Jill & Gill: style partners for Beckett Locke.
An award-winning Irish brand with a fresh approach to illustration and print across fine art, fashion and design.
Introducing ethical fashion brand, ThokkThokk.
Striking and minimalist, with sharp cuts and clean lines. ThokkThokk is a Munich based clothing brand with sustainability and ethical values at its core.
ABSOLUTE. x Kingsland Locke.
Get grooving and moving with @absoluteishere. We sit down with the Music Curator for Kingsland Locke as he drops a soundscape guaranteed to bring only good times and big vibes.
Meet Glyn Fussell.
The man behind London's best nightlife talks us through freedom, expressionism and fun at Mighty Hoopla this Summer.
Work.Life. with Jade de Robles Rossdale.
Award-winning Creative Director Jade de Robles Rossdale gives us the lowdown on her inspirations, relocating to the Irish capital, and her first few weeks at Zanzibar Locke.
Creative in Residence Fiona Curran
To celebrate the new and exciting community in Eddington, and paying homage to the rich history of Cambridge, we’ve brought together history, astronomy and art in a creative and modern way.
Turing Locke: in conversation with AvroKO.
With a name inspired by the pioneering computer scientist Alan Turing, Turing Locke arrives in Eddington, Cambridge later this summer.
Work.Life. with Mike Will.
Visual storyteller and long-term Bermonds Locke resident Mike Will tells us his story.
Picnic prep at Cambridge’s best independent eateries.
And the hottest venue of spring 2021 is… the great outdoors.
Feminist fashion brand Birdsong’s ethical guide to East London.
The designers behind the uniforms at Kingsland Locke on feel-good fashion and their favourite socially-minded East London hangouts.
Watery wellness in landlocked Munich.
Despite being a long way from the salty stuff, Munich has a surprising number of ways to get you wet. Here's our pick.
Kraft Dalston brings the party to your kitchen
Kraft’s distillery partner, Jim and Tonic, have three gin cocktail recipes for you to recreate from the comfort of your kitchen.
Creative in Residence: Nam Tran.
East London-born and raised ceramicist Nam Tran is Kingsland Locke’s first creative-in-residence.
Grilled cheese kings Griolladh on firing up a food truck during a pandemic.
Grilled cheese food-truck entrepreneurs Griolladh talk us through starting a business from their front garden.
The culinary creatives behind Mural restaurant on their Munich must-sees.
Get to know Moritz Meyn and Wolfgang Hingerl.
Shantanu Starick, freelance international photographer, captures Dublin's creative spirit.
Creative Spotlight: Cece di Paolo.
High heels, dolls and washing machines. Chatting connection with photographer Cece di Paolo.
A perfect Dublin day with local illustrator Claire Prouvost.
The French native and Dublin local takes us along for a day in the life of a creative expat.
Sounds of South London: Bermonds Locke x Eliza Rose.
Eliza Rose's bespoke Locke soundscape pays homage to the sounds of South London.
Chef Andy Hogben is on a mission to make vegan vibrant.
Chef and founder of vegan pop-up business Alter tells us the philosophy behind his Shaman residency at Leman Locke.
Bermondsey Street Style with GarconJon.
We invited this legendary street style photographer to capture what’s happening around Bermonds Locke.
Exploring the design behind Bermonds Locke.
Holloway Li’s founders explain the narrative behind the building and its Southern California-inspired design.
Jonathan Lawes’ colourful insider guide to South London.
Jonathan Lawes is a South London-based artist whose vibrant prints adorn the custom face masks for Bermonds Locke.
“Artivist” Fredde Lanka's community centric guide to East London.
Fredde Lanka is an artist, educator and activist whose work celebrates diversity, inclusivity and non-conformity in all its shapes and sizes.
In conversation with Graham O' Donnell.
Coming to Dublin December 2020, Zanzibar Locke strikes the perfect balance between heritage and modernity. Here’s the story behind its design.
In conversation with Matt Grzywinski of Gryzwinski + Pons.
Locke chats with architect Matt Grzywinski about the inspiration behind Locke at Broken Wharf.
Invisible cities: powerful women of Manchester.
The Invisible Cities initiative offers visitors of Manchester the chance to walk the streets of the city with people who truly call it home.
Music of Manchester.
For decades Manchester has provided us with some of the world’s most loved music. Check out the city’s top anthems, and discover some new gems.
Glass House arrives at Whitworth Locke.
Get planty mate. We’ve got a huge selection of plants and flowers for you to plant and turn your outside gaff into a garden of Eden.
The rebirth of Manchester Pride.
We caught up with Mark Fletcher, CEO at Manchester Pride, to hear a bit more about the festival, the city’s gay village, and how it’s changed over the years.
In conversation with Briana Pegago, creative director.
Ellie Morag chats with Creative Director Briana on what inspires her about Edinburgh.
In conversation with Ted Simpson, filmmaker.
Meet Ted, filmmaker and director at film production studio Just Trek.
In conversation with Fran Mart, freelance photographer.
Meet Fran, a self-taught freelance photographer who lives and works in Edinburgh.
Discover the simplicity of coffee with Common.
An introduction to the team behind the coffee at Eden Locke.
Our guide to Edinburgh's best bars.
Historic Edinburgh is one of the friendliest and most welcoming cities you can find. We've compiled a list that pays homage the city’s wealth of pubs and bars.
Brutalism - a controversial architecture movement, is back in vogue with design fans as the relentless nostalgia trend continues to take centre stage.
The best East London coffee shops.
Our favourite independent caffeine corners in East London - where there’s a high chance the barista will know your name.
A new kind of hotel gym.
The Leman Locke gym has been meticulously designed by fitness fanatics, bringing new energy and equipment to hotel gyms to help you shake off that hungover fog.
Connecting culture with the Thames while providing open public space, the Tate Modern Switch House sits opposite Locke at Broken Wharf via Millennium bridge.