What a treat I had at Wool House recently! I can’t believe that this delicious and persuasive exhibition at Somerset House, London – a fantastic achievement for curator/stylist, Arabella McNie – was only “on air” for 10 days. If you saw it, what did you think? Were you as impressed as I was? Continue reading
When I first came into contact with loop3, I was working on a kitchen and office design for my previous employer in Design Centre Chelsea Harbour. I had heard the name loop3 mentioned frequently around the Design Centre, so in initial meetings with site manager, Matt Nye, I was keen to understand the service they provided.
As an interior designer, developing an understanding of art and how to work with it, be it paintings, sculptures, or artefacts, is essential. An artwork can inspire a scheme’s concept, it can set a mood or a style, it can be the final crowning glory of a room, and, particularly if placed unexpectedly, it can increase the energy of an interior.
Lately, on my weekly train commute to London, I’ve been enjoying my copy of Alberto Pinto World Interiors. Like Pinto’s interiors, the book is finely finished: padded cover; 250 large, heavy, glossy pages. It’s a statement coffee table book really but, mercifully, my trusty tote can accommodate it!
There’s a story behind my having this book, and it all links to