If there is one designer who can be credited with bringing modern design into the average American living room, it is Paul McCobb. Between 1945…
We love everything designed by Carlo Nason. Born in 1935 into one of the oldest glassmaking families of Murano, Nason one of the great innovators in…
René Groebli (b 1927) is a Swiss street photographer with a romantic bent. Like many well known photographers of the time, he worked for Life,…
The modern obsession with paint colours, the trend for bold, colourful ‘super-graphics’ which adorn public spaces and our interest in the emotional effect of colour…
Joanna Vestey is an award winning photographer based in the UK. Her work has been widely commissioned and published globally in newspapers and magazines. She…
Loetz Witwe was founded in 1836 in Bohemia and gained an international reputation for its glassware, but it became really well known in 1900 when…
Tom’s work is always characterised by strong colour and bold design. His new show opening in New York this week reveals an even more vivid…
A lot of interesting texture and colour in the fabulous work by graduates at the Royal Collage of Art show. We loved the work of…
Lulu Lytle has worked on Pimlico Road for exactly half her life; initially working for an antique dealer and subsequently co-founding Soane with Christopher Hodsoll…
The dark, thundering London skies on Monday night could not dampen the vibrant colours, throbbing within the 4th floor of the Photographers’ Gallery. The work…
Rachel Meddowes is an interiors stylist. Her skills were honed while working for Harper’s Bazaar as Lifestyle and Interiors Editor for over a decade. Rachel…
Joseph Frank furniture featured large in the recent auction at Bukowskis, Stockholm. We noted that his Floral Cabinet (pictured) sold yesterday for 31,000 Euros. A…