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ASTRAL WEEKS

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URBAN RECHARGE IN THE HEART OF TOKYO

Keiji Ashizawa and Norm Architects Design the Latest TRUNK(HOTEL) Overlooking Yoyogi Park

AN URBAN REVIVAL

Traditional Kyoto Rowhouses Re-Imagined Into Contemporary Design Suites

ZUIHŌ-IN

The Art of the Karesansui Garden Best Experienced at this Kyoto Temple

Kyoto’s Leading Art & Design Hotel

A Stellar Amalgamation of East Meets West

A Luxury Stay Along Kyoto’s Kamo-gawa River

Location is Everything

Art Deco Splendour

Explore ATLAS in Singapore, An Extraordinary World of Gin & Champagne

Artisanal and Authentic

Lauren Manoogian Opens Her Flagship Tranquil Space in NYC

Cantabrian Maritime Museum Restaurant

Original Brutalist Arched Paraboloids Are Central To This Restaurant Designed by Zooco Estudio

RICHARD SERRA

The American Artist's Sculptural Enormity And Enveloping Legacy

SEQUOIA LODGE

Stay Amongst the Stunning Natural Beauty of Adelaide's Mount Lofty

MUNI

A Leading Dining Destination In Adelaide's Rural Township of Willunga

Celebrating Moroccan Craftsmanship

Intricate Details and Design at this Boutique Riad In Marrakech

LE CORBUSIER

Visit The Great Swiss-French Architect's Studio-Apartment, Restored And Open To The Public

AMAN KYOTO

In An Untouched & Secluded Private Garden in Kyoto, Find One Of The World's Best Hotels

Invisible Possibilities

Under The Theme of 'In the Presence of Absence', Desert X AlUla 2024 Enquires ‘What Cannot Be Seen?’

Champ Magazine Issue 10 Launch

Held at the Zaha Hadid Gallery in London

December, 2015

Held at the Zaha Hadid Design Gallery in London’s Clerkenwell, the Champ Magazine Issue 10 launch celebrated the The Champion Womxn Issue.

A panel discussion with British designer Phoebe English, Ala Champ Architecture Editor Melodie Leung and Champ Editor-in-Chief Monique Kawecki started off the evening, discussing collaboration (both Phoebe and Melodie worked with Zaha) and the magazine’s latest issue made entirely by womxn, focusing and highlighting the power of womxn of any identity, background or belief.

For issue 10, Champ collaborated with Phoebe English on a limited edition handcrafted ‘Editor’s Tote’ made in the designer’s atelier with her signature fabrics and weaving. The limited edition bags were available through Champ Magazine or Phoebe English.

Cocktails were made by the Rita’s team, creating delicious orange Baileys martinis, whilst cold-pressed juices by Imbibery were accompanied by raw The Hardihood treats.

There was live jazz by Bradley Miller [CKTRL], and music by DJ Norsicaa throughout the evening.

December, 2015