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Pantry-Trippin’ with the Pressure Cooker

A beloved of Napoleon Bonaparte, Julia Child, and home cooks the world over, the trusted pressure cooker has come a long way

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Served Up: Rare Rice & Rich Memories at Edible Archives

On rare Indian rice varieties, what the middle-class boom did for basmati, and how each one of us has an edible archive

Be Flexible: Paper Furniture from Twisty

What you ought to know about this brand’s foldable furniture and why it’s supposedly fit for millennials

Pantry-Trippin’ with the Pressure Cooker

A beloved of Napoleon Bonaparte, Julia Child, and home cooks the world over, the trusted pressure cooker has come a long way

Job Perks: Ware Innovations

Yogita Agrawal, of Ware Innovations, on the design-focused photos she takes when she travels

DIY Design: Tattoos with Tender Pokes

In conversation with artist Shreya Josh

From Tyres to Totes: Handbags from Chamar Studio

Artist Sudheer Rajbhar collaborates with streetside cobblers and artisans

Job Perks: Indus People

Aditi Chaddha Batra, of Indus People, on why travel is her biggest job perk

Design Events to Watch Out For in 2019

Mark your calendars — the future of design, vibrant street art, and iconic magazine covers take centre stage at these events

On Track: A Festival Focused on Heritage Walks

This February, see a new side to a city with the India Heritage Walk Festival

It’s a THING: Workout Videos

Fitness on the ’gram can be more alluring than your neighbourhood gym instructor

Pantry-Trippin’ with the Mortar and Pestle

For pesto, piri-piri and more — the hands-on gadget that’s used for pummelling around the world

Job Perks: Shed

Priyanka Shah, of Shed, on how learning the sitar has shaped her understanding of wood as a material

Design Podcasts for the Curious

Design is all around us — with these podcasts, all you’ve got to do is tune in

The Jhol Momo: Why Dip When You Can Dunk?

The journey of a traditional Nepalese momo

One Man’s Trash is Another’s Reclaimed Wood

Aakriti Kumar, founder of furniture design studio Differniture, breaks down what reclaimed wood really is and how she uses it

Gin Cocktails to Impress

Skip the G&T — here are three recipes for classier gin cocktails

Job Perks: Rubberband

Ajay Shah of Rubberband shares his fascination for the visual beauty of industrial production units

How My Annual Planner Became My Sanctuary

On obsessively writing down everything — interview appointments, deadlines, even the Indian cricket team’s touring schedule

Christmas Gift Guide

Treats and treasures for the festive season

Goods to know: Bamboo Hangers by Pravinsinh Solanki

The NID professor fashions elegance out of the eco-friendly material

Job Perks: Curators of Clay

Bhairavi Naik, co-founder of Curators of Clay, on adopting cats, crows and a pig at the studio in Pune

Notes on Mumbai’s Popular Art Deco Heritage

Khorshed Deboo takes a walk around the city – from Mazgaon to Matunga – and comes back with appreciative notes on the architectural style

Polish Pajaki come to Bengaluru

What you should know about Polish chandeliers called pajaki, and where to find them at the Bengaluru by Design Festival

On the Nose: A Guide to Picking Fragrances

Manan Gandhi, of Bombay Perfumery, on recognising notes in a fragrance, picking candles for specific rooms and how to look after them

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