Calming, soft and cosy are words we all use to describe our ideal bedroom. We are always looking to design our bedrooms into a serene retreat where we can unwind. It is no wonder that with the hustle and bustle of our daily lives and hectic schedules that we seek a calming retreat to relax and revitalise.
Asia Week at Design Centre, Chelsea Harbour, in association with Asian Art in London, is a multi-dimensional exhibition that will run from 5 until 9 November 2018. Attracting top designers, architects, international collectors, art-lovers and style-seekers, it will celebrate the influence of Asian art, culture and creativity from across the region.
Granted a Grade II* Listing in 1954, Christchurch, 35 Cosway Street is a distinctive deconsecrated church in the Lisson Grove Conservation Area. With so much decorative detailing inside and out, it has made the change of use and renovations quite challenging.
The Arch London is a majestic boutique Hotel located in one of the most characterful of London districts, Marble Arch. The hotel cleverly blends Georgian architecture and inspired contemporary touches.
For specifiers looking for a seating solution that delivers a modern retro vibe, Lyndon has the answer. With a respectful hint of retro cool, the handcrafted Callisto collection offers crisp contemporary lines and reassuring comfort that is nostalgic of the 1950’s and perfect for hotels, restaurants, work cafés and bars.
Sleep, Europe’s leading hotel design and development event, has announced the next stage in its evolution. This year, it becomes Sleep + Eat, reflecting the growing interconnectedness of restaurants, bars and hotels in creating the full hospitality experience. The show will also be relocating to Olympia London’s National Hall.