We’ve gathered our 10 favourite facts from Cìrculo Mexicano in Mexico
Where To Stay In Puglia, Italy
Discover Tre Gioie, one of our favourite local Italian brands, who have curated a list of beautiful hotels that you should visit whatever the season.
The Green Guide to: Denmark
With the world finally getting back to normal, we’ve got our passports at the ready. We’re constantly refreshing Google to find out where we can go and when. We can bet you are too, right?
5 Iconic Chairs Your Bum Should Know About
Pull up a chair, sit back and relax as you meet some of the coolest chairs we know.
How It’s Made: Amuse la Bouche
Creativity pretty much runs through Georgie’s veins. Long before she ever conceived of the whimsical shapes and joyous patterns of Amuse la Bouche, she was channeling inspiration into her surroundings.
Meet Luke Edward Hall, Artist and designer, London
“Everyone wants a piece of Luke Edward Hall. Take your pick: his ceramics with Alex Eagle, his recent collection for the Royal Academy, his campaign with Burberry,” says Jonathan Mahon-Heap for Semaine.
Set in the rural retreat of Thyme – a self-contained village within a village in the Cotswolds – The Ox Barn is a contemporary restaurant in a historic building. Get ready for the best of both worlds…
Discover the Petal Lamps Collection
Here at Maison Flâneur, we’re not just interested in great design; we’re interested in each piece and its story, in how it’s made. It’s one thing to see an incredible armchair or a charming platter and appreciate it on the surface level.
Flights of Fancy: Antwerp
We’ve all been aching for a trip, haven’t we? Though we may have enjoyed the last 18 months of hibernation, everyone we know is not just ready but ecstatic to be on the go again. Who ever thought we’d be missing delayed flights, bland aeroplane food and hotel city taxes so desperately?
You’ve been Served: Beefbar, Worldwide
The Beefbar was conceived to break the traditional codes of rigid & high-end cuisine.
We are so happy to welcome Malaika on Maison Flâneur. Malaika was founded in 2004 by Margarita Andrade and Goya Gallagher who, after growing up in their native Ecuador, found themselves living and settling in Egypt.
As flâneurs, we love exploring somewhere new, or even visiting a familiar favourite. But when it comes to actually picking a destination, we’re lost.