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kinfolk. From the archives: Scraps salvaged from the past in Issue Twenty-Nine.

From the archives: Scraps salvaged from the past in Issue Twenty-Nine. (Photo: @christianmandersen)

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kinfolk. We’ve got a new book out, and a new exhibition to go with it! Join us

We’ve got a new book out, and a new exhibition to go with it! Join us at The Kinfolk Gallery this evening to celebrate the launch of The Touch: Spaces Designed for the Senses, created in collaboration with @normarchitects and published by @gestalten. All books purchased at the event will be accompanied by a complimentary copy of Kinfolk magazine and a set of Kinfolk notecards. Amagertorv 14, Level 1, Copenhagen, 17:00-20:00. (Photo: @staffansundstrom)

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kinfolk. Galerie Patrick Seguin, Paris. (Photo: @christianmandersen)

Galerie Patrick Seguin, Paris. (Photo: @christianmandersen)

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kinfolk. Sunset spot, Hawai'i. (Photo: @ceciliejegsen)

Sunset spot, Hawai'i. (Photo: @ceciliejegsen)

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kinfolk. Introducing The Touch: Spaces Designed for the Senses. Created in coll

Introducing The Touch: Spaces Designed for the Senses. Created in collaboration with @normarchitects and published by @gestalten, The Touch features 25 interiors from around the world that enrich the human senses. Join us to celebrate from 17:00 on Sept 12th at The Kinfolk Gallery in Copenhagen with an exhibition, signed copies and light refreshments. The Touch is available for pre-order now via Kinfolk.com/Shop/The-Touch and in stores worldwide from October 10th. (Photo: @staffansundstrom)

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kinfolk. \"Today, Brazil is facing the threat of environmental degradation like

"Today, Brazil is facing the threat of environmental degradation like never before. Is there an artist who will step up now to wield the language of political activism while also introducing a fresh form of design?" In Issue Thirty-Three, we celebrate the pioneering career of Roberto Burle Marx—the São Paulo-born landscape architect who unlocked the artistic power of the Amazon, and fought with all his might to preserve it.

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kinfolk. Sneak peak: In a preview from The Touch, the new book from Kinfolk and

Sneak peak: In a preview from The Touch, the new book from Kinfolk and @normarchitects published by @gestalten, designer Vincenzo de Cotiis makes the case for not meddling with raw beauty: His 18th-century Milanese home is an homage to his fascination with ageing objects. View the full preview on Kinfolk.com (Photo: @christianmandersen)

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kinfolk. From the archives: Primal pleasures and earthy flavours in Issue Twent

From the archives: Primal pleasures and earthy flavours in Issue Twenty-Five. (Photo: @marsyhild)

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kinfolk. Introducing Issue Thirty-Three! Soul, sex and social activism: This fa

Introducing Issue Thirty-Three! Soul, sex and social activism: This fall, Kinfolk’s Education Issue rejects the definition of a good education as one that ends with good grades and considers a new curriculum for life-long learning. Plus: Interviews with Waris Ahluwalia, Michaël Borremans and Desiree Akhavan, a still life shoot styled as a puzzle book and an exploration of online scams. Available to order at Kinfolk.com (Cover: @romainlaprade, Photo: @staffansundstrom)

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kinfolk. There’s a new book coming! The Touch—co-authored by Copenhagen neighbo

There’s a new book coming! The Touch—co-authored by Copenhagen neighbors Kinfolk and @normarchitects—is an exploration of design that caters to all the senses. We’ll be celebrating the launch at the Kinfolk Gallery on September 12 with our publishers @gestalten. Stay tuned for more details.

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kinfolk. Kona, Hawai'i. (Photo: @ceciliejegsen)

Kona, Hawai'i. (Photo: @ceciliejegsen)

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kinfolk. \"Acting out the role of hero in our own lives is a form of subconsciou

"Acting out the role of hero in our own lives is a form of subconscious storytelling that we all do naturally: We reflect on our history and pull its scattered milestones into a path that explains how we got here." On Self-Mythology, from Issue Thirty-Two. (Photo: @lea.nielsen.photography)

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