Although it is undoubtedly steeped in luxury, there’s a casual, almost homey Victorian-style feel to it. A bit like an eccentric uncle’s private mansion.
A graduate of London’s prestigious Royal Academy of Arts, Wood’s work includes a multidisciplinary practice of furniture, jewellery, ceramics, and lighting.
The two locations each offer 120 varieties of cereal imported from all over the globe.
The highly anticipated 10-storey Switch House has expanded the world’s most attended contemporary art gallery by 60 per cent.
For years, Paris lagged behind its big city counterparts when it came to modern mixology. In 2007, that all changed.
The entire line is handmade either in England, Spain, or Italy and sports clear labelling proclaiming each item’s origin.
Presented by the Italian fashion label in conjunction with Whitechapel Gallery and awarded by an all-female jury, the prize is given to an emerging female artist in the U.K. every two years.
Broom’s current collection, a pastiche of sleek marble lighting fixtures, geometric side tables, and gravity-defying furniture, is equal parts fashion and theatre.
On a quiet residential street in Cambridge Heath in the East End of London sits the borough’s original town hall, built in 1910.