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THE CURVE SUMMER 2019 EVENTS WITH ARMS WIDE OPEN Since 1992, the Open House Festival has helped reveal the wonders of urban architecture to those who might otherwise be closed off from it, or those who have simply never considered the beauty of that which surrounds them. Open House gives free access to an array of buildings for 48 hours, so people can see some of a city’s best-kept secrets. “Architecture is often seen as the preserve of professionals,” explains founder Victoria Thornton, OBE. “There was no opportunity for citizens to explore and debate the quality of architecture and places.” The 2019 festival is a truly global affair, with 43 cities taking part. From Milan to Macau to Melbourne, you’ll always find an open door. All you have to do is step inside. openhouseworldwide.org TRENDS CLOUDY WITH A CHANCE OF... Why head out for ‘drinks and dinner’ when just one word will do? Picture this: Parmesan and Romaine lettuce-infused vermouth, sake made from three different types of guava, and a hardboiled quail’s egg sitting on top of a nest of roasted onion sprouts sprayed with smoked plum tincture. This ‘edible cocktail’ is the creation of Matthew Biancaniello, one of Los Angeles’ most creative mixologists, and author of Eat Your Drink, a book about how to make your own ‘farm-to-glass’ libations. Often challenging and always surprising, Biancaniello has made an art form out of combining alcohol with seasonal ingredients – foraged in the Santa Monica mountains, sourced from local farmers’ markets and grown in his own garden. He asks, why bother with dinner when you can imbibe 123 Organic Tequila infused with Ogo seaweed, Sun Gold tomatoes and oregano? After operating a run of pop-ups in bars such as LA’s Ysabel, he returned to the Library bar at the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel, where he first began bartending over a decade ago, this summer. Here, gustatory adventurers were able to sample such delights as Biancaniello’s ‘liquid cheese board’, a drinkable Caesar salad, and even alcoholic oysters and sea urchins. matthewbiancaniello.com GUSTATORY ADVENTURERS CAN SAMPLE SUCH DELIGHTS AS A DRINKABLE CAESAR SALAD... STORIES: JENNY SOUTHAN, CHRIS STOKEL-WALKER PHOTOS: NOTED MEDIA, CAROLINA KORMAN PHOTO 14 THEJAGUAR
JAGUAR MAGAZINE celebrates creativity in all its forms, with exclusive features that inspire sensory excitement, from seductive design to cutting-edge technology.
The latest issue features a range of inspiring people: from Luke Jennings, creator of Villanelle, one of the most interesting television characters in recent times, to Marcus Du Sautoy, who ponders whether artificial intelligence is on the brink of becoming creative. Out on the road, we visit the US to explore the foodie heaven of Portland in a Jaguar I-PACE, take a Jaguar XE to the south of France to get a photographer’s viewpoint of the charming town of Arles, and much more.