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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  • Iconic Forms

    Iconic Forms

    A study of some of the most iconic pieces from Cartier’s oeuvre: featuring four watches and three jewellery designs from its 174-year history.

  • Stone House

    Stone House

    Stone House is a synthesis of competing trends in late modernist thought and design, which Isamu Noguchi dubbed a “modern temple”.

  • The Muse

    The Muse

    Mariah Nielson of Permanent Collection and sculptor Simone Bodmer-Turner discuss their collaboration on the Muse Earrings – a reproduction of a pair Nielson’s father, JB Blunk, gave her mother in the 1970s.

  • Korea Furniture Museum

    Korea Furniture Museum

    The Korea Furniture Museum: a collection of furniture — or in some cases entire buildings — gathered from across Korea and reassembled onsite into 10 hanok structures.

  • Logically, Frankly

    Logically, Frankly

    The eponymous architect behind rue Mallet-Stevens carved out his own style of modernism. Hôtel Martel is the most faithfully preserved of the six villas on the historic street.

  • Revealing Space

    Revealing Space

    In a 19th century building at the end of Stockholm’s Birger Jarlsgatan, unobstructed raw plaster walls are the focus of All Blues’ flagship store.

  • Native Wood

    Native Wood

    In the heart of the Tyrolean Alps with Studio van der Zee, who create hand-made, solid wood furniture from native wood.

  • Georg Olden

    Georg Olden

    A prolific graphic designer and advertising executive, Georg Olden designed the first statuette for the 1962 Clio Awards, now one of the most prestigious honours in the creative industry.

  • Spirituality in Design

    Spirituality in Design

    A Conversation with Christophe Delcourt

  • Rōzu

    Rōzu

    Inspired by Charlotte Perriand, Aēsop has created a fragrance called Rōzu, which captures the designer’s love of the mountains, pine trees, snow and fresh air.

  • A Local Legacy

    A Local Legacy

    Tracing Bath and Bristol’s ties to the transatlantic slave trade.

  • The Lovell Health House

    The Lovell Health House

    A visit to The Lovell Health House by Richard Neutra, which has been preserved almost unchanged for over half a century.

  • Villa Necchi Campiglio

    Villa Necchi Campiglio

    An icon of Italian rationalism in Milan, designed and built by architect Piero Portaluppi.

  • Material Colour

    Material Colour

    Muller Van Severen’s functional yet sculptural design practice, at their home studio in Ghent.

  • Cube of Light

    Cube of Light

    The Bauhaus at Dessau, and its legacy as an ever-relevant model for education.

  • Good Energy

    Good Energy

    Remembering the mid-century designer Achille Castiglioni, with his daughter, Giovanna Castiglioni, to mark the launch of his Bulbo57 design with FLOS.

  • Infinite Blue

    Infinite Blue

    Gio Ponti’s iconic hotel in Sorrento, Italy.

  • Hellenic Spirit

    Hellenic Spirit

    A visit to Villa Kerylos on the French Riviera, modelled after 2nd century BCE homes of the Greek island of Delos.

  • Community Through Craft

    Community Through Craft

    A conversation with Studio Pottery London.

  • Casa Mollino

    Casa Mollino

    A visit to the 19th century apartment by Italian architect and designer Carlo Mollino, located by the river Po in Turin, Italy.

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