BradyWilliams co-founder, Emily Williams, joined Brian Woulfe and Selina McCabe in discussion on The International Reach of London Designers. Chaired by journalist Amira Hashish, of the Evening Standard, the seminar took place at Decorex this week in Syon Park.
Decorex 2018, home to the finest talent in interior design, has provided the perfect stage from which Dragons of Walton Street has launched its new wallpaper Blossom Tree. In collaboration with renowned designer Juliet Travers, the new Blossom Tree wallpaper is an explosion of floral perfection.
Recognised as one of the most influential artists of the twentieth century, for the first time ever outside of Mexico, an exhibition of her clothing and personal possessions is on display at the V&A. We went down to check it out.
The RIBA Stirling Prize shortlist has been announced and we for one, are very excited with the list. Awarded to buildings that display excellence in design and function, the prize is highly coveted and a much anticipated announcement in the interiors world. We share our thoughts on the 6 finalists.
Lee Bul is a contemporary sculpture and installation artist whose work encompasses performance as well as large-scale installations. With her work currently on display at Hayward Gallery in the Southbank Centre, we decided to see what it was all about.
For 25 years, AXOR has been a pioneer in avant-garde design for luxury bathrooms and this legacy continues with the launch of AXOR MyEdition in 2018. To celebrate this landmark year, AXOR collaborated with Disegno during Clerkenwell Design Week to explore individualisation in design, a topic that is deeply woven into the brand’s DNA.
Bringing the Serpentine Lake to life this summer, Christo and Jeanne Claude's 600-ton pyramid installation is a sight for sore eyes. The London Mastaba is a must-see for all before its deconstruction in September.
As an agency that specialises in interiors, there is nothing we love more than daring pattern, bold colour and a fierce woman at the helm of a global brand. The recent exhibition at the Fashion & Textiles Museum 'Orla Kiely: A Life in Pattern' was therefore a must-see for us.