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Remembering Zaha Hadid

Today marks one year since the world lost one of the most inspirational, imaginative and tenacious women – Dame Zaha Hadid. It’s hard to believe a year has passed – her mark on the world of architecture, and in fact, the world in general, is so fresh in my mind. “A planet in her own […]

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Surface Design Show 2017

It’s that fabulous time of the year again when we start to celebrate all things architecture and interior design; our diaries filling up with the trade shows, festivals and events that roll out over the next couple of months. Earlier this month was the Surface Design Show – being a magnet to innovative texture, surface […]

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Georgina Brett Chinnery: a less “living” taxidermy

I almost turned away from Georgina’s stand at London Design Fair this year; a shudder of discomfort overcoming me at what I thought were pieces of taxidermy staring back at me. As an avid animal lover, I’m not much for dead, real animals resurrected in the name of art. On closer inspection though, the true […]

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Amy Cushing’s bespoke glass art: The Treasure Collection

I feel a wonderful sense of escapism seeing beautifully sculptured, brilliantly hued glass. There’s something about the cool translucence that carries my mind to an idyllic beachside; often reminding me of home, by Sydney’s stunning beaches. This is what drew me in to Amy Cushing, a London-based, bespoke glassware Designer whose creative repertoire extends globally. […]

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London Design Week 2016: Hospitality Design Redefined

Mid March was London Design Week at Chelsea Harbour Design Centre. It’s always an exciting time to get inspiration from what’s new in the interiors world, to network, or even just a good excuse to visit the centre and ogle at all the luxe fabrics and fabulous furniture. “Conversations in Design” was a star feature […]

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