There’s a frontier spirit that comes from living on the edge of land. Regardless of the shoreline, the pull of the sea pushes us to defy boundaries, test limits, embrace the unknown, discover new worlds. As a location, the coast offers an unparalleled study in contrasts: it cleanses and weathers, gives and takes, laps and swells. But therein lies the beauty, for in its ebbing and flowing tides we see daily proof of our own gravity, and the sheer scale of its vastness puts everything else around us into sharper perspective.
The son of a seafood legend, Jesse Sandole followed a coastal path from Nantucket to Charleston to chart his own course. Today, his two 167 Raw outposts combine new-school versions of briny classics with effortless hospitality and a solid sense of his seaside homes.
Exploring art, product design, superyachts and more with the multifaceted London designer.