Features - Insight

fine food - Tom Aikens

This month, Michelin-star-winning Head Chef Tom Aikens – one of Qatar Airways’ four culinary all-stars – shares some of his favourite recipes.

insight - Singapore’s Shophouse Treasures

From their humble beginnings as the simplest of trading places, Singapore’s iconic shophouses are becoming the architectural treasures of the Far East. Mark Eveleigh reports.

Articles - Insight

insight - The art of the rickshaw

Late afternoon in Old Dhaka. The air is humid and clammy. The booming sound of the call to prayer from the Star Mosque is deafened by the cacophony of jangling cycle bells in the Tanti Bazar. Along Chittaranjan Avenue, dozens of cycle rickshaws are jammed in total gridlock. Nothing is moving.

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TWG Tea Garden at marina Bay Sands Singapore

insight - Taha Bouqdib, Tea Blender

Master tea blender Taha Bouqdib is sharing the art of tea culture and appreciation with the world through fine tea purveyor TWG Tea.

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Suite Icebar: Icehotel Jukkasjärvi. Artists: Åke Larsson, Arne Bergh,  Sofi Ruotsalainen, Mikael ‘Nille’ Nilsson, AnnaSofia Mååg.

insight - Icehotel

After a memorable trip to the world’s first ice hotel, Stockholm-based writer and photographer Lola Akinmade Åkerström tracks down the creative and artistic force behind this ingenious living ice sculpture made from pristine Arctic waters.

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Katy Goutefangea: Wrapping paper

insight - Laura Griffith-Jones

London resident Laura Griffith-Jones makes her way to the captivating studio of the East London Printmakers, in the heart of the city’s booming contemporary art scene, to meet some of the group’s highly talented members.

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insight - Michele Mingozzi, Executive Chef, Souq Waqif Boutique Hotels

Executive chef Michele Mingozzi uses experience he has gained from all over the world to oversee the array of restaurants in the Souq Waqif Boutique Hotels group.

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insight - Hikmet Barutcugil, Ebruzen

Hikmet Barutcugil is Turkey’s foremost living ebruzen, or master of marbling, a traditional Turkish art form that’s been around for centuries

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insight - Boeing 787

Boeing 787: The Right Stuff That Dreams Are Made Of Boeing’s 787 Dreamliner, the latest addition to Qatar Airways’ fleet, represents one of the most significant milestones in commercial aircraft history alongside such classics as the Douglas DC-3, Boeing 747, and Airbus A380.

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insight - Mike Stripp

From a cramped studio in Knysna, South Africa, there is an amazing outflow of the most incredible bird carvings crafted by master carver, Mike Stripp.

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Devlin Large Centrepiece.  This 1968–9 example has an amethyst crystal at its centre, which was a semi-precious stone he often incorporated in his early work.

insight - Stuart Devlin, gold and silversmith

When former art teacher Stuart Devlin moved to London from his native Australia in January 1965 to fulfil a long-held dream of setting up his own gold and silversmithing business, he effectively put his neck on the block, for he had no way of knowing how his venture would fare.

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