For more than one hundred years, Fattorie dei Dolfi has cultivated extraordinary wines. Located in the Tuscan hills of Perignano, dei Dolfi’s vines have benefited from a maritime climate, long hours of sunshine and cool sea breezes. Words by Catherine McMaster
Professor Iain McCalman weaved a rich tapestry of history, science, culture and environment to explore the various identities of the Great Barrier Reef at a Sydney Writers’ Festival talk on Monday night
Gabrielle D’Annunzio is a warmonger, womanizer, poet and playwright. He was a megalomaniac, a fascist, and aviator, dubbing himself L’mmagnifico ‘The Great Curator’
When considering a factory, it’s rare that artisanal craftsmanship springs to mind. Yet, a visit to the Gaggenau factory in Lipsheim completely removes the former connotations of heavy machinery and smoky industrial plants…
The creation, conception and design of a Gaggenau appliance is a fusion of art and function
Catherine McMaster takes to the streets of London to discover what the Brits really think of Australians…
Gagganau speaks to Francoise Gervais, an expedition leader and dive-master, pushing the boundaries for travellers venturing to the Canadian Arctic
Fernando Laposse’s CV might broadly describe him as a designer, but scratch beneath the surface and his wide-ranging creations encompass a breadth of disciplines.
Dating from antiquity, and shrouded in legend, the black cattle of Wales helped shape a country. Now they are a Welsh cultural icon, encapsulating the nation’s soul.
In picturesque and tranquil grounds near Nymphenburg Palace, we meet with Ingrid Harding and Piotr Szpryngwald, two innovative creatives working within two different fields: Ingrid in porcelain and Piotr as a designer behind Gaggenau’s Future Research. Here, they talk design, creativity and collaboration.