Monocle has always been a champion of taking it slow. It has encouraged readers to dive into a lake and go for a run. To sleep well. To eat food whose makers are proud of its provenance. In a shouty, jabbing-finger moment in history, it has done its bit to argue for a new modern etiquette to be generous with our time, hospitality and forgiveness. Now its editors and correspondents have brought all of this together in The Monocle Manifesto for a Gentler Life, a book that urges us all to slow down, reconnect, make good things and see nice places. And it also knows when to wear a cheeky smile. Chapters include: * An illustrated guide to being nice, respecting your neighbour and controlling your social media rants. * Profiles of the happiest nations - and the least lonely too. * How to build a house that's good for you and your family. * Essays from leading thinkers and great writers on what we can gain if we shift gear. * The businesses charting a better course - from management to pride in production. * Food - a celebration of the locally made, the chefs that bring people together and a recipe or two. * The objects to own that will give pleasure for years. * The people who changed direction, slowed down and made it work. * The compact cities where you can run a company, be inspired, have a good social life - and be hiking in a forest at 5pm.
Number of Pages: 304
Publication Date: 17 Sep 2020
Publisher: Thames & Hudson Ltd
Publication City, Country: London, United Kingdom
Dimensions (cm): 24(H) x 19(L)
Weight (gm): 840
Tyler Brule is the Editor-in-chief of Monocle. Andrew Tuck is the magazine's Editor, Josh Fehnert is its Executive Editor, and Joe Pickard, its Books Editor.