The Weekend Edition is a refined mix of music, news and guests to see you through your weekend.
We explore the history of radio-production duo Kitchen Sisters with Davia Nelson, English novelist Niven Govinden speaks about his latest book and the author, zoologist and publishing entrepreneur Hector Macdonald of Advanced Editions drops in.
The Melbourne School of Design is rethinking how we approach the visual world around us as well as its own teaching space. Monocle visits the school’s new building to learn why it is going back to the drawing board in order…
A small slice of Calabrian sunshine may not be the most obvious culinary find in Kojimachi, near the Imperial Palace in Tokyo. But for Elio Orsara (below), the opening of Elio Locanda Italiana was the culmination of a long…
Friendly, cosmopolitan Fukuoka is tiny in comparison to Tokyo, but it beats the Japanese capital hands down with its cuisine and shopping. That’s why itis Monocle’s choice for our best retail city award.
Monocle's third annual transport survey is here with a collection of the design, engineering and infrastructure solutions that are shaping the skies, roads and rails near you. Our editors have taken a tour of the transport ideas that will change your experience of travel.
With a rainforest that’s nearly the same size as Austria and more than 20 different indigenous ethnic groups, Sarawak is not only Malaysia’s largest state but also one of its most intriguing. Monocle visits Sarawak to enjoy the region’s natural beauty and to look at where the state’s future lies.
In 1997, four former DJs and vinyl enthusiasts managed to get hold of a record pressing machine. Today, small independent studios and big record companies alike are queueing up for Vinylium’s services.
The Lisbon neighbourhood of Lapa retains much of its traditional charm, making it feel more like a quiet village than part of Portugal’s sprawling capital. Peppered with cafés and small shops, it’s far enough from the…