Cereal Issue 15
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Cereal is a biannual print publication which explores travel and style, often through the lens of design that inspires us.
CEREAL VOLUME 15
Cereal Volume 15 has a special focus on sustainability, explored from multiple angles: From a family-run hotel in the Aran Islands and a community kitchen designed by Ilse Crawford, to the romance of travelling by train, the world’s cleanest air, and a curated selection of sustainable style. Cereal also discusses architecture with Tado Ando and interviews Greg Chait of luxury cashmere brand The Elder Statesman. The travel sections feature Mexico City’s iconic Casa Luis Barragán and acclaimed restaurant Pujol, before escaping to the Surfrider Hotel in Malibu, and a tiny islet in Montenegro.
Cereal’s creative director Rich Stapleton and I co-founded Cereal because we truly wanted to bring our personal perspective to the world of travel magazines. We come from two very different backgrounds - me from marketing, him from product engineering - but share a great passion for travel, and print editorial in particular.
Cereal is a biannual print publication which explores travel and style, often through the lens of design that inspires us. In its own way, each issue is also product of our love of art, literature and natural landscapes. We sincerely hope our readers feel inspired and educated after reading a volume of Cereal, whether they look up a new architect or artist they discovered within the pages, or book a trip that they previously wouldn’t have considered.
- Rosa Park, Editor-in-chief