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LIFESTYLE
by CARINA DERHALLI

We’re dreaming of hot days in the garden with an iced drink in one hand and a great book in the other. Summer is the perfect time to get back into reading. Our Influencers have told us their favourite poolside reads. No matter whether you’re planning an exciting trip away or staying at home, find somewhere outside in the sun and get lost in another world.

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The Glow Edit

The Power of Now by Eckhart Tolle

“It’s my favourite book right now! It’s just one of those books you can pick up at any point in your life and it has the same impact as the first time you read it. It helps me refocus my thoughts and work on what matters to me.”

This inspiring and uplifting book offers a thoughtful guide on how to lead a happier life. As the title suggests, it emphasises the importance of living in the present and how thoughts and emotions can obstruct true inner peace. Tolle’s lessons are clear and easy to adopt in everyday life.

The Triplets

Elnaz

My Last Duchess by Daisy Goodwin

“I loved the historical grandeur and romance! Daisy Goodwin is so talented at developing interesting and complex characters.”

Celebrated American heiress, Cora Cash is dragged to England by her mother’s determined social ambition to secure her daughter a title. Set in the 1890s against a backdrop of ostentatious glamour and lavish parties, Cora is besieged with eager, money-hungry suitors. Written by the script-writer of ITV’s Victoria, My Last Duchess follows the ensuing culture clash and Cora’s struggle for freedom to make her own choices.

Tanaz

Happy City by Charles Montgomery

“A super informative and uplifting book about our urban environment and teaching us how to change our surroundings to lead to a happier life.”

Happy City explores the emotional impact of urban design and architecture. Montgomery reveals the positive effects and impact of well-considered urban design by thoughtfully examining successful urban innovations in countries across the globe. He offers simple solutions and changes that can be made to improve our lives.

Golnaz

Manifesto for A Cinematic
Architecture by Pascal Schoning

“It’s a quick read and definitely one of best books on how we can successfully combine the material world with the visual one.”

Using light as the main building material, theorist Pascal Schöning teaches the reader how to create energy and spatiality from solid materials. The ultimate goal is to reach an ethereal state, achievable from the individual’s energy when occupying a space.

Camila Carril

Near the Wild Heart by Clarice Lispector

“This is such a pleasure to read and beautifully written. I really like how Lispector is thought-provoking and thinks outside the box.”

Near the Wild Heart follows the turbulent life of Joana, from her orphaning as a child through to her hapless marriage to an unfaithful husband and their inevitable divorce. As Joana dissociates from the people around her, she continuously questions her sense of self and her existence. Through the thoughts and conflicting emotions of Joana, this introspective novel challenges the reader to ask if anyone truly knows who they are.

LIFESTYLE
by CARINA DERHALLI

We’re dreaming of hot days in the garden with an iced drink in one hand and a great book in the other. Summer is the perfect time to get back into reading. Our Influencers have told us their favourite poolside reads. No matter whether you’re planning an exciting trip away or staying at home, find somewhere outside in the sun and get lost in another world.

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The Glow Edit

The Power of Now by Eckhart Tolle

“It’s my favourite book right now! It’s just one of those books you can pick up at any point in your life and it has the same impact as the first time you read it. It helps me refocus my thoughts and work on what matters to me.”

This inspiring and uplifting book offers a thoughtful guide on how to lead a happier life. As the title suggests, it emphasises the importance of living in the present and how thoughts and emotions can obstruct true inner peace. Tolle’s lessons are clear and easy to adopt in everyday life.

The Triplets

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Elnaz

My Last Duchess by Daisy Goodwin

“I loved the historical grandeur and romance! Daisy Goodwin is so talented at developing interesting and complex characters.”

Celebrated American heiress, Cora Cash is dragged to England by her mother’s determined social ambition to secure her daughter a title. Set in the 1890s against a backdrop of ostentatious glamour and lavish parties, Cora is besieged with eager, money-hungry suitors. Written by the script-writer of ITV’s Victoria, My Last Duchess follows the ensuing culture clash and Cora’s struggle for freedom to make her own choices.

Tanaz

Happy City by Charles Montgomery

“A super informative and uplifting book about our urban environment and teaching us how to change our surroundings to lead to a happier life.”

Happy City explores the emotional impact of urban design and architecture. Montgomery reveals the positive effects and impact of well-considered urban design by thoughtfully examining successful urban innovations in countries across the globe. He offers simple solutions and changes that can be made to improve our lives.

Golnaz

Manifesto for A Cinematic
Architecture by Pascal Schoning

“It’s a quick read and definitely one of best books on how we can successfully combine the material world with the visual one.”

Using light as the main building material, theorist Pascal Schöning teaches the reader how to create energy and spatiality from solid materials. The ultimate goal is to reach an ethereal state, achievable from the individual’s energy when occupying a space.

Summer reads
Summer reads

Camila Carril

Near the Wild Heart by Clarice Lispector

“This is such a pleasure to read and beautifully written. I really like how Lispector is thought-provoking and thinks outside the box.”

Near the Wild Heart follows the turbulent life of Joana, from her orphaning as a child through to her hapless marriage to an unfaithful husband and their inevitable divorce. As Joana dissociates from the people around her, she continuously questions her sense of self and her existence. Through the thoughts and conflicting emotions of Joana, this introspective novel challenges the reader to ask if anyone truly knows who they are.

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