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Issue 41

With 22 countries sharing almost 30,000 miles of coastline, there is no one place or person that can exemplify Mediterranean living. Instead, the latest issue of Kinfolk beats an unconventional path—from Tunis to Tuscany, Morocco to Mallorca—to meet the artists, cooks and cowboys at the heart of their local communities.


Diébédo Francis Kéré

From a primary school in Burkina Faso, to the world: Nana Biamah-Ofosu meets the architect marrying romance and practicality.

Cy Twombly's Roman Notes and a Piranesi lithograph hang in the entrance of Halard's home.

A Home in Arles

François Halard built his reputation on photographing other people’s homes. Now, he’s turned the lens on his own interior.


An Herb Shop in Athens

Herb specialist Evangelia Koutsovoulou treats Greek greens with the same reverence as wine and cheese.


In the Vineyards of Lebanon

In an excerpt from our new book, Kinfolk Travel, winemaker Maher Harb takes us on a tour from grape to glass at his mountainside vineyard.

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