Sarah Barlondo

Sarah Barlondo is the Founder and Editor in Chief at Mood Board Magazine. An entrepreneur and devoted activist, she studied Architecture at Parsons, School of Design and Journalism+Politics at The New School in New York. She founded Access New in New York, the first student coalition for students with disabilities. Sarah Barlondo is now based in London where she studied at the Architectural Association, School of Architecture and is now completing her Architecture degree at Central Saint Martins.
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    World Building of The Year 2017, and the winner is…

    The Post-earthquake reconstruction/demonstration project of Guangming Village has been declared the World Building of the Year 2017 this evening at the tenth annual World Architecture Festival, held in Berlin. The scheme was designed by The Chinese University of Hong Kong. Following the Ludian earthquake in 2014, most of the local buildings in Guangming were destroyed. ...
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    PFW Blossom: Alexis Mabille’s French Fantasy

    Generously cut silhouettes and a hint of romance, Alexis Mabille took a slightly more sporty direction for his Spring Summer 2018 collection. A peaceful invasion of happiness walked the runaway, a breath of fresh air during the Paris Fashion Week madness. “There are several concepts: destructiveness, sportswear and lingerie by Dita...
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    First stop: New York Fashion Week

    After weeks of preparation, Mood Board Magazine is thrilled to launch a new Fashion Season with a first stop at New York Fashion Week. This biannual event marks the starts of a month-long of shows where influencers, fashion bloggers and celebrities fly out to the Big Apple to get a first...
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    BERLIN: YOUR ULTIMATE GUIDE TO LUXURY

      This July, Mood Board Magazine visited one of the most vibrant cities in Europe: Berlin. Here are our top picks for a 5star experience guaranteed. Where to Stay – The Regent Hotel Welcome to one of the most elegant hotels in the world: The Regent Hotel. With Michelin-star cuisine and...
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    Champagne Gogo at Zuma London

    Celebrate summer in style with the launch of Zuma’s new menu “Champagne Gogo”. The menu ‘Gogo’ -which stands for the Japanese word “afternoon”- features two delicately flavoured mochis; sweet cherry and white chocolate and fruity guava and mango with a selection of specially curated cocktail range. The perfect combo for a refreshing London...
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    Hotel Hot List | Grand Beach Miami

    Summer has officially kicked off and travellers have begun to book their summer accommodations.  With stunning views and a terrific location, the Grand Beach Miami has made it to our hot list. See 10 reasons why we can’t wait to be back! 1. The Location Located on the trendy Collins Avenue, the Grand Beach...
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    MBM Top 5 Father’s day tech gifts

    Father’s day is coming up on Sunday, June 18 but it is not too late to get the dad in your life the gift he really wants. Here is our top 5 tech gifts under £200. 1. A gift for a cause “Your watch – Their Future” MBM loves: the brand’s story....
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    BONADEA: MEET THE FOUNDER IN 10 QUESTIONS

    Over the next few weeks, Mood Board Magazine will be bringing you a series of interviews from the most inspirational designers and entrepreneurs. For this first edition, I sat down with Bonadea founder, Gemma Martinez de Ana. Her line of products -a fusion between accessible luxury and luxury- has caught our eye, and...
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    ISRAELI BOTTOMLESS BRUNCH: Arrive Hungry at BALA BAYA

    Tucked away at Southwark’s Old Union arches, Bala Baya won my heart with its new weekend brunch menu. Not only is the food an absolute delight, the price is ridiculously attractive (£8pp). Bala Baya, Chef Eran Tibi’s first solo venture is worth the detour. BAUHAUS INSPIRED Arranged over two floors, in...
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    Next stop: Oslo Airport, the Worlds greenest terminal

    Oslo-based practice Nordic-Office of Architecture signs a 115,000 sqm expansion to Oslo Airport and has achieved the world’s first BREEAM “Excellent” sustainability rating for an airport building. The competition-winning design, which uses snow as a coolant, doubles the size of the existing terminal building with the addition of a...