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18 March 2019

Laid-back glamour

Award-winning London-based creative consultancy Run For The Hills is delighted to unveil its latest stylish Central London restaurant design – Scarlett Green – Soho’s newest bar and restaurant, set over two floors across an expansive 4000ft2 of space.

04 February 2019

Untapped potential

As part of last year’s London Design Festival, Nir Meiri, Founder and Creative Director of Nir Meiri design studio, will present a new light collection made of mycelium.

Beza Projekt was commissioned to design the interiors for the Nest – an elegant workplace far from the mundane office spaces of yesteryear.

04 February 2019

A secret den

The TIAGO SELECT restaurant by RAMOPRIMO is mixing European underground references with urban elements referring to contemporary Asian cyberpunk culture.

Recent years have seen a real interest in alternative finishes for doors, and metallic is right at the top of the list.

04 February 2019

Biophilic beauty

Artist Charlotte O’Reilly, Founder of luxury interiors brand Charlotte Jade, believes in bringing the beauty of the outside in, by creating hand-drawn interior patterns inspired by nature – blurring the lines between interior spaces and the outside world. It was 2015 when she decided to take the plunge and launch her own brand.

04 February 2019

Developing a new locus

For the celebration of the 10th anniversary of the creation of the Science and Technology Park of the University of Porto, (UPTEC), FAHR was challenged to develop a structure for the garden in front of the central building that symbolised this mark in time and made it last in the future as a symbol of the park.

The first of its kind, Avobar is situated in Covent Garden and is London’s first dedicated avocado bar. Expertly designed by the team at DesignLSM, the brief involved creating a space that is both eclectic and ‘Insta-worthy’.

For centuries, the Carrara region of Italy has been the hub of the most prestigious and luxurious white marbles used as surfaces all around the world. Here, Gerald Culliford gives an explanation of the different types available.

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