A look inside Kinfolk Issue Sixteen: The Essentials Issue, which will explore what we all consider the basic building blocks in life to be.
Furniture designers Stine Gam and Enrico Fratesi split their time between Denmark and Italy. We tag along to document a typical day.
This pastel-colored frozen dessert is made with just four simple ingredients, leaving you more time to relax.
Sometimes it takes half a continent and an expensive toaster to realize which culinary commodities you hold dear.
An excerpt from Peter Block’s book Community: The Structure of Belonging focusing on how we can become better connected citizens.
Starr Hout, cofounder of Apiece Apart fashion label, talks about her evening rituals and how she’s made her bedroom kid-friendly.
Breaking down the act of communication into its core components allows us to engage with more thought, understanding and consideration.
Laughter is one of life’s simplest joys. This portrait series explores laughter in all its forms and explains the science behind the smile.
We asked some of our favorite chefs and food intensives what they’ve learned about life from years in the kitchen.
An interview with Greg McKeown, the author of Essentialism: The Disciplined Pursuit of Less, a book about work-life challenges that offers insight on how we can do more with less.
But what does it all mean? Many great philosophical minds have tried to pare down their theorems to find the fundamental truths.
This refreshing cocktail will start off your warm summer evening right with a kick of gin, honey, lime and verbena.
Watermelons are a quintessential part of summer. We’ve created a menu that puts a whole melon to use in a number of refreshing ways.
This salad recipe combines watermelon with fresh herbs, ginger and chilies to create a delectable balance of spicy sweetness.
The combination of this summer grilled seafood staple with a warm, fruity vinaigrette will elevate any barbecue.
One of the world’s most respected advocates of the Slow movement explains why we should all say no more often.
The heart of essentialism isn’t about asking how little we can live with, but determining what we simply cannot live without.
Our lives are dictated by unspoken rules that keep society moving smoothly and civilly. Without them, imagine the impolite chaos.
The whole may be greater than the sum of its parts, but photographer Justin Fantl slices and dices common objects to see what he can discern from their core components.