In October we spent two weeks hiking and chestnut foraging in the Italian mountains with old friends, calling in at our Italian manufacturers, and experiencing a sense of renewed inspiration in beautiful Latvia.
Immersed in countryside Italy and the post-Soviet streetscapes of Latvia, our two weeks were spent indulged in textures, colours, natural landscapes, architectural forms and culture.
We couldn't help but share with you some of our favourite moments in pictures...
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