Artistic Studio is located within the heart of what was once a bustling artistic and bohemian community in London, designed by Rodić Davidson Architects.
Published in Project Inspiration
F.H. Brundle’s Head of Marketing, Paul Smith, discusses timber and the 21st-century materials challenging its dominance in the home and garden markets.
Published in i-scape
Luxury, modern hotels or those with a disability-friendly wetroom often have no large visible drain. Instead, you have what’s known as a linear screed drain. Favoured in commercial settings for their sleek, aesthetic appeal, customisable…
Published in i-nterior
With so many different types of bricks on the market, it can be a minefield for self-builders or anyone involved in renovations to make the right choice. Understanding the difference between waterstruck and wirecut bricks,…
Published in i-build
In this article, Sally Storey, Creative Director at John Cullen Lighting, offers her professional advice on choosing a lighting scheme for outdoor spaces.
Published in i-scape
Over the last year, gardens have become sanctuaries for homeowners craving a little escapism from the rest of the household or home-working setups.
Published in i-build
This month, we talk to first-time self-builder and self-proclaimed Scandi/industrial design addict Joanna Fletcher. If you’re following Joanna on Instagram, you’ll be all too familiar with her and husband, Sam’s, positively inspirational home transformation and…
Published in Innovative Homes
Designed by award-winning London-based architectural and design studio ‘Architecture for London’, this refurbishment and two-storey extension in London’s affluent Brook Green has created a generous volume for living and entertaining. The lower ground floor previously…
Published in Project Inspiration
The homeowners of an old, outdated home in London’s popular Brixton sought to modernise the property. A new double-height extension has benefitted from modern glazing solutions, and the interior has been decorated with a light-toned,…
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After Rupert and Rose McDonnell’s second son was born, the pair realised they needed a house with more space and a change of location to be close to an excellent primary school.
Published in Project Inspiration
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