The Mashambas Skyscraper is a project designed to improve the lives of small farmers in Swahili, East Africa. It will host education, training on agricultural techniques, cheap fertilizers, and modern tools. The structure will be made of simple modular elements, easy to assemble, deconstruct and transport.
The clothing and homeware of Muskhane is inspired by the energy of Nepal, entirely handmade in a palette of rich and vibrant colors. The home collection, in felted wool brings softness and good cheer, where clean lines and high design meet fun and whimsy. In 100% cashmere extra fine-knit, the garment collection is incredibly soft and inviting.
Meet the GrowKit, an urban agriculture kit for beginners, newly developed by Noocity Urban Ecology, a company focused on the facilitation of Agriculture in the urban environment.
In 2010 as part of our Parent and child interview we spoke to Hannah and her mother Sabrina from the store Boucle d’or in Brussels. Hannah was 8 years old and she wanted to be an actress and a writer. Seven years later, she thinks she hasn’t changed much. She has a bigger room, wants to become a film director and has a long list of countries she wants to visit…
“What is fairness? What does it mean to be brave? Can you step in the same river twice? It is not only adults who can discuss philosophical issues”. In this long interview with Five Books, Peter Worley, co-founder and CEO of the Philosophy Foundation picks the best books to get children thinking about philosophy.
This group of twelve brands – among the most beautiful and respected names in children’s fashion, have decided to join forces and show at the Hudson Studios, NY from February 12th till 14th.