Amicia de Moubray

Amicia de Moubray is a journalist and editor specialising in architecture, heritage and interiors. She is co-author with David Black of Carpets for the Home and author of Twentieth Century Castles in Britain.

Articles

  • The Shipping News

    Yachts and Yurts

    From Issue 15
  • Shades of Greene

    From Issue 14

    Iskenderun and Aleppo were once vital trading posts of the Ottoman Empire. Today they straddle a border and are raffish outposts worthy of Graham Greene. Amicia de Moubray accompanied Iskenderun’s Honorary British Consul on a whistle-stop tour of the two cities. She discovered the legacy of liquorice and the East’s most enticing bazaar. Photographs by Simon Upton

  • Travelling Light

    From Issue 6
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