In this volume, we meet with gallerist turned baker, Ruth Barry, to talk career changes and the life-giving experience of rebellious choices. In Scotland, we travel to a minimalist’s getaway, Porteous’ Studio, carved from a dilapidated workshop. Moving to the Americas, we deep-dive into social perspectives via the aerial photography of Alex MacLean, analyzing what it means to see the big picture from above. In New York City, we rediscover a piece of Japan at Isamu Noguchi’s Akari exhibition, exploring the ethereal beauty of paper lanterns. Finally, we make our way to Ukraine, where we discover a new destination from the architectural era of Soviet Modernism at the Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv.