The Old Toll House, sitting on Clopton Bridge in Stratford-upon-Avon, was built over 200 years ago in 1814. Since the closure as a timber yard in 1991, the toll house stood unoccupied and subsequently fallen into serious disrepair. It was in the top ten West Midland’s Historic England’s Register of Buildings at Risk.
A bespoke structural glass porch and glass entrance to a barn restoration; frameless curved glass balustrade to the staircase and mezzanine floor and a series of individual bespoke glass internal door installed as part of a total barn conversion project.
Kährs' newly launched French Pattern wood flooring design has been shortlisted in the 2018 'International Design & Architecture Awards', within the 'Hard Flooring' category. The awards, held by 'design et al' magazine, celebrate some of the best design schemes, product launches and innovation from throughout the world.
Sherborne House, 119-121 Cannon Street, EC4 is a multi-let property situated in the heart of London’s financial district Cannon Street, equidistant from Monument underground station and Cannon Street station. The surrounding area was initially the place of residence of the candle-makers, so Cannon Street first appeared as 'Candelwrichstrete' in 1183. The location has changed immensely over the years and is now well served by numerous bus routes and is within close proximity to many coffee shops, restaurants, bars and shopping destinations.
At its Annual General Meeting (AGM) held on Thursday 28th June at the National Army Museum, the British Institute of Interior Design (BIID) presented its two prestigious Institute awards and officially welcomed new BIID President Gilly Craft.
With over 30 years of scientific research into the physiological and psychological benefits of exposure to nature, biophilic design aims to improve people’s health and wellbeing. Here, industry-recognised biophilic Design Expert, Oliver Heath, discusses how best to incorporate these design principles into hotel interior design.