Cereal is a biannual, travel & style magazine based in the United Kingdom. Each issue focusses on a select number of destinations, alongside engaging interviews and stories on unique design, art, and fashion.

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  • Breaking with Convention
    Art

    Breaking with Convention

    Danish visual artists Frederik Nystrup-Larsen and Oliver Sundqvist discuss their collaborative process, the role of intuition in their work, and how one determines the value of art.

  • Thalassotherapy

    Thalassotherapy

    Exploring skincare, sustainability, and the natural bounty of the sea, with Dom Bridges of Haeckels.

  • Augustinian Order

    Augustinian Order

    Discussing the renovation of a former convent in Antwerp’s Green Quarter into August Hotel, with hotelier Mooche Van Hool and interior architect Vincent Van Duysen.

  • Resonant Space

    Resonant Space

    Visiting Lee Ufan’s Paris studio in the ninth arrondissement.

  • Summer Playlist 2019

    Summer Playlist 2019

    Our latest selection of songs to audibly accompany the summer season.

  • Sprezzatura

    Sprezzatura

    At Il Pellicano, by the Tyrrhenian Sea, hotelier Marie-Louise SciĆ² shares her passion for reviving history, and her creative vision for Pellicano Hotels.

  • Empathetic Design

    Empathetic Design

    Discussing human-focussed design with Singapore-based furniture and homewares creator Gabriel Tan.

  • Modern Archive

    Modern Archive

    Francis Gallery’s inaugural show at its new permanent location in the city of Bath, UK, in the ground floor of a restored Grade II listed Georgian townhouse. Featuring works by multidisciplinary artist Romy Northover, studio potter Yoon-Young Hur, and photographer Matthew Johnson.

  • Luxurious Ease

    Luxurious Ease

    We discuss interior design and sourcing antiques with designer Tamsin Johnson, in her Paddington showroom in Sydney, Australia.

  • Segal House

    Segal House

    Exploring the mid-century London residence of designer Faye Toogood, and Matt Gibberd of The Modern House, as the pair begin their process of moving home, and leaving the property behind.

  • Noble Brew

    Noble Brew

    A visit to Dojima, the United Kingdom’s first Japanese-owned sake brewery, founded by Yoshihide Hashimoto, and situated around the Fordham Abbey estate in Cambridgeshire.

  • Arching Palms

    Arching Palms

    A visit to Casa Pueblo in Tulum, in the Mexican state of Quintana Roo.

  • Travel in Sound

    Travel in Sound

    A train journey with Master & Dynamic through New York’s Lower Hudson Valley, from Rhinecliff to Grand Central Terminal.

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