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.
In the historical centre of Budapest, near the Castle of Buda, lies an apartment with the most beautiful view of the city.
COCOONS is looking at new ways of using silkworms’ cocoons without killing the worm which usually happens in the silk production.
Tabarka Studio will open its first flagship showroom in the heart of LA’s luxury design neighbourhood of the La Cienega Design Quarter this spring, with a new terrazzo flooring collection celebrating Southern California’s Mid-Century splendour.
Nostalgia meets modernity in a 1930s villa where an opulent marble bathroom inspired by the hedonistic hammams of Turkey and the Balkans has been created.
Known for its uncomplicated, clean aesthetic, Mid-Century Modern style still looks as fresh today as it did 50 years ago. Organic shapes, tapered legs and natural materials combine to create designs that are both stylish and comfortable. Here, British furniture and furnishing brand, Heal’s, give and overview of the design trend.
If there’s one place that should be the centre of a homeowner’s happiness, it’s their outdoor living space. As the great Anton Chekhov once said: “People don’t notice whether it’s winter or summer when they’re happy.” And it’s true. Few things are better than endless days of relaxation in your own private paradise. Here, Cape Reed International, a specialist in creating eco-friendly customised outdoor living spaces, discusses three very different outdoor living spaces.