The love affair began when Joanne, an interior designer and Peter, a former chef, currently an art specialist, came across a group of abandoned buildings in the village of Uzes in France.
Imagine a Christmas tree, unlike all others…a work of art! If you are in Paris right now, you simply cannot miss this fantastic event, an opportunity to enjoy the designs from a host of legendary names from the world of fashion, design, architecture, art and gastronomy all under one roof!
It’s no secret that we have been following with fascination every spontaneous design project of Karina Wiciak, founder of the Polish practice of Wamhouse. Through the 12 part collection entitled ‘XII’, she has allowed her fantasy to run wild in the creation of these concept interiors.
During the 2013 London Design Festival held between 14th - 22nd September, visitors to the London showroom of Established & Sons had the opportunity of seeing a visually spectacular installation created by the London based designer, Faye Toogood.
The mesmerizing subject of shadows, the fleeting glimpse of a transient form, created through the chance configuration of light and shade, has fascinated man throughout the ages. The world renowned self-taught Greek artist, Teodosio Sectio Aurea, has captured this phenomenon and made it his medium for the production of a series of artworks.
It’s not often that we hear of such a talented young individual, whose boundless energy and unbridled creativity constantly leads him down an exploratory road to a range of incredibly diverse ventures.
A family vacation to San Francisco in the 1990s remained in the heart of a young impressionable schoolboy, and those cherished memories are just as vivid today, now that the same young boy has matured into an established artist known as Word to Mother.
As the seasons change and the nights grow longer, our thoughts turn to the festive season, raising our spirits as the city streets are transformed into a winter wonderland, the stores adorned with glittering lights in anticipation of the busiest time of the year.
Once a traditional area of Moscow, New Arbat street is now better known as a major thoroughfare, the heart of popular stores and restaurants, permitting its residents to be part of the hustle and bustle of city life, just by walking out of their front door.
Berlin-based Polish artist Monika Grzymala may begin her thought processes with pencil and paper but her dynamic installations challenge our perceptions of simple line drawings.