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Trellik’s Charred Garden House in London

29-07-2020

Trellik’s Charred Garden House in London

London-based Notting Hill Trellik Design Studio converted and extended the ground floor of a "tired and dark" Victorian home. The spaces, designed for a couple, were opened up to add breadth to the view with plenty of windows to let in daylight, while an independent study was created in the courtyard. The project is known as Charred Garden House, and it is based on a concept of interior design inspired by both Scandinavian and Japanese style.

Lissoni Casal Ribeiro interior design of the Hotel Café Royal in London

23-07-2020

Lissoni Casal Ribeiro interior design of the Hotel Café Royal in London

In 2012, three historic buildings in the centre of London, between Regent Street and Piccadilly Circus, were converted into the new Hotel Café Royal in an important architectural project by David Chipperfield Architects in partnership with restoration studio Donald Insall Associates. Lissoni Casal Ribeiro’s project fits into this conversion project, renewing all the common areas in the hotel with elements of contemporary design while preserving the memory of the place.

Francesco Pierazzi: Maisonette in Notting Hill, London

08-07-2020

Francesco Pierazzi: Maisonette in Notting Hill, London

Francesco Pierazzi renovates a single-family home in a block of terrace houses built in London’s Notting Hill district 40 years ago, using a palette of colours and textures to amplify the perception of space in the maisonette interior.

Piercy&Company 25 Savile Row - Derwent London’s headquarters

27-05-2020

Piercy&Company 25 Savile Row - Derwent London’s headquarters

Piercy&Company has renovated a building at no.25 Savile Row, London’s historic fashion district, with all the care characteristic of custom tailoring. A light-filled atrium and a suspended staircase are the two key elements characterising the project, illustrated in the short film "Making 25 Savile Row" directed by Nick Ballón.

Touring the museums of the world... from home

25-03-2020

Touring the museums of the world... from home

From Triennale di Milano to the London Design Museum, from the Prado in Madrid to the Uffizi in Florence, from the Louvre in Paris to the Vatican Museums and the Guggenheim Museum on the other side of the ocean: these are only a few of the museums that have closed their doors physically but can now be toured via the new media.

<strong>ONSTAGE: INTERVIEW WITH SHEPPARD ROBSON</strong>

25-02-2020

ONSTAGE: INTERVIEW WITH SHEPPARD ROBSON

Sheppard Robson firmly believes in the importance of a responsible sustainable innovative design, not only from now but from the moment the studio was born, in 1938, years when people were not talking with much fervor and much concern about environmental damage and rising global warming levels. 

Counterspace to design the Serpentine Pavilion 2020

17-02-2020

Counterspace to design the Serpentine Pavilion 2020

The firm that will design the new Serpentine Pavilion, the temporary structure that every year hosts the summer programming of the Serpentine Galleries in London's Kensington Gardens, was announced on February 10. The firm selected is the Counterspace architecture studio based in Johannesburg (South Africa), led by architects Sumayya Vally, Sarah de Villiers and Amina Kaskar and, as per tradition, the pavilion will be their first work in the United Kingdom.

The Arches Project, reclaiming abandoned spaces in London

10-02-2020

The Arches Project, reclaiming abandoned spaces in London

The London-based architectural firm, founded by Tomaso Boano and Jonas Prišmontas together with Meanwhile Space CIC, the pioneering social enterprise at the forefront of bringing temporarily redundant space into productive use worked in partnership with the GLA, Lambeth Council and Network Rail (now Arch Company) to deliver a design-led strategy aiming to provide business incubation opportunities.

Iris Ceramica Group and SOS - School of Sustainability present Going Around in Circles

05-02-2020

Iris Ceramica Group and SOS - School of Sustainability present Going Around in Circles

The Iris Ceramica Group’s London showroom hosted the first of a new series of events all over the world focusing on the Circular Economy, organised by the Italian group of companies in partnership with SOS - School of Sustainability, founded by Mario Cucinella. The round table entitled "Going Around in Circles: Disruption, Recycling and Sustainability" saw the participation of Annabel Koeck, Clare Brass, Mario Cucinella and Michael Braungart, moderated by Paul Finch, director of the WAF World Architecture Festival.

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