February 2022

  • The Nomad Hotel, London

    NoMad London takes residence inside the historic, grade II-listed building famously known as The Bow Street Magistrates’ Court and Police Station. A collaboration with New York-based interior design studio Roman and Williams, the transformation of the storied 19th century building draws inspiration from its history and location in Covent Garden, as well as exploring the artistic and cultural connection between London and New York. It was difficult to select just three images to represent this one! It is a feast for the eyes.

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January 2022

  • Retrouvius

    The Retrouvius design studio turns respectfully re-used materials to distinctive, contemporary ends. Taking only a few projects each year, in properties ranging from contemporary penthouse to medieval priory, yacht to boutique, each is attentively tailored to the evolving needs of the client as well as the demands of the site.

    Photographs only tell part of the story: beneath the inventively applied wood and stone, the lovingly hand-dyed and reclaimed textiles, lie larger tales of transformation, and relationships with clients that stretch over multiple projects.

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  • Charleston, Sussex

    Charleston was home to writer Vanessa Bell, partner Duncan Grant and what came to be known as The Bloomsbury Group where some of the 20th century’s most progressive artists and writers came together to imagine society differently. Every surface in the farmhouse is decorated, transforming it into a living, breathing work of art. The house is preserved and laid out as if they have just left the door open for you to wander in and explore this little gem in rural Sussex.

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  • charleston house interior inspiration the bristol artisan
  • El Fenn Hotel, Marrakech

    An incredibly stylish and vibrant hotel, rooftop restaurant, boutique and spa in the centre of The Medina, there is a bold use of colour complimented by striking photography, furniture and textiles by local designers who use age-old artisanal techniques to create fresh & modern pieces for the hotel.

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  • Palefire Studio

    Palefire works to blur some of the historically distinct lines between domestic design and ‘fine art’, bringing an artistic sensibility to design for the home. Central to the Palefire ethos is the recycling and reduction of waste throughout the making process. Each light is made from recycled moulded paper pulp in small batches at a family-run workshop outside Barcelona and then hand-painted in their London studio using low-VOC paint.

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