C. Elsewhere we follow in Tenzing Norgay’s footsteps, float over the Alps by balloon and hear about an incredible African adventure. Whether on boats, planes, trains or automobiles; underground, overground or rambling free: it’s always as much about the journey as the arrival.

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Zuza Mengham

We meet artist and designer Zuza Mengham at her studio to discuss the inspiration and process behind her sculptural forms that mimic and celebrate the natural world, from blocks of resin that mirror semi-precious stones to encasing different types of British lichens into Jesmonite...

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Fal Oysters

Chris Ranger is an oysterman on the Fal Estuary. He sails an old boat called Alf Smithers. Raised in nearby Portscatho, he bought the boat in 2008 after he lost his job in marketing and decided to teach himself the historical way of the oysterman, using a hand-dredging technique that dates back to the 1750s...

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Loewe Craft Prize

Tree of Life 2 by Ernst Gamperl was recently announced as the winner of the 2017 Loewe Craft Prize. Their creative director Jonathan Anderson shares how they found the right balance of finalists for the Loewe's inaugural Craft Prize…

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Joe Hogan

Joe Hogan is legendary among the community of makers in Ireland. In the 1970s he arrived with his wife, Delores, on the shore of Loch Fooey in Leenane in Connemara, a place as remote as it is magical, and set about teaching himself basket weaving...

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My Hole and Corner

The term 'hole-and-corner' derives from an old English phrase meaning a secret place or a life lived away from the mainstream: somewhere you go to contemplate, create and be inspired. From sheds to secret gardens here are some of people's favourite spaces…

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