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Gestalten × Borgmann1772 Limited Edition
Naomi Bijlefeld on the geometry of the OFORM jewelry collection and what it takes to make it as an independent designer.
On Creative Mapping and Editorial Design
An Interview with Early’s Designer Valerie Sietzy
An Interview with Patrick Grant
Clean lines, rich materials, careful craftsmanship — we present some of our favorite items for original men.
Sebastian Schrader steeps a disengaged generation in the drama of the Old Masters.
The basic principles of tea from Jens de Gruyter at Paper & Tea
Lukas Feireiss in Conversation with Larissa Fassler, Niklas Goldbach, and Jens Reinert
Time-Saving Templates for Graphic Design
From Dutch Design Week, Mae Engelgeer explains her tactile designs.
Rick and Michael Mast run a bean-to-bar chocolate factory in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.
Two simple recipes for fresh lunch options.
Who built the world's most notorious motorcycle?
Iris Hantverk helps visually impaired people into work, creating beautiful tactile brushes for a wide range of uses
Pictures from a forgotten city
A helpful style guide to point the way from classic beer cultures to fresh creations by the craft beer movement
With an exhibition opening over the weekend at the Brighton Biennial, Jan von Holleben reveals the fun and games behind his images.
Nine beautiful and surprising items to carry you into the cold season.
An exhibition by Gestalten & bobsairport
Frank Leder talks candidly about the stories behind his clothing collections and natural body care range.
Every couple of weeks, we’ll give you a glimpse of the Gestalten Pavilion's new menu, for you to try at home.
Two-day Workshop at National Library Building, Singapore
An interview with designer Elisa Strozyk about her unique creation: wooden textiles.
A New Font from Subtitle to Headliner
In our second excerpt from Barley & Hops: The Craft Beer Book, we meet an artist-turned-brewer from Berlin.
A particularly sharp interview with Tomer Botner, founder of Florentine Kitchen Knives.
To celebrate the launch of Barley & Hops: The Craft Beer Book, we're introducing some of the most interesting breweries from all over the world.
May the Craft Be With You
In an exclusive excerpt from The Monocle Guide to Good Business, we give you access to some of their expert advice on how to start and run a business.
Graphic Storytelling in Design and Illustration
Book Launch at Gestalten Pavilion