Articles by Julia Webster Ayuso

15/11/2017

Marie Blandin is the woman behind the organic soap brand Terra Lova. We met up for a a chat in her workshop in Les Grands Voisins, the community space housing several startups and initiatives in Paris.

29/10/2017

Poiscaille is a young French startup creating a new way of supplying fresh, responsibly sourced and reasonably priced fish. We spoke to Igor, a member of the team, about the importance of knowing where the fish we eat comes from.

08/10/2017

Founded by a Romanian coffee enthusiast and a Palestinian chef, Ibrik is the first Parisian coffee shop to showcase the art of oriental coffee making.

19/09/2017

We talk to Cathy Poirson, of Ibrik in Paris, about the art of Oriental coffee making and the challenges of starting a business in France.

25/08/2017

Check out this temporary community project in the 14th arrondissement in Paris before it closes in December!

13/03/2017

Among the variety of small-scale eateries on Bristol’s Cotham Hill, Pasta Loco is the place to go for an intimate and comforting meal.

31/01/2017

Senza Nome is a bar run by those with hearing impairments in Bologna’s central via Belvedere.

26/05/2016

Hidden in a corner in Bologna’s largest park, Le Serre is a project promoting co-working and cultural events in a large outdoor space with a communal city vegetable patch and greenhouse. Vetro is a restaurant and café for co-workers and visitors alike.

20/04/2016

Interview with Simona Larghetti, president of the association and project manager of Dynamo, Bologna’s premier destination for cycling enthusiasts.

17/04/2016

Va Mo Là is a small, characterful restaurant in Bologna set in an old book shop, specialising in regional Italian cuisine.