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Two years ago the Beninois artist staged a fake dig for treasures taken by the French — now the battle for their return is on
The group’s designers — and lawyers — have worked hard to transform a 1930s office building
Not too flashy, not too ‘fun’ — does the perfect purse exist?
A first-growth wine estate in Bordeaux is opening as a high-end hotel with gourmet restaurant
Natalie Whittle talks to the actor, producer and businesswoman about the launch of her fiction imprint
Video insights into the daily lives of small to medium-sized enterprises
A collection of disturbing and dream-like vignettes is translated into English for the first time
In the footsteps of the poet Matsuo Basho, Natalie Whittle joins a new tour to the remote villages and hot springs of Yamagata
He revisits critical battles of summer 1940, depicted in 'Darkest Hour'
La Fromagerie’s Patricia Michelson wants to banish the idea that cheese is merely an afterthought
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James Whewell on his struggle to improve the fortunes of Wyresdale Park
Photographer Tim Flach treats his canine subjects just as he would treat talkers rather than barkers
A restored Georgian country pile that’s a dream project for celebrated chef Michael Caines
This remote restaurant in the west coast of Scotland is well worth the trek
The chef has a vision of informal luxury as she puts her own name above the door at her new London restaurant
Take some raspberries, champagne, peaches and ice cream - and just add summer...
Celebrity chef’s lessons on how to run a thriving restaurant business
The Michelin-starrred, F-word-fuelled chef explains why his appetite for success has never been stronger
Where to find a summery escape from the city
It’s back to 1930s Taipei at the glamorous new restaurant from the trio behind Bao
As the area opens again after the terrorist attack, FT staff share their top spots
Expand culinary horizons with recipes from Georgia and West Africa, and ‘side’ cooking with a twist
Restaurants must offer memories, not just sustenance, the chef believes
With some 208m posts hashtagged ‘food’ since 2010, there’s a premium on pretty — and pink