A century ago, Giorgio de Chirico painted “The Revolt of the Sage” – a ‘metaphysical’ work in which a collection of apparently-unrelated objects were combined together in inconsistent and surreal perspectives to create a new world, a world in which “time did not exist”. At Blain|Southern in London, Simon Moretti and Craig Burnett have curated […]
"The many great gardens of the world, of literature and poetry, of painting and music, of religion and architecture, all make the point as clear as possible: The soul cannot thrive in the absence of a garden. If you don't want paradise, you are not human; and if you are not human, you don't have a soul."
To be an architect means having a wide range of interests - architecture, art and creativity in all its variety of forms, sustainability, science and innovation. The greatest interest is often where these different worlds overlap and collide - that is when something imaginative often occurs that pushes us all forward to another place
"Remember that the most beautiful things in the world are the most useless; peacocks and lilies for example"
I hope to showcase contemporary design and innovation, including architecture, art, design, science, technology and sustainability, to those searching for architecture, design and art inspiration to create beauty. I hope you enjoy it and will contribute to it.
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- Four German artists with an architectural edge at Sprüth Magers
- Creativity inspiring sculptors in different ways at the Gagosian
- Restoration of an outstanding 18th century landscape at Painshill
- Always thinking ahead at the Brompton Cemetery
- Gunnersbury Park: a work in progress:
- Tobias Gibbons the Molecatcher at Hampton Court Palace
- Stormy clouds over the gardens of Polesden Lacey in Surrey
- An old and hidden history in Colliers Wood, London
- New England and the Mayflower Park Wetlands – the Hamptons in London
- Deserving greater recognition for his lighting inventions: Alfred William Beuttell
- The beauty of the Royal Botanical Gardens in the countryside at Wakehurst Place
- Beautiful gardens in a historic setting in the Kent countryside at Sissinghurst
- Are there lessons to be learnt for greening our cities as Kew Gardens reopens
- The enlightened conservation of the Mount Nod Huguenot Cemetery in Wandsworth
- Important natural wildlife reserves along the River Wandle at Ravensbury Park and Watermeads
- In the controversy about statues perhaps we should take inspiration from the Putney Sculpture Trail
- The Sleeping Beauty of Ham House is slowly awaking
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- Ian Caldwell on Optimism for the future at the National Museum of Scotland
- Ian Hunter on Optimism for the future at the National Museum of Scotland
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