Kettner’s is one of London’s most precious & nostalgic lounge spots, re-vamped by Studio Ilse in the luxurious, aristocratic tone from the past.
I don’t know about you but the thought of living inside a glass house seems just a little bit daunting. A person’s home is a sanctuary – a place where you can cut loose, be yourself, and… you know, walk around in your undies goddamit. On the other hand, there would be a few benefits to living in a glass house – seemingly endless spaces; no need to paint the walls, hang wallpaper or artwork as surrounding nature would ‘design’ all the interiors. Pretty neat idea, huh?
Ace Hotel London designed by Universal Design Studio is in harmony with Shoreditch — a historic neighbourhood and global nexus of creative culture.
Daniel Chadwick’s extraordinary Victorian mansion is a contrast of English charm and crisp modernism in white, complete with an all-white clad family.
Previously a renowned recording studio for the who’s who of the 20th century music legends (think Rolling Stones, The Who, Prince, Nick Cave and Madonna), Olympic Studios in London has recently been transformed into an independent cinema, café, dining rooms, and a members club. The design concept was created by Simone McEwan, previously Concept Designer at Selfridges and Design Director at Soho House, who embraced the legacy of the building and translated it into every facet of the Olympic experience.
Contrary to what the name suggests, Lord Whitney is not an upper class gentleman. It’s in fact a name of the design collective formed by university friends, Amy Lord and Rebekah Whitney, although they admit to occasionally prancing around in a top hat. As they should, cause man or man, these ladies are good. I mean REALLY good…