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Specialist architectural ironmongery company Izé has produced a unique gold ‘hand-le’ as part of the refurbishment of central London’s St Martins Lane hotel.

When it comes to paint, you’re not just deciding on colour. The vast range of finishes available offers up a whole host of options for different areas of a home, depending on the effect you want to achieve and where the paint is going to be used. There is also a massive difference in the quality of the paint. Some paints contain more cheap fillers and are thinner – so they will take more coats to cover and are likely to fade and mark more easily. Here Simon Tilbrook, Director at Fenwick & Tilbrook, summarises what each paint type is best for.

Andy Tatton, Sales Director at Boss Design, explains why ‘habitats’ are key to successful workplace design.

Origami in the Garden tells the story of the art form through a collection of over 20 outdoor sculptures.

Located on Lonsdale Road in the heart of Notting Hill, just a short walk from Westbourne Grove and Portobello Road, this former restaurant has been transformed into a luxurious, fully-furnished London home.

Sentient Veil is a jewel-like canopy containing multiple miniature sound processors interwoven with hundreds of digitally-controlled lights installed within the historic galleries of the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum.

Before launching Lulie Fisher Design Studio in 2016, Lulie spent more than 25 years working as an architect and interior designer at Foster + Partners in London and later at Aedas Interiors’ Studio in Dubai. Coming from a highly creative family, Lulie was always destined to become an interior designer. She has recently been appointed to design the luxury beach- and golf-front villas launched as the first phase of the landmark Blue Amber resort in Zanzibar.

Armourcoat surface finishes have played a central role in the comprehensive refurbishment of the iconic Minster Building in the heart of London’s business district.

The Old Toll House, located on Clopton Bridge in Stratford-upon-Avon, was built over 200 years ago in 1814. With its crenelated roofline and gothic windows, it is a local landmark and important Grade I Listed building. It was used as a Toll House for 25 years, before it was shut down in 1839 due to the lack of toll money.

As part of a new London based office fit-out, mrfdesign supplied a number of bespoke furniture solutions to Peakon, the world’s leading software platform for measuring and improving Employee Engagement.

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