Nendo Japan 2019

“Nendo: forms of movement” Collaborating with a number of Japanese manufacturers using special materials and technologies, nendo’s 2018 solo exhibition will present 10 concepts that revolve around the idea of movement, originating from an object’s function, material or production process. All 10 concepts are defined by their delicate material and precise production techniques. The exhibition will showcase not only the final products, but the models and mockups…

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Wonder Eats September

Wulf & Lamb Vegan specialist for ferocious herbivores, and friends just off Sloane Square Stop by and grab a decadent treat for the road or, if you have time to linger, settle in and enjoy our warm and welcoming surroundings. Tucked away in a mews behind Peter Jones, doors are open for breakfast, lunch and dinner – and everything in-between. Expect…

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Frieze Week is a month away!

New for 2018 at Frieze London is Social Work, celebrating women artists whose work responded to global schisms of the 1980s and ’90s. In addition, Live, will present interactive installations and performances throughout the fair, and this year’s Frieze Artist Award winner Alex Baczynski-Jenkins will choreograph a new dance exploring the politics of desire. Just a 15-minute walk across the park,…

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A kitchen garden at Ham Yard Hotel

Raised beds made of railway sleepers and picket fencing form salad, herb and vegetable gardens, its produce served in the restaurant’s daily specials. Herbs from the roof garden are used throughout the year in sauces and marinades. During the summer months, strawberries, gooseberries, broccoli, kale and thyme are used by Executive Head Chef, Robin Read, to add a delicious and creative “garden touch”…

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Perfume Exhibition

SOMERSET HOUSE Multi-sensory exhibition featuring ten extraordinary perfumes and their pioneering creators, who have radically changed our perceptions of fragrance over the last 20 years. Discover a vibrant new perfume scene, the contemporary cult perfumes shaking up scent culture and the unseen works of art worn on our skin. Contemporary perfume provocateurs are dispensing with traditional high gloss communication concepts, gender boundaries and…

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LONDON

Literary Central London Map Three new A3 screenprints are available for the Literary Central London map. Choose between white block on Plike 330gsm, white on Colourplan Smoke 350gsm, or black ink on Accent Antique Alabaster 300gsm. Limited editions of 75. mail@thewonderlist.co.uk

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Puritaan

Crafted with obsessive attention to detail. PURITAAN combines digital technology with traditional craftmanship to create über-minimalistic leather cases and bags for the modern creative professional. Designed and manufactured in Budapest, Hungary Founders Mark and Norbert both came from creative backgrounds with a need for simple and honest cases and bags for their beloved Apple products. The Coal Backpack The design…

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Twoodie Stacking Toy

Recently launched Twoodie is an Australian brand that’s designing safe and sustainable wooden toys that are also stylish. The debut product is Twoodie Gems, which were inspired by the crown jewels, featuring faceted edges that make it easy for little hands to grasp. The set of 12 wooden gems lets your children use their imagination to arrange, stack, balance, and…

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Sarah Pooley – CURATED

Curated is a new initiative by Amar Gallery to support emerging artists and offer original works of art at an affordable price range between £200 ($250) and £2,000 ($2,500). This is the first of a number of incredible Artists that are going to be featured on The Wonder List. Sarah’s work focuses on paintings, which can be seen as a study of…

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