Architecture

Simple but beautiful – John Pawson with Palladio in Venice

Simple but beautiful – John Pawson with Palladio in Venice

  A simple but beautiful installation in Palladio’s Basilica di San Giorgio Maggiore as part of the Venice Biennale, http://www.designboom.com/architecture/john-pawson-new-architectural-perspective-of-palladio-basilica-architectural-perspective-of-the-16th-century-basilica-by-palladio/?utm_campaign=Sunday&utm_medium=e-mail&utm_source=subscribers   Tweet

Chelsea Fringe at Battersea Power Station

Chelsea Fringe at Battersea Power Station

Along the riverside at Ballersea, where eventually you will be able to walk from Vauxhall to Battersea Park once the transformation of this part of London is complete, there is a “pop-up park”, a temporary garden for the “Chelsea Fringe” –  an alternative to the Chelsea Flower Show, which is gathering pace across London.   […]

Interiors London

Interiors London

20th May 2012 www.interiorsldn.com Interiors exhibition set in the sterile environment of Excel, where the bland atmosphere almost submerges creative design.  Several exhibitions, each quite small, all located together focussed primarily on kitchens, bathrooms, lighting and furniture.  A mixed bag of furniture with some contemporary interpretations of old classics and highlights that were works of […]

King’s Cross Terminus, London

King’s Cross Terminus, London

15th May http://www.arup.com/Projects/Kings_Cross_Station.aspx At Arup’s offices in Fitzrovia is a small exhibition of models and illustrations of the new canopy at King’s Cross station, which is a stunning piece of architecture/structure.  Railway stations are meant to celebrate starting a journey or arrival at the end, and this does so very elegantly/ Its good to see […]