The bird that fooled Einstein

Our new book, Bird: Exploring the Winged World, includes the toy, nodding birdie that foxed the father of relativity The bird that fooled Einstein

African Artists and Empire

The colonial and postcolonial experience looms large in our groundbreaking new book African Artists From 1882 to Now African Artists and Empire

This Palm Springs pad is great to Bond over

Waiting for the much-delayed 007 film? Take a look at this house fit for a real-life Bond, as featured in our Atlas of Interior Design
This Palm Springs pad is great to Bond over

How the Icelandic economic crash helped give birth to Slippurinn

The 2008 financial crisis devastated Iceland, but it led chef Gísli Matt to look for inspiration close to home
How the Icelandic economic crash helped give birth to Slippurinn

The superfoods in the Latin American Cookbook

Highly nutritional grains are a staple food in this part of the world (though the associated dishes might not always please clean-eating diet coaches!) The superfoods in the Latin American Cookbook

How Septime swapped the sommelier for better wine

Two young French restaurateurs proved to Parisian gastronomes that natural wine is much better than unnatural pretentions How Septime swapped the sommelier for better wine

All you need to know about Jens Risom: A Seat at the Table

We’re proud to publish the first monograph on the life and work of this legendary Danish-American mid-century designer All you need to know about Jens Risom: A Seat at the Table

All you need to know about Unelaborated Products

Ferran Adrià’s elBullifoundation takes a deep dive into the uncooked and unprocessed ingredients that form the foundation of all cuisine All you need to know about Unelaborated Products

Find a new way to cool off, with Middle Eastern Sweets

Add fresh flavours to your ice pops and chilled desserts this summer using our new book of Middle Eastern delights Find a new way to cool off, with Middle Eastern Sweets

How Septime tore apart the restaurant hierarchy of Paris

Our new book describes how two young Parisians challenged the values of haute cuisine and created a whole new way of eating out How Septime tore apart the restaurant hierarchy of Paris

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