If you find yourself in need of somewhere to dance the night away in Kuala Lumpur, want a delicious pan-Asian meal in St Tropez or seek a chilled-out rooftop bar in Hong Kong, check out the luxurious sophistication of Cé La Vi.Read More
Our Blood is a major public sculptural artwork and collaborative social platform by artist Marc Quinn. The sculpture was created using two identical cubes of frozen human blood; one cube made from the donations of 2,500 resettled refugee volunteers, and the other from 2,500 non-refugee volunteers.Read More
The multi-talented actor, dancer, artist and creative powerhouse shares his inspiration as a storyteller.Read More
The fashion world has been hit with increasing criticism for its lack of inclusivity in recent years, not least in the realm of accessible fashion. Basic daily tasks, such as getting dressed, can for some people pose challenges that many clothing designers have up to this point failed to consider.Read More
Singapore is Southeast Asia’s glittering gem. Long a business and banking hub, this tiny nation is a front runner in the rapidly developing financial technology (FinTech) industry, consistently found near the top of ‘best city for business’ lists.Read More
Today, contemporary art galleries communicate not only social and political messages, but also difficult technical concepts through the universal language of visuals and experiences. Telling the story of scientific ideas and innovations through art is an exciting area; and it’s enjoying a global expansion. Brand new to the space is London’s Science Gallery.Read More
We spoke with Allen Leech in 2018—catching the actor in a quiet moment during a whirlwind of an October, with Bohemian Rhapsody about to be released and production of the Downton Abbey film in full swing. In conversation with Emily Cathcart, Allen chatted about persistence in getting parts; his projects; and his process.Read More
Founded almost a decade ago, Dandy & Brooks is passionate about exquisite design and authentic craftsmanship. Each piece is timeless, crafted with care and a keen attention to detail.
A lifetime of curiosity and creativity has led to a successful career in photography for Nevzat Yıldırım. While talking with us for ALHAUS magazine No.4, he shared a favourite recent memory and his dreams for his own future.
Sitting on the southern coast of France—a hop, skip and a jump from the Italian border—Nice embodies that old-world Riviera elegance the Côte d’Azur is known for. However, it’s more than just designer shops, coral-blue waters and beautiful weather.Read More
Everyone in the West knows Anna Wintour. But the editor-in-chief of Vogue China, Angelica Cheung, is celebrating 14 years of relentlessly phenomenal success. Though the youngest of Vogue’s various editors-in-chief around the world, her edition is more than twice the size of its US and UK sister publications.Read More
Spirits specialist Georgie Bell is a self-proclaimed ‘full-time whisky traveler’. At only 30, this enviable position is thanks to her eminent and hard-earned reputation in the spirits industry.
The wines of Gut Oggau have in recent years created something of a stir throughout the world of natural wine. Situated in the region of Burgenland in Austria, they farm biodynamically and produce only naturally fermented wines—without any use of fertiliser, pesticides, or other chemicals.
Since publication of her first novel Unravelling Oliver, Irish author Liz Nugent’s career has scaled increasingly dizzy heights. Having won two awards for her latest, Skin Deep, at the 2018 Irish Book Awards, she shared with us the novels that have influenced her life and work.
Following over 40 awards; pieces in many private collections; and work accepted into the photo collection of the prestigious Boston Museum of Fine Arts, Nevzat Yıldırım shares insights into the everyday demands of making those memorable images.
Best known as Howard Hamlin in Netflix sensation Better Call Saul, Patrick Fabian shares his thoughts on the value of perseverance and gives advice to aspiring actors.
In conversation with Cathy Buckmaster, we get to know Parisian artist and illustrator, Marylou Faure.
Like much in technology the race to bring consumers higher-resolution TVs, monitors and projectors at lower prices has moved at an unrelenting pace. Only a few short years ago, HD seemed somewhat exotic as conventional TV channels first started broadcasting in this higher definition—and then HD sets and boxes became the norm.Read More
In a world where ‘disrupters’ is an all too frequently used buzzword, one communication tool from China is living up to the hype—WeChat. The social media and messaging platform is the most popular in its country of origin; making waves throughout the rest of Asia; and steadily creeping onto the global scene.Read More
From the first radio station playing live music to the instantaneous streaming of today, music listening has had a long association with technology. During the past two centuries, recording of music and voice moved from Thomas Edison’s phonograph to vinyl, cassette tapes, CDs and now mp3. Alongside the evolution of recording and listening to music, the instruments and production of music have also evolved and continue to change today.Read More