Our Reading List
CRISPR-edited food, Moncler disrupting luxury, and greenhouses for your living room
Every Friday we wrap up our favourite online reads within technology, fashion, design, mobility, entertainment, gaming, and more.
1 Oct 2021
  1. A grocery line where slower is better: supermarkets open ‘chat checkouts’ to combat loneliness among elderly — Good News Network
  2. Ilja Schamle powers server with tomato plants in self-sustaining ecosystem — Dezeen
  3. Tomato is first CRISPR-edited food to go on sale in the world — NewScientist
  4. Anders Edström’s 23-year chronicle of life in a remote Japanese village — AnOther
  5. Li Edelkoort reads her anti-fashion manifestoBusiness of Fashion
  6. Moncler changed luxury before & it’s about to do it again — Highsnobiety
  7. Sustainable fashion wants brands to redefine business growth — Forbes
  8. “A prayer to the future”: The process behind the handmade recycled book designed to be read in 1000 years — It’s Nice That