Blank Canvas

Blank Canvas

Loft living, as far as I’m aware, began in Manhattan in the 70s, or possibly even as far back as the 60s. It was mainly artists who saw the potential of large redundant industrial buildings, both as vast studio spaces and as unconventional and cheap places to...
Regent Street Revival

Regent Street Revival

London’s famous thoroughfare, built by John Nash, as part of a regal route linking Regents Park to the long since demolished Carlton House on the Mall, had been in decline as a fashionable destination. During the latter part of the 20th century it filled up with...
Sweeping Statement

Sweeping Statement

Stepping inside this north London house, you are greeted by a dramatic staircase, a grand piano and a vast chandelier. You half expect Fred & Ginger to sweep across the expansive cream floor at any moment. This is my first commission for Interior Designer, Andrew...
Kerry Gold (One from the archive)

Kerry Gold (One from the archive)

My recent trip to Mayo got me thinking about other parts of Ireland I’ve visited such as Kerry, a county which has it all, from sweeping sandy bays, to the jutting “gothic” rocky islands of the Skerrigs, mountains, a lake district, and bronze age...