The Postcard House is a conventional wood frame construction. Exterior materials consist of prefinished metal panels, and stained cedar siding. The building envelope features spray-foam insulation and thermally improved glazing for superior energy efficiency. High-efficiency forced-air systems heat and cool the house.
The vibrant, optimistic work of Japanese artist and doll-maker Kazumi Akao arrives in London this month, as the UK's first Gumi Chan exhibition opens at Paul Smith, No. 9 Albemarle Street.
Helsinki based interior architect Joanna Laajisto/s latest project is Minna Parikka/s flagship store in down town Helsinki. The shop is located on Helsinki/s main shopping street Aleksanterinkatu, with large storefront windows opening out to the busy walkway.
The walls of the masonry shell are faceted and heavy, and have been sculpted to provide the necessary privacy to the interior without sacrificing solar access. Designed to fit within the local planning envelope controls, the walls diminish in height when approaching the boundary...
Samuel Wilkinson's Babylon stationery collection for design brand Lexon contains a pen, a pen pot, scissors, a stapler, a tape dispenser and an alarm clock.
Luxembourg & Dayan is pleased to announce ‘A Not So Still Life’, an exhibition of two significant late paintings by Lucian Freud (1922–2011), presented alongside other modern works in juxtapositions that invite new associations and insights into the art of a 20th century master.
Thanks to our recent successes and growing list of clients we’ve been able to move to a larger office in the heart of SE1; right next to Tower Bridge and in close proximity to plenty of local pubs. Come on in and say hello to our new home, our team and our mascot: Regina Phalange.
For the first part of our series Hermès Objets SS14 we present Les bijoux. The classic Hermès styles are revisited in enamel, horn and silver. The colour palette ranges within emerald green,
The framework was combined by two houses. We connected placements, musical form, double living and master bedroom all together by different essential factors. Each factor has its own characteristic and clearly interprets itself. The movement was composed with all kinds of emotion, sometimes sonorous and sometimes whisper.
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.