One of the oldest Swiss watchmakers just launched a new collection after 25 years. We visited their workshop to learn more about their 144-year-old
Bicycles made of steel are heavy, aluminium can be too weak, carbon fibre too expensive and not eco-friendly. That's why manufacturers are looking
“There’s space for women, and please come and join us. Just do it.”
Our interview with Sven Segal, founder of PO-ZU.
A sartorial specialty from Hong Kong.
A small but historical workshop is going centuries back in time to make silk.
How Plumen’s iconic designer lightbulb is changing the world... again.
Hungarian sustainable designer labels to know
Seven sustainable wonders of the world are on display in India
Sustainable farming under the streets of London
Budapest has a new vegan paradise
Climate-smart shopping in the world’s first recycling mall
A small family business in the Czech Republic is the last place where traditional Christmas decorations from blown glass beads are still made.
Soufli had silk first produced in Europe.
We toured a factory in Bucharest making fashion goods for luxury brands.
Behind the scenes of sustainable fine jewellery label Tejen.
Old world coffee culture goes 'third wave'
Pianos have had a standard 88 keys since 1880. The only piano maker in Australia has completed one with 108 keys.
Restoration works have been made for the clock to go back to its 19th-century mechanical design.
These are no ordinary glasses.
Russian couple transform vinyl records into clocks
Discover Homo Faber, a showcase of exceptional European craftsmanship in Venice.