Design

By Lauren Jade Hill | 13 Nov 2020

CULTURE SHOCK: Tempus explore the most significant new landmarks taking shape around the world

THE MUSEUM OF UNDERWATER ART | QUEENSLAND, AUSTRALIA The first two of four sites making up The Museum of Underwater Art (MOUA) — Ocean Siren and Coral Greenhouse, both in Townsville — made... Read More

By Lysanne Currie | 09 Nov 2020

Rivers of change: becoming a CEO in the middle of a pandemic didn’t quench Natalie Campbell’s entrepreneurial fire or drive for inclusion

Natalie Campbell became CEO of ethical bottled water company Belu in March 2020. Three weeks later, Britain’s Covid-19 lockdown officially kicked in. As Natalie says, “I was pretty much fa... Read More

By Michelle Johnson | 06 Nov 2020

Panerai CEO Jean-Marc Pontroué talks challenges, innovation and why it’s time to make a difference

As luxury watchmakers go, Italian-Swiss brand Panerai is still seen as something of a new kid on the block. Although Panerai was founded in Florence in 1860 by Giovanni Panerai – his shop on the... Read More

By Juliet Herd | 05 Oct 2020

Wild at heart: we find out why homeware brand Elizabeth Scarlett has put wildlife conservation at its heart

Luxury accessories and homeware brand Elizabeth Scarlett has put wildlife conservation at the heart of its business ethos. Guided by the belief that “purpose is as important as profit&... Read More

By Juliet Herd | 02 Oct 2020

How a call to help survivors of human trafficking resulted in the world’s most sustainable denim brand: Outland Denim

A new wave of small fashion brands is smashing it out of the park when it comes to proving their planet-friendly and social credentials in the face of growing consumer demand. Online searches for sust... Read More

By Harry Malmstrom | 28 Sep 2020

Princess Yachts CEO Antony Sheriff tells Tempus why he is determined to drive innovation throughout the yachting industry

With decades of experience in the automotive industry – most notably serving as MD for McLaren – it is little wonder that Princess Yachts CEO Antony Sheriff is considered a drivi... Read More

By Rory FH Smith | 28 Sep 2020

To restore, or restomod: that is the question. We explore the restomoding phenomenon with Thornley Kelham

  Classic car ownership has always required patience, persistence and a penchant for getting your hands dirty, but it doesn’t always have to be that way. ‘Restomod’ classic... Read More

By Juliet Herd | 28 Sep 2020

We travel to South Africa’s Brookdale Estate to discover one of the most exclusive and abundant wine estates in the world

  The harvest is in full swing at Brookdale Estate private vineyard at the foothills of the Klein Drakenstein Mountains in South Africa’s lush Paarl Valley. There’s a sense ... Read More

By Ross Forbes | 21 Sep 2020

Bulgari draws inspiration from classical history for new luxury Rome hotel

Bulgari is opening a new ultra-luxurious hotel in the picturesque Italian city of Rome, and they are drawing influence from the Roman empire to provide guests with the ultimate experience. Bulgari hot... Read More

By Tempus | 15 Sep 2020

Bentley Motors collaborates with Naim and Focal on a unique audio collection

Bentley Motors has collaborated with specialist audio brands Naim and Focal on two unique audio speakers, inspired by Bentley’s EX 100 GT Concept Car and designed for mu... Read More

By Michelle Johnson | 20 Aug 2020

Rolls-Royce’s colour and trim designer shares the secrets of elegant automotive interiors

Often, when we review a car, our focus is on the speed, performance and exterior look. But, according to Sina Eggl, Rolls-Royce Motor Cars colour and trim designer, the interior of a luxury ... Read More

By Tempus | 04 Aug 2020

Four very stylish ways to spend a windfall

Coming into a surprise sum and not knowing how to spend it is a nice problem to have. Of course, for many of us it wouldn’t be an issue at all because we’d have a very clear idea about exa... Read More

By Polly Jean Harrison | 17 Jul 2020

Why electric car accessories and charging points must embrace the same ethos of design and efficiency as futuristic EVs

Once considered something of an eco-warrior’s gimmick, electric vehicles have seen a tipping point in the last decade as even the biggest automotive brands embrace new electric technologies to a... Read More

By Polly Jean Harrison | 15 Jul 2020

The Marriage of Cosmos: Heesen’s ground-breaking 80m Cosmos becomes the largest and fastest aluminium yacht ever built

Dutch shipyard Heesen has been creating innovative yachts since 1978 and has delivered more than 175 boats in that time. One of their custom yachts currently in-build, Project Cosmos, has taken the ne... Read More

14 Jul 2020

What makes the Prix de L’Arc de Triomphe such a luxurious day?

Horse racing fans travel all around the world to the leading meetings as not only do they love the sport they follow, it is also a great social occasion for many of them. If it’s a luxurious tri... Read More

By Polly Jean Harrison | 08 Jul 2020

London’s historic Somerset House will reopen part of its arts centre to visitors

Somerset House, London’s working arts centre, is reopening part of its site to visitors on Thursday 16 July after a period of closure due to the coronavirus pandemic. The areas that will be open... Read More

By Michelle Johnson | 29 Jun 2020

Breitling CEO Georges Kern sheds fresh light on the future of watch fairs, timepiece trends and the new meaning of luxury

Georges Kern is a driving force in the world of watchmaking. CEO of Breitling, he has overseen a dramatic modernisation of the brand’s approach to the market, transforming the image of a refined... Read More

By LJ Burill | 23 Jun 2020

3 luxury Seychelles resorts that will make you want to book a trip this instant

As a vacation destination, The Seychelles has it all: turquoise oceans, coral reefs, powdery white sand and even picturesque nature reserves to balance out the beaches. This archipelago of i... Read More