Interiors

Tile Mile

russ + henshaw

28 May 2014

Over 88 hours of tiling and 7,000 tiles went into the making of Tile Mile, launched at Clerkenwell Design Week's fifth annual show. Turkishceramics partnered with russ + henshaw, an up-and-coming London-based design practice, to create the temporary, ceramic installation located at St John's Gate for this year's event. St John's Gate is one of the most iconic landmarks in Clerkenwell and is a

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Net Zero Georgina Residence

Moore Ruble Yudell Architects & Planners

28 May 2014

Buzz Yudell, principal of Moore Ruble Yudell, and his wife Tina Beebe, an architectural colourist with the firm, decided to move from a house in a large rural setting to the city in order to be close to work and within walking distance of friends and a wide range of amenities. The urban lot presented the advantages of proximity to community, yet the two wanted to create the kind of indoor-outdoor

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Lacoste Regent Street

designLSM

23 May 2014

designLSM's retail interior design team have been working with Lacoste since 2001 and are delighted to now be working on their new Devanlay concept. The Regent Street London boutique is the first to open with the new concept. The team's favourite design features include the dramatic newly created double height space and mezzanine between the ground and first floors. A new concrete staircase

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The Snow Apartment

Penda

23 May 2014

The Snow Apartment by penda is located in Zhangjiakou, a famous skiing region 160km North of Beijing, and offers a weekend-getaway for the client and his friends. The design of the apartment is inspired by a melting snowfield in spring, when nature slowly revives from winter and offers a contrast of cold and warm, white and colour. This atmosphere was translated into architecture by

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The Kings Arms

Raw Design

20 May 2014

Built in 1652 as a Coaching Inn, The Kings Arms was originally owned by the noble Beaufort family. As the building was located on two main routes through the English countryside, the highway from Oxford to London and from Bath to the North of Fosse way, The Kings Arms held a position of great significance in the local community. It had a grand room where wealthy and noble travellers would

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