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“Much of what we’d like to cover with Kinfolk is related to food, community, and the social elements of entertaining,” writes Kinfolk magazine editor, Nathan Williams. The stunning quarterly publication refers to itself as a ‘guide for small gatherings’ and is the product of a global community of contributors: talented photographers and writers who marry appreciation for art and design with a love for spending time with family and friends. Divided into three sections (entertaining for one, two or few), the aesthetic is a reflection of they way they feel entertaining should be – simple, uncomplicated and less contrived. Kinfolk magazine is one of a number of recent subscriptions now available at Office 2010 reception – we’ve sourced some of the worlds more beautiful, inspiring and interesting publications to share with you.

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