The Movement Issue: Out Now

Hole & Corner's Movement Issue is now available to buy. We trek to Norway to meet bespoke ski maker Endre Hals with photographer Sølve Sundsbø, visit Switzerland to meet some of the world’s most renowned watchmakers and journey at 3mph along some of Britain’s canals and river ways. There's an interview with Tyler Hays of cult New York interior store BDDW and we write about how nautical chandlery Arthur Beale was rescued to become a fashionable phenomenon. Elsewhere we examine the current renaissance in furniture making, speaking to David Linley, Sean Sutcliffe and Gareth Neal to name a few. Plus, there’s all manner of movement from boats and roller coasters to bicycles and slow driving. Welcome to the Movement Issue: scream if you want to go faster…

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Port Eliot Festival 2016

This year was better than ever, with free workshops from Bill Amberg, Benchmark, Zoe Bradley, Otter Surfboards, Hugh Dunford Wood and more – not to mention the Peg & Mallet, our very own pop-up pub, Yallah Coffee and music from Prah Recordings and Amateurism DJs…

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Blackhorse Workshop

In the first of our three features on open access making spaces, we meet Harriet Warden, creative director of Blackhorse Workshop, who tells us about the importance of creating an inspiring and supportive environment to learn in – not to mention a nice café…

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Transforming Gravity

Dominic John on the inspiration behind Transforming Gravity, the film he made to document Cornwall-based sculptor John Worton’s seemingly impossible quest to build a perpetual motion ‘Gravity Wheel’, based on the 300-year-old theories of Dutch polymath Johann Bessler...

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My Hole & 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 our favourite people's favourite spaces…

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