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HEATHFIELD.CO.UK ISSUE #08 WINTER 2015

BENJAMIN MOORE

ELLEN O’NEILL EXPLAINS THE CHOICES FOR THEIR COLOURs OF THE YEAR 2016 PAGE 34

INTO THE WILD AT ANGAMA MARA, KENYA AN INTERVIEW WITH STEVE AND NICKY FITZGERALD PAGE 04

SLEEP 2015

THE HIGHLIGHTS FROM THIS YEARS HOTEL INTERIORS EVENT PAGE 20


Heathfield & Co are stand-out designers and manufacturers of decorative lighting with clients throughout the world including interior designers, hotels and spas, cruise ships and contractors. Our comprehensive ‘Signature’ lighting range features designs from the ‘Collection V’ catalogue and includes some of our most recognised and popular designs.

An interview with Ellen O’Neill, Benjamin Moore Page 34

The new ‘Hotel’ range provides an ideal selection of lighting for hospitality interiors with an strong emphasis on value, flexibility and service. With over thirty years of industry experience and our own comprehensive UK-based production facilities, Heathfield & Co continue to provide the best products and service to an international client base.


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CONTENTS

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ANGAMA MARA, KENYA

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An interview with Steve and Nicky Fitzgerald. Owners of this incredible African Lodge. 12

THE LATEST LIGHTING DESIGNS

The highlights from this year’s event celebrating the best in international design. 46

The latest additions to the Signature lighting collection including Zola, Narcise and Grappa. 20

SLEEP 2015 INTERVIEW WITH RICHARD WAITE

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PANTONE’S COLOURS OF THE YEAR 2016

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INTERVIEW WITH ELLEN O’NEILL Benjamin Moore’s Creative Director discusses their choice of colour fo the year for 2016

THE WOBURN HOTEL, This beautiful Bedfordshire-based hotel features lighting designs from the Signature collection

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THE FRIEZE ART FAIR 2015 Highlights form the finest collections of comtemporary art presented at Regent’s Park

The elegant Rose Quartz meets Serenity for 2016 34

THE FUTURE OF KOGEI TContemporary Japanese artists explore the future of this bold and striking art form.

We catch up with photographer Richard Waitre after his latest global projects 30

SOPWELL HOUSE, ST ALBANS The beautiful Georgian country house hotel featuring lighting designs from Heathfield & Co

Highlights from this year’s interiors event with saw Heathfield & Co exhibiting alongside Luum 24

DESIGN MIAMI

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SUNNINGHILL APARTMENT This property’s newly designed interiors feature a selection of table light and floor lamp designs

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HEATHFIELD & CO | ANGAMA MARA, KENYA

ANGAMA MARA, KENYA Perched on the edge of Africa’s Great Rift Valley, the Angama Mara is a safari lodge unlike any other. Breath-taking panoramic views of Kenya’s Maasai Mara game reserve create an immediate and lasting impression while the lodge itself features meticulously crafted interiors and stunning architecture, drawing inspiration from early twentieth century aesthetics.

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HEATHFIELD & CO | ANGAMA MARA, KENYA

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HEATHFIELD & CO | ANGAMA MARA, KENYA Completed only earlier this year, Angama Mara is the creation of Steve & Nicky Fitzgerald, a couple who have developed beautiful lodges and accommodation for over thirty years. This latest project saw Steve and Nicky assemble a carefully selected team of renowned architects, interior designers and project managers. Heathfield & Co was delighted to work alongside this team to manufacture and supply a range of fully bespoke lighting designs, befitting of this unique venue. We recently caught up with Steve and Nicky to find out more about how this incredible safari lodge came to fruition. Angama Mara is the result of long held dream for you. How long ago did you start thinking about creating a lodge in this location, and is this project the final one you will undertake? This journey took 15 years from start to finish. For many years we operated a lodge about 5km from the site on which Angama Mara was built and always longed for this remarkable piece of land. We knew the Maasai owners well and asked them many times for the lease on this but there was a sitting tenant so no luck at all. We retired from the industry in 2009 and to our delight early in 2013 the call came from Kenya that the site was available and of course we said yes. We certainly would not have ditched retirement for any other site in safari Africa – it is one in a million. We took a year to raise the money and finalise the lease. We broke ground on 12 August 1014 and welcomed our first guests on 23 June 2015. It was a fast paced marathon to say the least. And yes – this is our swan song for sure. After having built and operated over 60 lodges in 7 countries on two continents we have done our dash. One of the branding team for the lodge summarised its feel as ‘fine wine in a tin cup’. Do you think this accurately describes its feel? The space in sub Saharan African is pretty cluttered with gorgeous luxury safari lodges so we made a conscious decision not to go down the ‘best, most luxurious (most expensive) African safari lodge ever built’ route. It makes it so hard to differentiate yourself even though in Kenya there are no other lodges of a similar quality. The word ‘luxury’ is forbidden from our speak. We use owner-run, lovely, warm service, breath-taking views. We want our guests to feel spoiled when they stay with us but also feel totally relaxed. Authenticity is the key. Not luxury. The architects and interior designers for the lodge have touched on the fact that while it references early 20th century aesthetics, it also incorporates contemporary touches. Why was this combination of old and new an important aspect in the design?

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Nicky and Steve Fitzgerald


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Guests love the classical safari design vernacular but it has been done – perhaps even over done – at our end of the market. Framed images of animals, old suitcases, layer upon layer of rugs, Africa artefacts, wall hangings and endless tones of cream and khaki. We are in the heart of Maasailand and as such red is our colour – a first in a safari lodge.

the era but has been done over and over again. The furniture in the tents is all inspired by pioneer furniture that Denys Finch Hatton might have used when he took the Prince Royal on safari in East Africa in the 1930’s. But the design is very modern. Old gives a lodge a sense of place and new gives it a future and a character all of its own. The guests love it.

When we briefed the architect we said ‘Don’t mess with the tent – keep it classical – but you can unleash your design prowess on the guest areas’. So the tent is classical and the guest areas very modern.

“When you walk up to the tent it looks like a classical tent but when you look at it closer, the detailing has been handled in a very Italian minimal way allowing for Nicky and Steve’s interiors to play a dominant role” Silvio Rech, Architect

The bath in the tent was inspired by the bath in Karen Blixen’s bath in her home in Nairobi, which is now a What were some of the more specific design influences museum but was made for us in Cape Town – modern, unique to Angama Mara in particular? comfortable and a totally unique design. We could have gone for ball and claw on the bath, which was from One of the most overwhelming design influences was

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being in Maasailand – but you won’t find any Maasai beaded items, photographs of Maasai warriors or their blankets known as shukas anywhere in the lodge. As I mentioned before the colour red is used everywhere. We had our own blankets designed and woven in South Africa – beautiful red and royal blue tartan (Maasai colours) but fringed (1920’s). John Vogel’s handsome woven furniture harks back to the ancient craft of African weaving but in a very modern idiom. Another overwhelming design influence was the view – its everywhere and its quite overwhelming. To make the most of this we have the only tent in Africa with an 11m glass frontage. And the whole of the guest area (22x11m) is wrapped in glass stacking doors. You simply cannot escape it. And finally we looked for inspiration to the golden

years of colonial Kenya when Blixen and Finch Hatton graced the Muthaiga Club – and our guest areas have touches of that gracious building everywhere: internal level changes, spaces broken up by columns and an uncomplicated mix of dining and sitting furniture. And the outdoor furniture we chose – another safari first – was Fermob from France. This furniture has been used in Paris’ Luxembourg Gardens since 1923 and gives our lodge that classic safari authenticity whilst avoiding the ubiquitous canvas and wooden director chair. How central was the lighting to creating the right feel for the interiors and what were some of the influencing factors for the lighting designs in particular? The most important piece of lighting in the tent was the bedside light. After having built scores of lodges we had never got that quite right – but with Heathfield’s

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HEATHFIELD & CO | ANGAMA MARA, KENYA help we aced that. Then the lighting in the tent had to be romantic and most importantly minimal light pollution seen from the Mara below. What led you to work with Heathfield & Co in realising the bespoke lighting designs? We were introduced to Heathfield by a mutual acquaintance and so it was just by chance I suppose. But even though we have never actually met anyone from the Heathfield design team they got it. All the lights we shipped from England work beautifully in the lodge. What were some of the toughest logistical challenges presented by this project’s remote location? We are pretty used to tough logistics in Africa and to be honest to be only 6 hours by road from Nairobi is pretty dreamy. Our biggest challenge was getting our beautiful goods cleared in time by local customs. The treatment we received from them was disappointing to say the least. And then I suppose I should mention the rain – it rained solidly for the last 2 months of building and installation – but we did it in 10 and half months, which is not too shabby, I suppose. We had a great team of contractors on site – 500 builders at the peak of building. All this out in the middle of nowhere. Did these logistical issues affect the design of the interiors in any way? No – from that point of view it was smooth sailing all the way – once the goods arrived on site (5 minutes before the first guests). We held some items in Nairobi but we had a huge go-down (East Africa word for warehouse) on the property and held everything there. Alongside the spectacular views, one of the main attractions is of course the wildlife. Is there a particular time of year to see this at its best? The Maasai Mara delivers extraordinary game sightings 12 months of the year. We are so fortunate in that regard. Guests never fail to return to the lodge without their eyes spinning from what they have just seen. Then of course The Migration hits town each year late July, early August and that’s when around 2 million extra animals arrive from Tanzania’s Serengeti National Park to enjoy the nutritional grasses found in the Mara. They usually hang around until mid October. And that’s when the safari lodge rates sky rocket because for some reason everyone wants to witness these great herds run the gambit of gigantic crocodiles as they ford the Mara River. But for great animal viewing at great value I would pick April, May and June anytime. You have the Mara with all its great game all to yourself without having to rob a bank.

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HEATHFIELD & CO | ANGAMA MARA, KENYA

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HEATHFIELD & CO | THE LATEST LIGHTING DESIGNS

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HEATHFIELD & CO | THE LATEST LIGHTING DESIGNS

THE LATEST LIGHTING DESIGNS Heathfield & Co recently unveiled a selection of new glass designs to join the Signature lighting collection, the Narcise and Otaka table lamps, Grappa wall lights and Zola pendant lamps.

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NARCISE TABLE LAMPS The Narcise range of table lamps are also skilfully made from free-blown glass with a number of intense colour options. The lamp-base itself casts a bold silhouette with distinctive strong lines. This is perfectly contrasted with the soft, flowing contours of the base’s colour drops available in ‘Fuchsia’, ‘Garnet’ and ‘Peacock’ with complementary ‘Plum’, ‘Chocolate’ and Turquoise silk lampshade linings and coloured twisted cables.

NARCISE PEACOCK

NARCISE GARNET

NARCISE FUCHSIA

Base Code: G/NAR/PEA Lampshade: 14” Roman Drum Turquoise Silk Shade Lining: Silver PVC Shade Code: 14RMD/STQS/SLL Cable: Aqua Twisted

Base Code: G/NAR/GAR Lampshade: 14” Roman Drum Chocolate Silk Shade Lining: Gold PVC Shade Code: 14RMD/SCH/GL Cable: Chocolate Twisted

Base Code: G/NAR/FCS Lampshade: 14” Roman Drum Plum Silk Shade Lining: Silver PVC Shade Code: 14RMD/SPLM/SL Cable: Burgundy Twisted

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GRAPPA WALL LIGHTS The ‘Grappa’ range of wall lights utilise the highly skilled, traditional glassblowing techniques that underpin so many of Heathfield & Co’s Signature lighting designs. The hand-blown glass forms are based upon a pre-1950’s bottle metal mould, providing a fully authentic mid-century aesthetic. These intricate and sculptural forms are available in four elegant tinted colour options including Clear, Smoke, Opal Jade, and Rose Gold.

GRAPPA CLEAR ANTIQUE BRASS

GRAPPA SMOKE ANTIQUE BRASS

Code: M/GRAP/W/CLR/AB

Code: M/GRAP/W/SMK/AB

GRAPPA ROSE GOLD NICKEL

GRAPPA OPAL JADE NICKEL

Code: M/GRAP/W/RGLD/NKL

Code: M/GRAP/W/OPJ/NKL

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ZOLA PENDANT LIGHTS Formed by hand from Borosilicate glass and shaped into these arresting silhouettes, the Zola Pendant is available in two beautiful and elegant colour options; ‘Opal Jade’ and ‘Smoke’. Supplied with 1m of twisted flex and a ceiling rose in complementary metal, these fittings work best with Squirrel lamps; either incandescent or LED. The Zola pendant designs were first unveiled at the Decorex International exhibition, generating a fantastic response.

ZOLA SMOKE

ZOLA OPAL JADE

Code: P/ZOLA/M/SMK Cable: Chocolate Twisted

Code: P/ZOLA/M/OPJ Cable: Antique Silver Twisted

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HEATHFIELD & CO | THE LATEST LIGHTING DESIGNS

OTAKA TABLE LAMPS The Otaka range of table lamps offer a beautiful simplicity with free-blown and formed glass bases featuring beautiful off-centre drops of vivid colour. The three colour options available in the range; ‘Garnet’, ‘Topaz’ and ‘Violet’, are perfectly complemented by ‘Chocolate’, ‘Delph’ and ‘Sapphire’ coloured silk shade linings and coloured twisted cables. The shades are apired here with Oval Satin shades with complementary silk linings.

OTAKA GARNET

OTAKA TOPAZ

OTAKA VIOLET

Base Code: G/OTA/GAR Lampshade: 11” Oval Ivory Satin Shade Lining: Chocolate Silk Shade Code: 11OV/PSAT/SCHL Cable: Chocolate Twisted

Base Code: G/OTA/TOP Lampshade: 11” Oval Ivory Satin Shade Lining: Delph Silk Shade Code: 11OV/PSAT/SDELPL Cable: Sky Twisted

Base Code: G/OTA/VIO Lampshade: 11” Oval Ivory Satin Shade Lining: Sapphire Silk Shade Code: 11OV/PSAT/SSAPH Cable: Violet Twisted

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HEATHFIELD & CO | SLEEP 2015

‘Raindrop’ by Luum

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HEATHFIELD & CO | SLEEP 2015

HEATHFIELD & CO AND LUUM AT SLEEP 2015 London’s Business Design Centre was once again the host for this year’s ‘Sleep’, the renowned hotel design event. The exhibition ran from 24th – 25th November featuring an array of exhibitors, panel discussions and an incredible number of visitors. Heathfield & Co were delighted to exhibit at this year’s show alongside ‘Luum’, their partnering lighting installation

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‘Flame’ by Luum

‘Flame’ by Luum

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Heathfield & Co and Luum’s stand featured a minimalistic yet beautiful display that included a stunning duo of Luum’s most popular installation designs accompanied by a selection of Heathfield & Co’s latest designs from their Signature collection. One of the highlights of the event was Luum’s prominently featured ‘Raindrop’ installation. This design featured hand blown silvered glass rain droplets of varying sizes, finished in a smoked tint. Raindrop was illuminated from above creating a beautifully complex series of reflections, emphasised by the large mirrored table underneath. Also featured at the event, ‘Flame’ is one of Luum’s best-known designs. Also utilising hand blown glass, the design portrays glowing ‘flames’ captured within delicate glass bubbles that appear to mysteriously float. The design was recently featured in an inspiring twenty metre tall installation at this year’s Design Junction. The installation proved its versatility by fully adapting to the more intimate setting at Sleep.

made from laser-cut brass sheet and create beautiful, angular light spills. Also featured, the Antero Antique table lamp showcases Heathfield & Co’s glasswork expertise with beautiful bubble and frit detailing. The convergence of Heathfield & Co and Luum at this year’s event continued from the success of both brands’ presence at the recent Decorex International exhibition, one of the flagship event’s of this year’s London Design Festival. Donna Gridley, Design Director at Heathfield & Co commented on the success of this year’s Sleep event “We have exhibited alongside Luum before, with the most notable example being at Decorex earlier this year. However, at this year’s Sleep we really wanted to put Luum into the forefront and present their amazing designs to the designers and hoteliers in attendance.

She contiinued “Luum is of course our partnering installation studio and we wanted to present Heathfield designs that bridged the gap between the aesthetics of our Signature lighting collection and the highly contemporary forms of Luum’s installation range. I Heathfield & Co’s featured lighting designs think we achieved that through the Hera wall lights and were carefully selected to provide the perfect Antero table lamp. The stand as a whole had a cohesive accompaniments to Luum’s contemporary aesthetic. feel and the response from the visitors to the show was The featured Hera wall lights echo their inspiration from fantastic.” geometric Mid Century sculptures whilst authentically providing a contemporary form. The wall lights are

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Antero Antique Table Lamp by Heathfield & Co

‘Raindrop’ by Luum

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HEATHFIELD & CO | INTERVIEW WITH RICHARD WAITE

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HEATHFIELD & CO | INTERVIEW WITH RICHARD WAITE

INTERVIEW WITH RICHARD WAITE Richard is a London-based international photographer whose work encompasses a cross-section of disciplines. Through his work for ‘Condé Nast Traveller’ and ‘House & Garden’, he is now sought after for his destination, travel and interiors photography by interior designers, architects and hotel groups. PAGE 25 | HEATHFIELD.CO.UK | WINTER 2015


HEATHFIELD & CO | INTERVIEW WITH RICHARD WAITE Richard’s also recently photographed the The Royal Suites at London’s Grosvenor House Hotel which featured a number of Heathfield & Co’s lighting designs. In this interview, Richard discuss photographing these beautiful interiors, some of his most incredible locations visited and the current trends in interior photography. What have been some your most memorable commissions and places visited? I recently completed a world-wide, ten year landscape photography project for Terra Firma private equity, culminating in a 220 page book and exhibitions at The Beetles Huxley and Print space galleries in London. This project included photographing included Wilderness areas of Argentina, Chile, Bolivia, Utah, Arizona, Iceland and Australia and featured some of the most incredible locations on the planet.

Heatherwick’s seed Cathedral that he designed for the Shanghai Expo in 2010. 60,000 slender transparent rods each 7.5 meters long illuminate the interior. Each rod contains seeds from the millennium seed bank and can move independently in the breeze. The Heydar Aliyev Center in Baku Azerbaijan by Zaha Hadid is another venue that I would very much like to photograph. The Center is a beautiful sculptural wavelike structure with superb interior and exterior lighting. What do you think are some of the key attributes that make an interior great to photograph? Interesting design, proportion, a sense of place and light are all key elements to making an interior great to photograph. Do you have a preferred architectural or design style of interior that you love to photograph?

I have also just returned from shooting a beautiful coffee table book for Soneva Kiri, Thailand on their I like to photograph projects that incorporate striking stunning Villas (image featured top of page). design and perspective combined with dramatic Are there any particular well-known interiors, venues or lighting. locations that you would love to photograph? You recently photographed the new Royal Suites at I have been fortunate enough to have visited London’s Grosvenor House Hotel. What was it about and photographed many beautiful Cathedrals. these interiors that stood out for you? However, I would love to have photographed Thomas

Soneva Kiri Villas, Thailand

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Grosvenor House Hotel, London

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HEATHFIELD & CO | INTERVIEW WITH RICHARD WAITE The Royal Suites at the Grosvenor House Hotel strike an harmonious balance between ambient and daylight. A subtle change happens as evening and night settings take over through the use of warm tones differing levels and light sources. This gives a sense of well-being in a subliminal way that most clients will never think about… which is the way it should be. How would you describe the overall feel of these Royal Suites? The Royal Suites combine contemporary luxury with a feeling of warmth, spaciousness and incorporate a sense of the hotel’s historic past. Do you think any certain trends have developed with regard to predominant styles of interior photography? Certain trends have evolved recently in interiors photography, one of the most common being ‘high dynamic range’ (HDR). I am not a fan of this style of work as in many cases it can look quite unnaturally bland. How would you describe your work’s prominent style? It is no surprise to me that digital photography has revolutionised the way we photograph interiors. I now have many options and tools at my disposal creatively. However, my preferred style remains natural and atmospheric. I approach each assignment on its individual merits and compliment the designer’s work on a level that connects with the viewer in a visually comfortable way, without gimmicks or unnecessary enhancements. What is your single favourite photo you have taken this year and why so? The single favourite photo taken in the last year or so has to be boxing kangaroos on a private estate in New South Wales Australia. It was a perfect combination of dawn light, mist and the completely unpredictable nature of wildlife.

Private Estate, New South Wales Australia

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HEATHFIELD & CO | INTERVIEW WITH RICHARD WAITE

For more information on Richard’s photography visit www.richardwaite.com www.luxuryhotelphotography.net Twitter @waitephoto

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HEATHFIELD & CO | PANTONE’S COLOURS OF THE YEAR 2016

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HEATHFIELD & CO | PANTONE’S COLOURS OF THE YEAR 2016

Pantone’s colours of the year for 2016 Pantone has announced ’15-3919 Serenity’ and ’13-1520 Rose Quartz’, as their Colour of the Year selection for 2016; a harmonious pairing of inviting shades that embody a mindset of tranquility and inner peace.

As consumers seek mindfulness and well-being as an antidote to the stress of modern day lives, welcoming colours that psychologically fulfil the yearning for reassurance and security are becoming more prominent. Weightless and airy, like the expanse of the blue sky above us, Serenity comforts with a calming effect, bringing feelings of respite and relaxation even in turbulent times. Rose Quartz is a persuasive yet gentle tone that conveys compassion and a sense of composure. “With the whole greater than its individual parts, joined together Serenity and Rose Quartz demonstrate an inherent balance between a warmer embracing rose tone and the cooler tranquil blue, reflecting connection and wellness as well as a soothing sense of order and peace,” said Leatrice Eiseman,

Executive Director of the Pantone Colour Institute. Serenity and Rose Quartz for Fashion The combination of Serenity and Rose Quartz was featured on the runways for both men and women and highlighted in the PANTONE Fashion Colour Report Spring 2016 with Emilio Pucci, Leanne Marshall, BCBG and Richard James, among others who incorporated this harmonious colour pairing into their recent collections. Playful yet sophisticated, this colour duo makes a striking statement on its own, though it works equally well as an accent when joined with other shades. With playful escapism as a theme for many, the pairing of shades can be expressed through patterning, plaids, floral prints, striping and colour blocking.

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HEATHFIELD & CO | PANTONE’S COLOURS OF THE YEAR 2016

‘ROSE QUARTZ’ LIGHTING PICKS ‘Rose Gold’ is one of Heathfield & Co’s key colour tones for 2015 featuring as a colour option for several glass designs including the Mae, Esther and Eugenie and Grappa ranges from the Signature collection, as well as the Tulipe and Celeste Pendant lights, as part of the recently launched Zoffany Collection. All of these designs share a mid-century influenced aesthetic with beautifully textured and sculpted hand blown forms. The delicate and understated beauty of these Rose Gold pieces provides the perfect reference point to Pantone’s elegant ‘Rose Quartz’.

EUGENIE SMOKE

EUGENIE SMOKE

EUGENIE SMOKE

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EUGENIE SMOKE

EUGENIE SMOKE

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HEATHFIELD & CO | PANTONE’S COLOURS OF THE YEAR 2016

‘SERENITY’ LIGHTING PICKS ‘Vintage Blue’ has also featured prominently as one of the new colour options for 2015. The colour, which featured among the Esther and Mae range of glass table lamps effectively references Pantone’s ‘Serenity’. Subtle variations on the hue are beautiful presented in other glass designs from the Signature collection including the Abies Murano Blue, Otaka Topaz, Esme Sapphire and Brackett Antique Blue glass table lamps.

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HEATHFIELD & CO | INTERVIEW WITH ELLEN O’NEILL

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HEATHFIELD & CO | INTERVIEW WITH ELLEN O’NEILL

AN INTERVIEW WITH ELLEN O’NEILL Benjamin Moore recently revealed its ‘Colour of the Year’ and trend colours for 2016. One of the key figures behind the selection process of these colours is Ellen O’Neill, Benjamin Moore’s Creative Director. Ellen leads the company’s creative and colour teams that drive inspiration through colour tools and forecasting. She is also one of the interior design industry’s most influential style makers and has been featured numerous magazines and is a regular contributing editor for House Beautiful magazine. In this interview, Ellen explains the choice of ‘Simply White’ as the 2016 Colour of the Year and the most effective ways to utilise the colour in interiors.

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HEATHFIELD & CO | INTERVIEW WITH ELLEN O’NEILL What led you to choose ‘Simply White’ as your colour of the year for 2016?

Medina 2 Ball 5 Light Pendant Fitting featured in the Elan Spa

“As ‘insiders’ in a premiere paint company, the Colour Team fields customer’s paint questions as part of the process of simplifying the colour conundrum. White is the colour that provokes the most questions – people are obsessed with white, its symbolism, its iconography, its behaviour. White is a design essential, a necessity. We elected to give white the recognition it deserves and select it as Colour of the Year. The Colour of the year is determined from months of trend research. What are some of the major events, industries etc that you studied as part of this research? The Colour Team is attuned to colour cues in everyday life – colour combinations in apparel, retail design, restaurant design, signage, food markets, nature. We layer these with trips to international industry trade shows such as Maison & Objet in Paris, Salone del Mobile in Milan, Art Basel in Miami as well as domestic trade shows in the home furnishings, apparel, gift, auto, food and packaging industries. As well as of course featuring the colour of the year, the trend colours for 2016 also feature some vibrant selections such as ‘Ravishing Red’, ‘Banana Yellow’, ‘Patriot Blue’ and ‘Royal Flush’. What led you to incorporate these shades into the trend selection for 2016? During our research, we noticed the preponderance of high chroma colours, especially Yves Klein Blue, a close match to our Patriot Blue 2064-20. We felt the pairing of these colors with white was an energetic option for using white especially in modern design schemes.

Spire Black Lacquer Table Lamps

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HEATHFIELD & CO | INTERVIEW WITH ELLEN O’NEILL

WALLS: Simply White OC-117, Regal Select, Flat TRIM: Ice Mist OC-67, Regal Select, Semi-Gloss

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WALLS: Paper White OC-55, Aura, Matte ACCENT WALL & WINDOW TRIM: Ravishing Red 2008-10, Aura, Matte (wall), Aura, Semi-Gloss (window trim)

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HEATHFIELD & CO | INTERVIEW WITH ELLEN O’NEILL It’s been mentioned how effective using white can be in an interior when combined with varying shades. Would you recommend combining ‘Simply White’ with some of the other white tones included in your 2016 trend colours? I think my favorite white layer is depicted on the cover of our Colour Trends 2016 colour card. We layered Simply White OC-117 with Ballet White OC-9, Mascarpone AF-20 and Paper White OC-55, creating a seamless, soft, romantic environment. Aside from the collection of white tones, what is your favourite individual colour from the 2016 trend colour selection? I’m tempted to say Black Ink 2127-20 but I will concede it is French Press AF-170. I’m not usually a fan of browns in rooms but this colour was rich and very seductive. Which Heathfield & Co lighting designs would you chose to pair with your trend colours? I would select the Derwent Rectangular ceiling fixtures

Ellen O’Neill

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to emphasise the white-on-white story. The tripod antique oak floor lamp is the perfect fixture for our white-on-wood story, illustrating how organic materials warm up whites. The Dakota line of table lamps in any metallic finish also provides an attractive palette of lampshade colours that would coordinate well with our 2016 color palette. How would you summarise the overall feel and mood of the 2015 colour trends? I think we were excited to celebrate a colour that was right under our nose. White can be invisible to some, obsessed over by others. We knew it would be a controversial choice but it has been a successful campaign and provoked conversation among the architect, the contractor, real estate, manufacturing, the cosmetics and the automotive industry. It has also helped the consumer simplify the selection process. Benjamin Moore offers more than 250 whites. Simply said, SIMPLY WHITE”


HEATHFIELD & CO | INTERVIEW WITH ELLEN O’NEILL

WALLS: Paper White OC-55, Natura, Flat TRIM: Ice Mist OC-67, Natura, Semi-Gloss FLOOR: Ice Mist OC-67, Floor & Patio, Low Sheen

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HEATHFIELD & CO | DESIGN MIAMI 2015

DESIGN MIAMI Design Miami is one of the global forums for design. Each fair brings together a selection of influential collectors, gallerists, designers, curators and critics from around the world in celebration of design culture and commerce.

Sarah Myerscough Gallery/London Image Credit: James Harris

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HEATHFIELD & CO | DESIGN MIAMI 2015

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HEATHFIELD & CO | DESIGN MIAMI 2015 Occurring alongside the Art Basel fairs in Miami, USA each December and Basel, Switzerland each June, Design Miami has become one of the premier venues for collecting, exhibiting, discussing and creating collectible design. This years event attracted mor than 36,500 attendees. Running form the 2nd – 6th December, the fair offered works from galleries based on five continents specialising in everything from classic early twentieth century design to the conceptual cutting edge. Featured work ranged from full-sized architectural elements to delicate jewellery, by designers from as far afield as the Philippines and Japan, South Africa and Brazil. The presentations of the exhibiting galleries was supported by an extensive program of satellite projects, collaborations and commissions, which this year included a number of installations, exhibitions, dynamic talks, and innovative retail concepts.

Medina 2 Ball 5 Light Pendant Fitting featured in the Elan Spa

Sarah Myerscough Gallery/London Image Credit: James Harris

Friedman Benda/ New York Image Credit: James Harris

The event offered a range of talks with leading figures from the design world discussing diverse and relevant topics. This year’s talks included conversations with Design Visionary Yves Behar, landscape architect Peter Wirtz and photographer Todd Eberle. This year also saw a number of firsts for the fair. The abiding strength of interest in design from Brazil was marked by the inaugural participation of Firma Casa from Sao Paulo. Design Miami’s dedication to supporting young and emerging design talent took a new turn as the fair also partnered with Harvard University Graduate School of Design on a unique pavilion commission. This commission represents the first time Design Miami has collaborated with a school and the first design competition organised by the fair.

Gallery ALL/ Beijing & Los Angeles Image Credit: James Table HarrisLamps Spire Black Lacquer

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HEATHFIELD & CO | DESIGN MIAMI 2015

Galerie VIVD/ Rotterdam Image Credit: James Harris

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HEATHFIELD & CO | SOPWELL HOUSE, ST ALBANS

Derwent Rectangle Antique Brass Wall Lights within ‘Mews Suites’ interior

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HEATHFIELD & CO | SOPWELL HOUSE, ST ALBANS

SOPWELL HOUSE, ST ALBANS Sopwell House is a beautiful Georgian country house hotel located in rural surroundings near the historic Roman town of St. Albans, Hertfordshire. The hotel features a number of Heathfield & Co lighting designs including wall, foor and table lighting designs from the Signature collection.

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HEATHFIELD & CO | SOPWELL HOUSE, ST ALBANS Set within twelve acres of countryside, the house itself dates back several hundred years with the earliest known reference to the property being recorded in 1603. In the late 1960s, the property underwent a conversion to a hotel. Since then, the house has been continuously developed and modernised whilst simultaneously retaining the authenticity and character of its rich and varied history. The four star hotel has also been awarded a number of titles including, most reently, being awarded ‘Best for Meetings’ at the Conde Nast Johansens 2015 UK & Ireland Awards for Excellence, and being awarded Tripadvisor’s ‘Certificate of Excellence 2014’.

Holt Six Arm Pendant within ‘Cocktail Lounge’ interior

Designs from Heathfield & Co’s Signature lighting collection are featured throughout a number of the hotels interiors. These include a selection of pendant lights, bathroom wall lights, floor lamps and table lamps featured throughout the hotels interiors including guest rooms, bathrooms, and communal areas including a lounge Bar and reception area with. Featured products include: Derwent Antique Brass Medium Cube Pendant Finn Bronze Table Lamp Pithos Black Nickel Table Lamp Derwent Rectangle Antique Brass Wall Lights Ariadne Smoke Table Lamps Broxburn Chrome Table Lamp Cuba Floor Lamp Czarina Six Arm Gold Pendant Czarina Four Arm Gold Pendant Holt Six Arm Pendant Celine Bronze Table Lamp

Derwent Antique Brass Medium Cube Pendant & Finn Bronze Table Lampin ‘Mews Suite’ interior

Cuba Floor Lamp in ‘Superior Room’ interior

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HEATHFIELD & CO | SOPWELL HOUSE, ST ALBANS

Ariadne Smoke Table Lamps within ‘Mews Suites’ interior

Czarina Six Arm Gold Pendant within ‘Cocktail Lounge’ interior

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HEATHFIELD & CO | ARTISTS EXPLORE FUTURE OF KOGEI

ARTISTS EXLORE FUTURE OF KOGEI From October 20, 2015 to February 7, 2016, the Museum of Arts and Design (MAD) presents Japanese Kogei | Future Forward. The exhibition showcases the work of twelve established and emergent kogei artists, and examines the changing role of this discipline within Japanese culture today.

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HEATHFIELD & CO | ARTISTS EXPLORE FUTURE OF KOGEI

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HEATHFIELD & CO | ARTISTS EXPLORE FUTURE OF KOGEI Kogei is a genre of traditional art that may be roughly translated as “artisan crafts” — a means of highly skilled artistic expression, both in form and decoration, that is associated with specific regions and peoples in Japan. The subject is steeped in tradition and rooted in upholding conventional cultural ideals and aesthetics through the mastery of specialised techniques and materials. While contemporary kogei remains rooted in centuries of cultural history, the work of the artists in this exhibition reflects a decisive and somewhat controversial shift from that of their peers. Most kogei artists see their role as one that upholds traditional Japanese culture of the past, as it was established in the late-19th-century Meiji period, which precludes the opportunity for personal expression or for addressing more topical, global issues. The artists in Japanese Kogei | Future Forward transcend this convention by incorporating into their work a high degree of individual expression and addressing ideas about the “future.” “There is a technical ability inherent in kogei that has the capacity to unleash intense, future oriented visual imagery,” says Yuji Akimoto, Director of the 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art, Kanazawa, Ishikawa Prefecture, Japan, and curator of Japanese Kogei | Future Forward. “The exhibition considers the contemporary relevance and globalization of kogei by examining innovative applications of traditional

Installation view of ‘Japanese Kogei | Future Forward,’ 2015. Photo by Jenna Bascom. Courtesy of the Museum of Arts and Design.

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techniques and presenting works that reflect a high degree of individual expression.” The relationship of each of the twelve artists to kogei varies, reflecting the complex and evolving perceptions of the genre today. Drawing inspiration from current trends in Japanese culture, including animation, manga, design, and contemporary art, these artists re-imagine conventional processes, surface treatments, ornamentation, and figurative expression to create inventive new forms for traditional use. The individualism found in these works links them equally to art as to traditional craft, extending the vitality of kogei into the 21st century. “MAD aims to reveal the fluidity of traditional approaches to artistic expression and their complex relationship to contemporary practice,” says Ronald T. Labaco, MAD’s Marcia Docter Senior Curator. “Japanese Kogei | Future Forward presents the work of artists who redefine traditions by considering craft at the intersection of the historical and the contemporary, thus radicalising the genre.” For more information on this exhibition visit www.madmuseum.org


HEATHFIELD & CO | ARTISTS EXPLORE FUTURE OF KOGEI

Installation view of ‘Japanese Kogei | Future Forward,’ 2015. Photo by Jenna Bascom. Courtesy of the Museum of Arts and Design.

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HEATHFIELD & CO | ARTISTS EXPLORE FUTURE OF KOGEI

Above: Where Shadow Meets Form 2011-03, 2011, Takashi Ikura, semi-porcelain, 10 5/8 x 6 3/4 x 6 9/16 in. (27 x 17.2 x 16.6 cm), 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art, Kanazawa, ©IKURA Takashi, Photo: SAIKI Taku

Above: Where Shadow Meets Form 2012-02, 2012, Takashi Ikura, semi-porcelain, 7 5/8 x 7 5/8 x 7 3/4 in. (19.4 x 19.4 x 19.7 cm), 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art, Kanazawa, ©IKURA Takashi, Photo: SAIKI Taku

Below: Where Shadow Meets Form 2011-01, 2011, Takashi Ikura, semi-porcelain, 8 1/4 x 8 7/16 x 8 1/4 in. (21 x 21.4 x 20.9 cm), 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art, Kanazawa, ©IKURA Takashi, Photo: SAIKI Taku

Below: Where Shadow Meets Form 2012-01, 2012, Takashi Ikura, semi-porcelain, 11 5/8 x 6 x 5 11/16 in. (29.6 x 15.3 x 14.5 cm), 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art, Kanazawa, ©IKURA Takashi, Photo: SAIKI Taku

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HEATHFIELD & CO | ARTISTS EXPLORE FUTURE OF KOGEI

Above: Predictive Dream XXXII, 2012, Katsuyo Aoki, porcelain, 8 11/16 x 6 11/16 x 7 7/8 in. (22.1 x 17 x 20 cm), 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art, Kanazawa, ©AOKI Katsuyo, Photo: SUEMASA Mareo

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HEATHFIELD & CO | THE WOBURN HOTEL, BEDFORDSHIRE

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HEATHFIELD & CO | THE WOBURN HOTEL, BEDFORDSHIRE

THE WOBURN HOTEL The Woburn Hotel, part of the beautiful Woburn Estate in Bedfordshire features a huber of Heathfield & Co lighting designs including floor and table lights from the Signature collection.

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HEATHFIELD & CO | THE WOBURN HOTEL, BEDFORDSHIRE The Woburn hotel boasts four AA stars and offers fifty-five bedrooms with several cottage suites. All the cottages at the hotel are uniquely designed and located adjacently to the hotel’s main building. The Abbey rooms have been designed to draw inspiration from the history of the Estate as well as some of the key figures who have previously been involved with the hotel. Located in the main hotel, the suites reference the hotel family’s horseracing connection and features a standalone ‘Chinese room’. Designers Trevillion Interiors were responsible for the design of the hotel’s public areas, as well as eight feature guest-rooms and six courtyard rooms. A selection of Heathfield & Co lighting designs were utilised throughout these luxurious interiors including various table and floor lamps. Featured product include: Ariadne Smoke table lamp (Cairnsmore Cottage Lounge and Bloomsbury Cottage Lounge) Lola Chartreuse Green (Jeffry Wyatt Room) Elgin Chrome table lamp (Jeffry Wyatt Room & Henry Holland Room) Theo Wenge table lamp (Racing Lounge) Bolivia Floor Lamp (Lounge) Lunar Indigo table lamp (Henry Holland Room) Trevillion have also sourced Heathfield & Co lighting designs for a number of previous projects including Foxhill Manor Hotel in the Cotswolds, The Brooklands Hotel, Surrey, The Lords of The Manor Hotel, Gloucestershire, Hogarth’s Hotel & Restauarant West Midlands and Fanham’s Hall Hotel, Hertfordshire.

Theo Wenge table lamp (Racing Lounge)

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HEATHFIELD & CO | THE WOBURN HOTEL, BEDFORDSHIRE

Ariadne Smoke table lamp (Cairnsmore Cottage Lounge and Bloomsbury Cottage Lounge)

Lola Chartreuse Green (Jeffry Wyatt Room) Elgin Chrome table lamp (Jeffry Wyatt Room & Henry Holland Room)

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HEATHFIELD & CO | FRIEZE ART FAIR 2015

Frieze Masters 2015 Photograph by Mark Blower. Courtesy of Mark Blower/Frieze.

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HEATHFIELD & CO | FRIEZE ART FAIR 2015

Frieze Art Fair, London 2015 The thirteenth edition of ‘Frieze London’ took place in Regent’s Park, London from 14–17 October 2015, providing a comprehensive selection on contemporary art, bringing together 164 galleries from 27 countries, and attracting a record number of collectors.

The event was comprised of an array of featured artworks alongside the ‘Sculpture Park’, ‘Frieze Talks’ and ‘Frieze Projects’; the celebrated non-profit programme.

means that many more Londoners and tourists will be able to see it.’

‘Frieze Talks’ provided a series of discussions, lectures and panel discussions taking place in the The 2015 Sculpture Park was event’s Auditorium. This year, the comprised of sixteen new and programme was co-curated for historical works, many of which the first time by Christy Lange will enjoy an extended tenancy, (Associate Editor, frieze) and Gregor remaining on view to visitors to The Muir (Executive Director of the ICA, Regent’s Park until 17 January 2016. London). Gregor Muir said: ‘This The Mayor of London Boris Johnson year’s Frieze Talks mixes radical said: ‘Frieze Art Fair is one of the dissent with a focus on emerging largest art fairs in the world, not artistic practice’. only cementing London’s reputation as a global centre for culture and See below for some of the key the art market, but contributing highlights from this year’s event significantly to London’s economy. and our pick of accompanying, The Sculpture Park is a terrific free complementary lighting designs. attraction and extending its run

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HEATHFIELD & CO | FRIEZE ART FAIR 2015

Above: Lisson Gallery, Frieze London 2015. Photograph by Linda Nylind. Courtesy of Linda Nylind/Frieze.

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HEATHFIELD & CO | FRIEZE ART FAIR 2015

Above: David Kordansky, Frieze London 2015. Photograph by Linda Nylind. Courtesy of Linda Nylind/Frieze.

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HEATHFIELD & CO | FRIEZE ART FAIR 2015

Above: Frieze Masters 2015 Photograph by Mark Blower. Courtesy of Mark Blower/Frieze.

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HEATHFIELD & CO | FRIEZE ART FAIR 2015

Above: Frieze Masters 2015 Photograph by Mark Blower. Courtesy of Mark Blower/Frieze.

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HEATHFIELD & CO | SUNNINGHILL, ART DECO APARTMENT

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HEATHFIELD & CO | SUNNINGHILL, ART DECO APARTMENT

SUNNINGHILL, ART DECO APARTMENT This Art Deco inspired apartment features luxurious interiors from Alexander James Interior Design. A number of lighting designs from Heathfield & Co’s Signature collection are featured including glass and ceramic table lamps. PAGE 67 | HEATHFIELD.CO.UK | WINTER 2015


HEATHFIELD & CO | SUNNINGHILL, ART DECO APARTMENT Alexander James Interior Design comment on the design process behind this project “The brief for this extraordinary apartment was to design a scheme that was sympathetic to the architecture of the building. With the unique 1930s style of the property, the design draws upon this by using metallic blues and warm golds that were very popular in the Art Deco era”. The interiors feature a number of lighting designs from the Signature collection including the Verdi Ocean mould blown glass table lamp which features stunning volcanic frit and marble textured detailing. The interiors also feature ceramic table lamp designs including the Seville which features a Pewter glaze and the Boheme which features an antique gold leaf finish. The Bolivia floor lamp, which is constructed from finely turned wood and finished in a Wenge stain, also features prominently in the apartment’s dining area.

Verdi Ocean table lamp

Featured products include: Verdi Ocean table lamp Seville Pewter table lamp Bolivia floor lamp Boheme Antique Gold table lamp Alexander James Interior Design have also worked alongside Heathfield & Co on a number of previous interior projects including the beautiful Westbrook House and Brockenhurst House residential properties in Ascot, both part of Millgate Homes.

Bolivia floor lamp

Boheme Antique Gold table lamp

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HEATHFIELD & CO | SUNNINGHILL, ART DECO APARTMENT

Pigalle Ocean Table Lamp

Herzog Antique Gold Table Lamp BrontePewter Seville Antique table Brass lamp Wall Light

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HEATHFIELD & CO | THANK YOU FOR READING

THANKS FOR READING Heathfield & Co’s digital magazine will be published online every quarter so look out for the next issue due out Spring 2016. For the full details of any of the products featured in this edition of the magazine please refer to the Heathfield & Co website at www.heathfield.co.uk or contact our sales team on sales@heathfield.co.uk or on 01732 350450. For any media enquiry relating to press or image requests, or with regard to featuring in the magazine please contact chris@heathfield.co.uk.

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HEATHFIELD & CO | THANK YOU FOR READING

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