The main terrace of Les Jardins d’Étretat sits on the famous cliff d’Amont. At this unique place, Claude Monet spent many long hours working on his canvases – a series of paintings and sketches based on ‘Les Falaises d’Étretat’. The connoisseurs and lovers of art from across the globe travel here for inspiration. This terrace is a magnet for artists, garden aficionados, nature, architecture and art lovers, as well as the admirers of Claude Monet’s work and successors to the master painter.
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.
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.
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.