Rebranding areas to hike up prices can be infuriating. But of the rather anonymous pocket of London where east meets west becoming Midtown does make sense. Rumour has it, it was our new prime minister Boris Johnson who came up with the name.
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Sir Leonard Blavatnik is a Soviet-born British-American businessman, investor, and philanthropist.
We made this slipcover for ‘The Courtauld Institute of Art’ who presented it to Sir Leonard and Lady Blavatnik in celebration of the Blavatnik family’s support of Courtauld Connects and the rejuvenation of the Fine Rooms at Somerset House.
The books, “A treatise on the Decorative Part of Civil Architecture Volumes I & II” describe the qualifications and duties of an architect and contains drawings and information about Somerset House from 1825.
We produced the cover using black Colorado book cloth, lined with GF smith colorplan - bitter chocolate with a gold foil.
Laura Berger is an artist that uses her art to induce time with movement, inserting the reality of the moment with playful innocence and connection to optimism. Her fem-centric work is curious and whimsical, a type of voice that is calming and easy to listen too, all while delicately commenting on female cultural idioms and society ideals.
The New York Times, Vans, The Ace Hotel, In Style Magazine, Marie Claire, Faber & Faber, Lemon Design, Cuyana, Spirituality & Health Magazine and Bitch Magazine.
A beautiful design and thoughtful materials make this simple magazine pocket a wonderful addition to any home. The pocket is crafted with the finest leather and the wall-mounted bar is solid brass tumbled to a natural finish. Both materials will age and develop a patina over time, enhancing the natural beauty. Ageless quality with style.
Each pot I make is a response to a question I ask myself. I hope I never find the answer.
Steve Harrison has long been fascinated by the ritual of the tea ceremony – a teapot-centred event brings people together and encourages interchange and sharing
Blue Projects is the exhibition arm of Blue Mountain School. Presenting a diverse programme of exhibitions throughout the year, BP reflects the experimental nature of Blue Mountain School, and aims to provide artists with a unique context, outside the traditional allery environment, in which to show their work.
Sat 25 May - Sun 8 Sep 2019
This major exhibition will examine the relationship between photographers, photography and the British seaside from the 1850s to the present. It is Turner Contemporary’s first ever photography exhibition. As well as featuring the work of eminent photographers including Jane Bown, Henri Cartier Bresson, Vanley Burke, Anna Fox, Susan Hiller, Paul Nash, Martin Parr, and Ingrid Pollard, the curators have included rich and often unknown work from across photography’s history, including Raymond Lawson’s remarkable chronicle of family life in Whitstable.
The Dorset Sea Salt Company collect mineral rich, and super clean sea water from the Atlantic by hand.
This is so they can be sure that the raw material has the correct amount of salinity. After they collect the sea from their favourite spot, they pass it through a triple filtering system, developed and designed to preserve all the goodness from the Jurassic Coast.