Former chef Amber Morrison’s outdoor kitchen and dining area in Hawaii
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Beyond the burger: the rise of outdoor kitchens

Why ‘modernist-Neanderthals’ are heading outside to cook – and not just for barbecues

Helene Gayle
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Inside the home of Care USA chief Helene Gayle

The head of the humanitarian aid group talks about her life in Atlanta and her efforts to tackle global poverty

Robin Lane Fox

Vibrant variations to brighten up your garden at this time of the year
Grosvenor Square in Mayfair
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London’s Mayfair looks to regain top spot

A £785m development scheme aims to help reclaim the area’s title as star performer in the capital’s prime sector

Khotachiwadi in Mumbai, Khotachiwadi is a heritage village in Girgaon, Mumbai, India. Houses generally conform to the old-Portuguese style architecture. It was founded in the late 18th century by Khot, a Pathare prabhu, who sold plots of land to local East Indian families. There used to be 65 of these houses, now reduced to 28 as old buildings are being pulled down to make way for new skyscrapers.
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Heritage protection in Mumbai

The diverse yet close-knit village of Khotachiwadi is under threat from big developers

Residencial El Sueño, Costa Adeje, Tenerife, Spain

Five swell homes for surfing enthusiasts

From a five-bedroom villa in Hawaii to an oceanfront home in Australia near one of the world’s most dangerous waves

▲Hanging Baskets wallpaper, by Deborah Bowness, £185 per 330cm drop
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Wall things bright and beautiful

The final part in our Made in Britain series focuses on the renewed interest in wallpaper and advances in technology

Bowls and plates from Branksome China

Design classic: Branksome China

The shapes and colour palette of the crockery brand have remained unchanged for more than 60 years

Camping on ‘Extraterrestrial’, one of the ‘streets’ at Burning Man 2013
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Burning Man: hothouse for sustainable living

The desert festival in Nevada is inspiring new ideas about temporary homes and contemporary life

Michelin-starred chef Marcus Wareing at his home in south London
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Inside the home of chef Marcus Wareing

The new ‘MasterChef’ presenter on discovering future talent and his falling-out with Gordon Ramsay

Next to Kino Central cinema house in Mitte, Berlin

Beyond the Wall in old East Berlin

A former run-down area of the German capital is now filled with high-end homes, but are prices stalling?