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DEDON collections available at Leisure Plan www.leisureplan.co.uk

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Workshop, offices and showroom at 2 Harlequin Avenue, Brentford, TW8 9EW, info@phillipsandwood.co.uk, www.phillipsandwood.co.uk, t. 020 8222 8117

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Bespoke Lighting and Furniture The Millfield Chandelier D1100mm x H350mm (plus hanging rod) Bespoke shapes and sizes are available

Here pictured in polished nickel with crystal prisms. Other metal finishes available upon request.

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AWARD WINNING HANDCRAFTED KITCHENS

“This is my dream kitchen. The whole process from start to finish was great fun, with the team at Chalon providing their expert advice on design and colour. It works brilliantly as a family kitchen right at the heart of our home, and is the perfect place for me to bake and to work – whether for entertaining, recipe development or baking classes.”

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Magnificent Stag This stately stag exudes poise and mature refinement in his pensive gaze. The European Red Deer has impressive antlers, with wide grandeur that fills the expanse of space around the animal’s body. The antlers are the stag’s most impressive assets, growing every spring up to 45 inches in length. The bright frame allows our entire focus to rest upon the stag, with the contrasts of the sepia tones adding a further level of classic and sophisticated wildlife portraiture to this beautiful image.

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60 Lighting Latest from Best & Lloyd, Lee 24 Subscribe Get BRIDGE delivered to your door, eight issues for the price of Broom, Delightfull and Focus SB six 62 Inspired by Jean-Philippe Demeyer The antique dealer turned interior 26 Design News The latest from the world designer breathes new life into a of interior design country house 40 Decorating with pictures 42 Fabrics Three pages of the latest fabric 72 Inspired by Robert Duffy Boyhood memories of summer collections from Beaumont & Fletcher, holidays with his family by the sea Zoffany among others were stirred when he saw a Cape Cod 48 Wallpaper The latest from Dedar, Ian cottage Mankin, Phillip Jeffries and more 82 Inspired by Tim Gosling 50 Outdoors News from Tucci, Theatrical flourishes add elements of drama to this designer’s project Indian Ocean, Haddonstone and Encompassco 90 Inspired by David Hare A derelict castle in the Loire Valley is 52 Bathrooms The latest from AJP Bathrooms, Matki, Volevatch and more transformed into a dream house 100 Design Trends 58 Kitchens Great designs from Reeva Design, Davonport and Charlie New technology provides a great Kingham challenge 20

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DESIGN NEWS

Sam Yuide takes a look at what’s hot in the world of interiors

DESIGNER Louis Henri has a fascination

with trees which he calls the guardians of the world. His latest painting, Natural, shows a group of trees he first saw driving out of Antibes on the coast road to Cannes when he was working on a villa project at Cap d’Antibes and which he has painted in different styles for many years. For this painting he achieved an ethereal effect using gold leaf, manipulating the mass to suggest rays of light breaking through. It was painted on gessoed board in his London studio and measures 154cms x 154xms. T: +44 (0)207 622 8343 | www.louishenri.com

The Urbo kitchen from Roundhouse unites sleek lines with new edgy urban finishes. The combination of the Driftwood finish cabinets with the concrete worktop (made in situ) and stainless steel insert is subtle yet striking. T: +44 (0)207 297 6220 www.roundhousedesign.com 26

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Describing themselves as The Art Mosaic Factory seems like an exercise in understatement by Sicis. Their superior hand-made mosaic designs grace some of the most exclusive private houses, hotels, spas and swimming pools across the world. This stunning foyer from the Design Hotel Shanghai showcases their talents, bringing opulence and warmth to the space. The walls are covered in mosaics from their Gold collection and the floor features a design from the SiciStone Collection. T: + 39 02 876 099 | www.sicis.com

Evok, a four-piece modular seating collection, from Nathan Anthony is being expanded with a sofa. Evok features a series of stacked, colour-blocked layers, providing opportunities for personal expression. In addition each layer is available in different colours, and each piece features a band of wood between the upholstery for enhanced contrast. T: 001 323 584 1315 www.nathananthonyfurniture.com

THIS STUNNING glass chandelier from Harlequin London caused quite a stir when it was shown at the Decorex interiors show a couple of months ago.The Baccarat nine Light Zénith sur la lagune chandelier has multi-coloured parrots nesting among its branches. T: +44 (0)207 384 1911 www.harlequin-london.com


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NEW COLOURS from Edward Bulmer Pots of Paint include Washstop, a subtle water-grey that expands their palette of refined neutrals. T: +44 (0)154 438 8535 | www.potsofpaint.com

THIS HANDSOME banquette from Lillian August for Hickory White provides designers with a wide mix of custom options for stylish dining and enduring fashion. T: 001 828 322 2640 | www.lillianaugustfinefurniture.com

WITH THE resurgence in popularity of period styles, luxury fireplace supplier Chesneys has consolidated its entire historical range into a single catalogue. One of the new designs, The Chichester, features moulded dog leg jambs, a repeat frieze carved with stiff leaf acanthus and a corniced shelf featuring a tier of crisp egg and dart carving. This wonderful piece is carved in Portland stone and is shown with an antiqued finish. T: +44 (0)207 627 1410 | www.chesneys.co.uk

THIS VERSATILE Sapling Cabinet from Ambella functions perfectly as a media cabinet or sideboard. Made from solid hardwood and American white oak veneers with a light brown ceruse finish. Behind doors that feature uniquely designed sapling shaped pulls, there are two adjustable shelves. T: 001 214 631 8901 www.ambellahome.com

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Florrie + Bill W

hen you hear the name Florrie+Bill you would be forgiven in thinking that there were two designers behind this innovative brand who specialise in fantastically restored vintage and retro chairs. However, the company is the brainchild of Amy Cawson (above) who, early in 2012, armed with a love of restoring old furniture and a husband in the upholstery design industry, decided to transform tired, vintage and retro seating back into something spectacular. She turned her hobby into a business after the birth of her son, her aim “to restore tired and unloved vintage and retro chairs, with modern and exciting fabrics, to provide a new lease of life for future generations to enjoy�. Drawing on the fond memories of visiting the home of her grandparents, Florence and William, with its furnishings of retro radiograms, string pictures, teak furniture and Bakelite telephones, she decided to name her company after them. The decision to honour classic designs and quality craftsmanship before it gets destroyed means that Amy seeks out great British brand names, such as G Plan, Ercol and Parker Knoll to restore. Working with, and supporting, emerging UK textile designers such as Tamasyn Gambell, Flock Fabrics, and Bailey Hills, each chair is upholstered in British made fabrics and materials where possible. www.florrieandbill.com

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HERE IS one of the many designer looks by Hickory White where custom is the norm. With 112 years of innovation and inspiration, the company offers over 40 custom finishes as well as hand-painted, artisan detailing. T: 001 828 322 8624 | www.hickorywhite.com

A MIXTURE of Revival and Edwardian door designs adorn this stunning dressing room from The English Wardrobe Company. The mirrored fret doors bring about certain elegance to any room or reception area of the home. Hand painted with a choice of oak or walnut interiors they also offer a variety of internal fittings such as shoe shelves, chrome hanging rails and shelving and internal or external drawers. T: +44 (0)148 322 5500 | www.theenglishwardrobecompany.com


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The Platonic Fireplace Company has been pushing the boundaries of style and design for more than 30 years and still remain at the forefront of contemporary design. T: +44 (0)208 891 5904 www.platonicfireplaces.co.uk

THIS TIFFANY buffet pairs beautifully with the popular Tiffany cabinet by Alden Parkes. This piece can function as a media console or buffet. It is available in either a stunning white piano finish with gold leaf details or a warm walnut with gold leaf. Both designs are accented with the company’s signature solid brass hardware. With the adjustable interior shelving, this striking buffet offers abundant storage options. T: 001 904 279 1617 | www.aldenparkes.com

Ana Barreto Interiors creates unique pieces of furniture for those who appreciate style, functionality and craftsmanship. Its furniture is exclusively designed using a wide variety of timeless and distinctive finishes. Its Richmond showroom is the ideal location for you to see their range of sofas, coffees tables, consoles and accessories. T: +44 (0)208 744 977 | www.anabarretointeriors.com

HE IS known for his signature stripe wool runners and rugs and now Roger Oates offers a bespoke service for clients who want something a little different. All designs in his portfolio can be re-coloured using a choice of colours from his colour palette and woven to a wider width and rescaled for unusually wide or narrow staircases. Â T: +44 (0)207 351 2288 | www.rogeroates.com 32

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THIS DELIGHTFUL chrysanthemum coffee table by Matsuoka is fashion forward with its charcoal Japonica high gloss top and legs and stunning hand painted chrysanthemum. Whimsical, yet artful, this stylish contemporary design takes a bold approach that literally blooms with its own special glamour. US T: 001 336 882 5070 www.matsuokafurniture.com UK T: +44 (0)120 271 7017 www.interio.co.uk


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UNCOMPROMISING devotion and attention to detail is evident in each bespoke Mille Couleurs London headboard. Handmade in London by master craftsmen, the headboards created are unique, bold yet stylish contemporary pieces that show great imagination crafted only for discerning individuals. +44 (0)207 263 3660 | www.mc-london.com

RUG AND FURNITURE manufacturer Safavieh has just launched a new designer furniture line branded Safavieh Couture. Shown here is a sophisticated urban living room featuring a Donovan tufted leather sofa, Grange club chair, Gulliver bookcase, Naomi cocktail table and Elsie buffet. The rug is hand-knotted in India of viscose from the Tibetan Collection. T: 001 516 945 1900 | www.safavieh.com

DECOREX BEST stand winner Munna, grabbed a great deal of attention with a pair of these past era inspired Babe chairs. Shown here in peach velvet their entire range is available at luxury furniture and lighting specialists to the trade, UBER Interiors. T: +44 (0)845 0773 280 | www.uber-interiors.com

HERE IS a chess set that is not only great to play but wonderful to look at. It is painted by the artists Caio Locke for Purling London. Founder Simon Purkiss said: ‘I wanted to create chess pieces for fine art collectors and chess players alike.’ T: +44 (0)777 625 2283 www.purlinglondon.com 34

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LUXURY FURNITURE and lighting specialists, UBER Interiors, supply the newly award-winning Volver chandelier by Italian brand Terzani. This breathtaking nickel chain and LED chandelier is now available in a circular configuration as well as a long format both of which were shown at Decorex. Sign up for trade member prices. T: +44 (0)845 0773 280 | www.uber-interiors.com

THE MAN RAY glass leaf mirror and romanesque table from Cox London. The cello shaped mirror features hand-pulled ivory coloured glass leaves arranged over the frame. T: +44 (0)208 880 3923 www.coxlondon.com


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THE NEW CARTER swivel chair from Lillian August promises to be one of the most comfortable and stylish choices offered by Hickory White and is available in an array of luxurious leathers and fabrics. This functional and fashionable design has unlimited possibilities. T: 001 828 322 2640 www.lillianaugustfinefurniture.com

GEOMETRIC PRINT is this season’s hottest trend. Mix a statement fabric with a classically shaped chair to create a real style statement and team with sofas in a subtle shade to ensure your chair stands out from the crowd. The Milan Chair from Delcor features a unique modern pattern. T: +44 (0)191 237 1303 | www.delcor.co.uk 36

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Artefact by Century is an extensive new collection that draws its inspiration from classical, traditional and modern furniture forms. Designed by John Black, this timeless collection of designs inspires with vibrant colours and finishes....allowing this family-owned company to continue to shine with its breadth of styles, sophisticated colour combinations and attention to detail. Fresh without being overly trendy, inspiring but always tasteful, Artefact is a prime example of what designers seek to achieve a clean, fresh look with great mix and match capabilities. T: 001 828 326 8363 | www.centuryfurniture.com

Jonathan Charles went back to 1950’s French design for this armchair and martini table with macassar ebony veneer. They are part of the Soho Collection. T: UK: +44 (0)114 245 2777 | US: 001 252 446 3266 www.jonathancharles.com

INSPIRATION straight from the horse’s saddle! This chocolate leather side table with antique brass handles and smoked glass top resonates the equestrian elan of Hermes or Goyard and it’s aptly named: The Stirrup End Table. T: 001 800 338 2150 www.arteriorshome.com


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ULTIMATE SINK-IN comfort with fabulous Italian design and manufacture - the Hamlet range of sofas from Swan Italia. This versatile range comes in 11 sofa configurations and 40 modular elements. As suppliers to the trade, UBER Interiors offer the full range of Swan Italia at prices which may surprise for this level of craftsmanship. T: +44 (0)845 077 3280 | www.uber-interiors.com

Lacaze has quickly become the go-to manufacturers to add a touch of luxury to your interiors. The attention to detail and meticulous construction is second to none. The twin armchairs featured make for a stylish playful arrangement. Combine different fabrics and finishes to create your unique style. T: +44 (0)203 659 2234 | www.lacaze.co.uk 38

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Prints by Gary Hume decorate an entire wall of this elegant living room in London which was designed by Paolo Moschino. Photograph: Simon Upton/The Interior Archive

The photograph of Gisele B端ndchen above the sofa is by Michel Comte in this New York sitting room designed by Sig Bergamin. Photograph: Simon Upton/The Interior Archive

A low wooden bench acts as a side table beneath a collection of black and white photographs in this New York home designed by Vicente Wolf.

The console table to the rear of the cream sofa by Andrew Martin is flanked by Grecian prints in this New York home designed by Philip Gorrivan.

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FILIGRANA from Suzanne Tucker Home is inspired by the Alhambra palace in Granada, Spain. This two-tone linen print is given extra dimension by the embroidery that outlines and embellishes this exotic pattern. www.suzannetuckerhome.com

BEAUTIFUL hand-embroidered Couture Cushions from Beaumont & Fletcher elegantly arranged on a sofa, or displayed extravagantly, by the armful, on a bed, add glamour to a room. Exquisitely worked, some are appliquĂŠd in hand painted silk, some are embroidered with silver and gold thread and fresh-water pearls, others embellished with semi-precious stones. T: +44 (0)207 352 5594 www.beaumontandfletcher.com 42

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FOLK, from Mark Alexander is a contemporary expression of an eclectic and diverse range of designs that aspire to capture the authentic spirit of art that make a culture distinctive. Shown is Dharma, a screen printed linen inspired by traditional Kashmiri paisley and Jepara, a pocket weave cloth resembling the handcrafted Batik method. www.markalexander.com

INTERIOR decorator and fabric specialists Violet & George was set up in 2009 by Nicky Mudie, driven by what she saw as a lack of originality and creativity in soft furnishings. The company’s style brims with English eccentricity and yet embraces a modern mix with catwalk fashion. www.violetandgeorge.com


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THE NEW sumptuous Kashgar Velvet from Zoffany was inspired by a silk ikat document from the Zoffany archive. Design Graduate award winner, Grizelda Kitching used a hot wax and a layering of inks and acrylics to create the richly textured pattern. T: +44 (0)844 543 9697 www.zoffany.com

FULL OF CHINESE mysticism, dragons, emperors and warriors this vibrant, unique design from the Belgian fabric company Wind is full of colour and would enliven any setting. This fabric is part of their Manoir collection which also contains a complimentary range of fabrics in bold colours and stripes

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Sanderson have yet again created a timeless and elegant look with their new Giselle fabric, part of the Fabienne collection. Giselle is a modern take on an archive document featuring a fabulous floral bouquet in a ceramic, available in four colourways. T: +44 (0)844 543 9500 | www.sanderson-uk.com

IF EVER a fabric needed to conjure a sense of romance and charm then one would need look no further than this Tigris from Watts of Westminister. An ornate floral design laced in a steely grey on a deep luminous ground, Tigris is the epitome of sumptuousness. T: +44 (0)207 376 4486 www.watts1874.com

The trend for fabrics rendered in a painterly style continues with the new Artiste collection from British fabric makers, Clarke and Clarke. Richly textured florals, blend harmoniously with bold stripes and intricate mosaic patterns in vibrant shades of lime, chintz, raspberry and mineral. T: +44 (0)170 624 2010 | www.clarke-clarke.co.uk

ONE CAN almost feel the heat of the exotic tropical paradise depicted in this densely patterned jungle print from Matthew Williamson’s new Samana collection. Populated with stylized strutting wildlife and printed on linen union this is the ultimate statement fabric for upholstery. T: +44 (0)208 812 3123 www.osbourneandlittle.com


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THE NEW STRIKING toiles from Manuel Canovas’ 2014 collection use the finest screen-printing techniques allowing them to capture all the detail from various historic and decorative scenes. T: +44 (0)207 318 6000 www.manuelcanovas.com

INJECT SOME Latino energy and drama with these stunning new statement fabrics from Jane Churchill’s 2014 Havana collection. From the bold florals of Ipanema and Pasillo to the classic circular pattern of the Patino fabric, the collection is a smorgasboard of patterns and colourways that allow for a near endless combination of looks. T: +44 (0)207 351 0666 | www.janechurchill.com

Danish designers, Tapet Café took inspiration for their latest fabric Willow from the beauty of the Botanical Garden in Copenhagen. The breezy, poetic and naturelike pattern is bespoke hand drawn with ink, watercolour and charcoal. T: +45 396 566 30 | www.tapet-café.com

THE DOMINIQUE KIEFFER collection by Rubelli is an array of textiles ranges from smooth fabrics that gleam to full-bodied, textured tweed in both vibrant fluorescent tones and a cooler palette of blue, charcoal, grey, turquoise and teal. T: +44 (0)207 349 1590 | www.rubelli.com 46

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SUMPTUOUS and sophisticated, the latest collection from Colefax and Fowler is a master class in elegance and exemplary craftsmanship. Rich yet subtle damask jacquards such as the Lucius fabric pictured here sit alongside richly coloured embroideries and luxurious silk sheen weaves in a jewel-toned palette of muted blue, rich red and intense onyx, teal and charcoal. T: +44 (0)207 351 0666 | www.colefax.com

A lively whirling design full of movement reminiscent of the Italian folk dance known for its agility and teasing flirtatious behaviour. This exciting pattern captures the spirit of unity and separation found in the dance with an elegant fluidity. First printed in 1806 as a 12 colour block print and now interpreted and given a modern inflection by Dandylion Designs with the use of metallic accents on a lush velvet. T: +44 (0)845 458 6803 www.dandylion-designs.com


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THE SECOND wallcovering collection from British fabric manufacturer Ian Mankin includes this graceful floral design entitled Kew. The subtle yet densely covered paper is available in Ian’s signature colours of oatmeal, grey, sage and bolder hues such as this navy. T: +44 (0)207 722 0997 | www.ianmankin.co.uk

TAKE SLEEK Italian styling to your walls with Dedar’s latest range of contemporary wall coverings. Inspired by Japanese wall coverings the Rafia & Metallo collection of jacquard fabrics backed with a nonwoven material are hung in the same way as wallpaper. Plant and mineral motifs, geometrical patterns, irregular streaks and handcrafted moiré finishes feature throughout the collection in colourways of straw and tobacco, along with vivid hues and metallic effects. T: +44 (0)207 351 9939 | www.dedar.com 48

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THE EXTRAORDINARILY beautiful Peacock Garden wallpaper is the signature design of Zoffany’s 2014 Autumn Collection entitled Jaipur. Painted by mural artist Melissa White, this amazing piece of wall art depicts an exotic Indian garden scene and is available in three colourways. The paper is digitally printed on a wide width (137cm) paste-the-wall paper. T: +44 (0)844 543 4600 | www.zoffany.com

Rapture and Wright’s traditionally printed Beauvallon wallpaper features an oversized leaf motif and is available in the earthy shades of bark, willow, mist and sunflower. Also pictured is the complementary Beauvallon fabric which when combined create a dramatic statement. T: + 44 (0)160 865 2442 www.raptureandwright.co.uk

BASED ON architectural details found in vintage tile ceilings, Phillip Jeffries Ornamental textured wallpaper will be a crown jewel in your room design. Created by layering raised metallic and matte inks the relief pattern of geometric tiles the paper simply oozes glamour and sophistication. T: 001 973 575 5414 www.phillipjeffries.com


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TUUCI takes the view that you can have shading that is as much about art as it is shade. TUUCI parasols, pavilions and lounges feature technology which ensures they can be operated with ease and are built to last for many seasons with replaceable parts and easy care maintenance. T: +31 13 522 0471 | www.tuuci.com

Haddonstone collaborates with leading designers, museums and private collections worldwide to bring new garden ornament and architectural stonework designs to a wider audience. Recent collaborators include the Soane Museum from where this Mouth of Truth Fountain was replicated from the antique. Other designs range from planters and statues to balustrades and fireplaces. T: +44 (0)160 477 0711 | www.haddonstone.com 50

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ENJOY a relaxed seating experience in the opulently proportioned Poseidon Modular Sofa. Inspired by retro Californian design from the sixties and constructed from high tech all weather ROPE and stainless steel. The Poseidon is an ultra-cool choice for a comfortable modern outdoor living. With limitless configurations including Left and Right Daybeds T: +44 (0)208 675 4808 | www.indian-ocean.co.uk

The new Royal Botania OZON luxury oval table from Encompass offers convivial dining for all, and is available in brushed or EP stainless, or sand powder coated aluminium, with a wide range of table tops. T: + 44 (0)239 241 0045 | www.encompassco.com


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BATHROOMS

PATCHWORK isn’t just for the bed. Create a highly individual look by mixing your favourite bathroom tiles in a patchwork pattern. The Made a Mano lavastone and terracotta tiles from Laurence Pidgeon used in this design are part of an eight design collection available in a variety of more than 20 colours. T: +44 (0)207 610 6166 www.laurencepidgeon.com

BEING BOTH practical and beautiful it is easy to understand the enduring appeal of glass mosaics. This feature wall using mosaics created by Bisazza, widely considered to be the world’s leading producer of glass mosaics, enlivens this bathroom setting, creating a stunning feature wall. T: +44 (0)333 011 3333 www.westonebathrooms.com 52

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IN THIS PRIVATE residence designed jointly by Hill House Interiors and Tony Taylor of Octagon Developments, the beautiful bathroom features products and fittings from Bathrooms International, including Faubourg white porcelain taps with chrome levers, the Clara Bath in gloss white, and the Diamond Deco heated towel rail. T: +44 (0)207 838 7788 | www.bathroomsint.com

Sbordoni Palladio Furniture in Gloss Grey polyester available in a range of stunning finishes and styles from a range of traditional toilets, bidets, basins, showers, baths and taps from AJP Bathrooms T: +44 (0)203 544 4002 www.ajp-bathrooms.co.uk

THE NEW Capitol bath from Devon & Devon is the epitome of Italian design. The sleek external aluminum surface is embellished with a geometric relief while the internal tub is cast iron. Combined with the Jubilee Black Lever taps and flooring from the Prestige collection, the Capitol makes a bold statement. T: +44 (0)207 221 5137 | www.devon-devon.com


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MAKE CLEVER use of storage with the Parisienne Vanity unit from Catchpole and Rye. Available as a double or single unit, the single comes with a large cupboard with adjustable shelving and two neat side drawers. Catchpole and Rye can bespoke the vanity units all to your specification. T: +44 (0)207 351 0940 www.catchpoleandrye.com

IN THE BEDROOM OF this French home designed by Sarah Lavoine, the bathroom is an integral part of the space separated only by linen curtains. Above the bath the series of framed photographic prints by Daniel Aron are entitled Les Terraces de Tanger. Photograph: Jean-Marc Palisse/Cote Sud

The designers at Fired Earth have returned to the Jazz Age for inspiration for their latest bathroom range. This Atlantic range takes its streamlined look and scale from the elegant ocean liners of yesteryear. T: +44 (0)845 366 040 | www.firedearth.com 54

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Located opposite the V&A in Knightsbridge, London’s first dedicated OASIS store showcases items from both the company’s Bathroom & Home collections. Displayed in a wide variety of textures and finishes and in a combination of classical and contemporary styles, they embody that exquisite craftsmanship and material mastery with which the OASIS brand has become synonymous. T: +44 (0)207 584 7002 www.oasisgroup.it


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Matki introduce an impressive new 12mm glass Wet Room Panel option to the EauZone Plus Collection. This panel is made from stunningly clear, low-iron, 12mm glass. The panel is available with or without a traditional rail that provides a clever support within the showering area or a useful towel rail outside of the panel. T: +44 (0)145 432 2888 www.matki.co.uk

This steam room from DrĂśm UK is both elegant and opulent. It features a custom designed lancet vaulted ceiling inset with twinkling fibre optics. The walls are finished with traditional Moroccan plaster. T: +44 (0)193 235 5655 www.dromuk.com 56

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AND THE AWARD for Craftsmanship goes to... Catchpole & Rye. The luxury bathroom designers have lent their considerable knowledge and talents to the restoration of this stunning bath, earning themselves a Distinction at the Aberdeenshire Design Awards 2014. A skilled army of polishers, enamellers, engineers and electroplaters painstakingly restored the John Bolding Canopy Bath to its previous splendour. T: + 44 (0)207 351 0940 | www.catchpoleandrye.com

LEADERS IN bathroom design, Crosswater has been welcomed by the specialist bathroom retailer market since it was established in 1998. Excelling with a vast, exciting and innovative product range has led them to become one of the most pioneering companies in the UK. T: +44 (0)845 873 8840 | www.crosswater.co.uk

From Bard and Brazier’s dusty back catalogue comes the Criterion towel warmer, faithfully recreated from an Art Deco original circa 1930. T: +44(0)121 270 2222 www.bardbrazier.com

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INSPIRED BY The Girl with the Pearl Earring, the Flo wall light from Best & Lloyd captures her beauty. It comes in a variety of colours with matching shades. T: +44 (0)207 610 9191 | www.bestandlloyd.com

BASED ON the merry-go-round ride of a traditional British fairground, Carousel from Lee Broom is a pendant light with a heavyweight presence that floats gently in space. Finished in polished gunmetal grey, 30 cylinders each house an inset LED lighting element resulting in a spectacular ring of light. Carousel is suspended from a matching polished gunmetal ceiling plate by four steel tensile wires with a single clear cable. www.leebroom.com 60

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WHERE THE intention is for light switches and sockets to blend in with the interior design and go unnoticed, paintable plates from Focus SB are the perfect solution. Plates can be supplied primed for on site painting or can be sprayed in Focus SB’s paint shop to perfectly match your colour scheme. T: +44 (0)142 485 8060 | www.focus-sb.co.uk

THERE IS more than a hint of 1950’s vintage feel to the Atomic Suspension Lamp from Delightfull. This set of glossy black and gold round shades, in an asymmetric composition would certainly be an arresting sight in any living room. www.delightfull.eu


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Antique dealer and interior designer Jean-Philippe Demeyer breathed life back into this old country house near Bruges with his intense colour palet and unusual objects

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hen Jean Philippe Demeyer stumbled across an old hunting lodge a few years ago, just a stone’s throw from Bruges, Belgium, his ambitious goal was to bring out a unique style to the original gothic interior. As a well-regarded antiques dealer, interior designer and owner of a boutique in Knokke-le-Zoute, Jean-Philippe Demeyer has a very well trained eye and hunts out unusual curios and furniture all over Europe. A select clientele come from far and wide to browse his forever changing offerings which include pieces in all styles and of any age.

The antiques dealer had been searching for an unusual place to live and work in the countryside for a long time so when he was informed that the current heirs were selling this listed estate he wasted no time. ‘Everything came together naturally, the house had been asleep for years and was so completely covered in ivy the bricks in the walls were barely visible. But despite the enormity of the task ahead, I felt like the house had been waiting for me’, he said. With a moat flowing the length of the high brick facade which is studded with large windows, the estate, which is accessed by a narrow country lane has an undeniable charm. Behind the large entrance porch and spread around a paved courtyard are the main building and the stables while further down an elegant orangery opens up onto the wild landscape. As the building is listed, the large scale work including the restoration of the roof and window frames was financed by the ‘Monuments historiques’. Jean-Philippe decided early on not to make any radical changes to the layout of the rooms. His clearly defined objective was to preserve the old building materials but to let his personality run wild when it came to the decorating by contrasting colour with austere red bricks to highlight the overall effect of a less classic workmanship. After months of renovation every room is furnished and decorated in a bright and eclectic style - the complete opposite of the traditional Flemish tones of grey and beige that, according to Jean-Philippe, are so lacking. In the private rooms, 1940’s armchairs neighbour a 17th century Spanish table, a collection of ceramics and a chandelier bring to mind the Napoléon era and in most of the rooms, the walls are painted in bright colours. The rooms are able to accommodate these vivid colours thanks to the many light sources and large windows. In the upstairs library, the small second kitchen and the orangery,

TOP LEFT: The brick chimney in the master bathroom has been painted in blue, a colour that has been used throughout the room. JPD has framed a collection of old chic postcards from an oil rig on the neighbouring North Coast BOTTOM LEFT: In the warmer months, the orangery becomes a summer kitchen RIGHT: The winter dining room acts as a waiting room for clients. The walls have been completely repainted by hand. Embossed cabochon patterns found in old style Bruges houses inspired JPD. Napolean style chandelier, 1880’s English school table and ceramic Bruges vases date from 1860 to 1930

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TOP: The red brick orangery whose French cast-iron windows date to around 1800, opens onto a terrace furnished with four wicker wing-backed armchairs LEFT: At the top of a flight of small wooden steps the library comes as something of a surprise with its lime-green fireplace wall RIGHT: Resembling a painting by de Hooch an open door from the covered brick terrace leads to the shade of the kitchen beyond

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TOP: The red brick orangery whose French cast-iron windows date to around 1800, opens onto a terrace furnished with four wicker wing-backed armchairs LEFT: At the top of a flight of small wooden steps the library comes as something of a surprise with its lime-green fireplace wall RIGHT: Resembling a painting by de Hooch an open door from the covered brick terrace leads to the shade of the kitchen beyond

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e’d all like to think we design our homes for ourselves. But if hooked up to a lie detector, plenty of us would have to confess: Yes, we also care if they look nice to others. Who doesn’t? Robert Duffy, for one. The longtime business partner of fashion designer Marc Jacobs, Duffy knows a thing or two about style, and you’d expect his getaway in Provincetown, Massachusetts, to be a major design statement, either a gleaming-white modernist masterpiece or some historic Cape Cod-to-the-rafters replica filled with glass fishing buoys and old oars. The fact that he has been coming to Provincetown since he was a teenager and even remembers this house during its incarnation as a swinging 1960s pad only increases expectations.

But the Manhattan-based Duffy wanted an idiosyncratic retreat, not a prescripted fantasy. So he did that rare thing in the design world: With the help of architect Stephan Jaklitsch and designer Richard McGeehan, he simply built a great space for himself and all the things he loves. ‘I’m a collector,’ he says. ‘My architect likes it when things are minimal, but I’m more comfortable in a room that has the things I love in it. Basically, what I more or less ended up saying was, “This is my stuff, let’s work with it.” Fortunately, McGeehan and Jaklitsch were up for the challenge. ‘It’s very personal and very passionate,’ McGeehan says. ‘Few people have the confidence to love what they love.’ LEFT: The beach-level sitting area features a 1930s Indian armchair and a sofa covered in Holly Hunt leather; the mahogany centre table is Art Deco, the painting is by Tracey Sanford Anderson, the statue is an 18th century Vietnamese grave marker ABOVE: Robert Duffy CEO of Marc Jacobs at his home in Provincetown, Massachusetts

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Even so, Duffy didn’t want his new home to stick out in the historic neighbourhood and not many places in America are more historic – the Mayflower dropped anchor mere yards from Duffy’s door. ‘I care about P-town,’ he says, using the common moniker. ‘This is a big house, and I wanted it to disappear.’ Like many in the area, the building, a traditional Cape, had been expanded and modernised in ill-advised fits and starts. By the time Duffy bought it four years ago, the floor plan made no sense, the interior was covered in marble tile, and chandeliers hung everywhere. Old Cape Cod it wasn’t. The place still features the same long, low, white-clapboard front. But much of the structure and its additions turned out to be unstable and had to be razed. The beach side was transformed with a large mahogany-and-glass façade. And the contrasts and curiosities continue inside. The interiors flow from colourful space to colourful space but rarely solidify into actual rooms or bloom into wide-open expanses. This in-between dynamic reconciles Duffy’s desire for a traditional floor plan and his wish to maximise the ocean view to the lighthouse at the fishhook tip of Cape Cod. ‘The design did start in a traditional mode,’ Jaklitsch says. ‘But over the years, everyone’s thinking evolved, and Robert really fell in love with that spectacular view.’ Echoing the duality, different rooms and areas could almost belong to different houses. The stepped-down living room is a TOP LEFT: An antique Thai gilt bronze standing monk has been placed at the top of a narrow flight of stairs TOP RIGHT: The floor and wall of the breakfast room are covered in Moroccanstyle ceramic mosaic tiles while an antique Egyptian chandelier hangs from the ceiling BOTTOM LEFT: The library, where Duffy paints, features works in progress, a mahogany table from Jacques Carcanagues with a photograph by Jack Pierson

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The living room has views over the bay and is furnished with reproduction Paul Laszlo chairs by Donzella that are upholstered in Holly Hunt’s Cuba leather, the Nepalese rug is from Rug & Kilim. The fireplace wall sheathed in green slate and a surround of ceramic tiles from Urban Archaeology, the ceiling is on mahogany tongue-and-groove paneling: the 1955 painting is by Myron Stout, and the pottery figure is from the Eastern Han dynasty

luxurious 40s-style modernist gem, complete with a Paul Laszlo sofa and chairs and a Milton Avery canvas coincidentally painted at this same address 60-odd years ago. The cool, shady master bedroom – carpeted, curtained, and wallpapered in tones of fawn and greige – looks as if it belongs to a Parisian aesthete. The library, where Duffy paints, has dark panelling, tufted-leather

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armchairs, and an 18th century japanned secretary that seems right out of an Edwardian men’s club. Meanwhile, the lower level is as clean and current as a Richard Meier loft space, with Indian Art Deco furniture and a striking red 1930s pool table. Then there’s the kitchen, a Moorish-Mediterranean blue-tiled grotto. ‘Kitchens make me uncomfortable,’ says Duffy with disarming


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candor. ‘I don’t cook, so I want it to be like another room – I want to be entertained, I want things to look at.’ Jaklitsch and McGeehan came up with the idea of the tiles, and Duffy said yes right away. He also selected the yellow Aga stove, which he adores – its looks, anyway. ‘I’ve never touched it,’ he says flatly. And then there’s his stuff, as Duffy modestly refers to his Southeast Asian temple figures, Clarice Cliff ceramics, scrimshaw, midcentury Provincetown art, and blue-and-white china. He was happy to let Jaklitsch and McGeehan set off his collections to their best advantage. ‘If it were up to me, I would have my things everywhere,’ he says. ‘My whole house would look like the library mantel.’ Still, it’s Duffy who pulls the disparate parts of the puzzle together to form a clear picture. You might also say it’s Provincetown. This quirky bohemian property is in many ways as good an expression of the beach town’s past as any painstakingly restored Colonial. ‘I wanted to take this place back to my memory of P-town from when I was a kid,’ he says. ‘It was very hippieish – all these writers and artists. I still feel that way here. You don’t need a car, and everyone is chill.’ It may not be everybody’s idea of historic restoration, but to each his own. After all, isn’t that what the Mayflower was all about?

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PREVIOUS PAGE: Tim Gosling’s sitting room in his Central London home TOP: Bespoke Gosling games table. Hand crafted in Walnut with Macassar Ebony detail BOTTOM: A neutral pallet creates a restful atmosphere and provides the perfect backdrop for a dramatic four poster bed RIGHT: Yellow wall colour inspired by the Soane museum. The sofa and chair are from the Gosling for Todhunter Earle collection

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im Gosling studied theatre design at Central St Martin’s School of Art and Design and was a set designer on West End musicals Miss Saigon and Starlight Express, before spending 18 years as a director at Linley so it is little wonder that his theatrical background is so firmly established in his designs. He uses his natural talent to inject an element of drama into his creations and this, coupled with his meticulous attention to detail, results in a perfect performance.

In 2005 he launched his company, simply named Gosling, to provide the design world with contemporary furniture and design service based on classical furniture. He lives in an 18th-century house in Clapham Old Town, London, which is a true reflection of his personality and acts as a showcase for his passion for classical furniture. Dark painted walls, bright gold leaf cornicing and intricate, mahogany cabinetmaking create a warm and dramatic setting. Inspiration for bold yellow walls came from the Soane Museum in Lincoln’s Inn Fields where Tim can often be found on a Tuesday evening when the whole museum is lit only by candles. He describes this experience as ‘truly magical’ and one not to miss. He is a custodian of many exquisite vellum books, rare sketches, Grecian urns and fine statues, and he mixes these historical pieces with contemporary, upholstered sofas and chairs - all pieces from the Gosling for Todhunter Earle collection. His bedroom is mellow and uncluttered. Soft muted walls, with romantic lighting and a dramatic four poster bed has a faux fur throw on it, where his Spaniel, Hachi, is usually found curled up and fast asleep. Gosling commissions include private homes, superyachts, hotels and commercial headquarters. The briefs may be for the entire space or just an individual piece of furniture. Which ever it is, Tim likes to get involved with the architectural and design team from the very beginning to ensure the team has a sense of the scale. He always has a pencil close at hand and still adheres to tradition of producing hand sketched, line drawings of the project. This enviable skill enables the team to have an instant visual example of the space and ensures the client and designers are on the ‘same page.’ It has also led to him publishing a wonderful book of sketches called London Secrets, A Draughtsman’s Guide. A recent commission involved the design of a London home in the style of the lavish interior of the passenger ship SS Normandie. In the entrance hall hangs a stunning chandelier commissioned from Sharon Marston, which features fine Venetian glass and fibre optics. The fluid form represents the movement of the sea and perfectly enhances the curved staircase and inlaid flooring. Tim is passionate about preserving British craftsmanship and he uses the very finest, traditional cabinetmakers. He champions the work of fine Vellum workers and straw marquetry experts and is continually exploring, researching and experimenting with new

LEFT: Entrance hall in the style of the SS Normandie with huge fibre optic and Venetian crystal chandelier

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materials and new techniques. He loves to push the boundaries of design and the use of materials and regards his work as a constantly evolving. This autumn Thames and Hudson are publishing his latest book on the DNA of furniture design. ‘Every time you sit on a chair or a table, it has a language of it’s own and a story which we should endeavor to decode. My next book will be explore this language and decipher and understand the different design periods and styles. I am concerned that traditional furniture design’s own language will be written out of the dictionary if we do not continue to use it,’ he says.

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A derelict castle in the Loire Valley is transformed into a dream home

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nterior designer David Hare cuts a well-known figure in the south Loire village where he lives. His pug Piggy recently had eight puppies, which he donated to some people nearby. ‘As both Marie Antoinette and the Empress Josephine kept pugs, it seems appropriate to have them yapping away in the middle of France,’ he says. When David, a specialist in period interiors and French 18th-century decoration, found himself taking on projects in France, he decided the logical step would be to move here. ‘Some friends were living in Saumur in the Loire, so I asked a local agent to show me some properties,’ he says. ‘This place was the last on his list, but it was so enchanting, cut into the rock with donkeys roaming the courtyard. I loved its scale and the fact that it didn’t feel typically French.’ The property had fallen into disrepair, so David immediately started on what was to become a two-year renovation project. He admits that, in spite of his experience, he had wholly underestimated what needed to be done. ‘I was so excited about buying the house that I hadn’t realised it had inadequate plumbing and electricity. Then I thought I’d still be able to live in it while the renovations were being done, but once the builders started work, the inner courtyard looked like a swamp, so I moved into a rented house.’ David researched the property and found that it was built as a fortified castle during the Hundred Years War. The main house dates back to the 16th century but three adjacent buildings on the property are even earlier. In the 17th century it was owned by both Roman Catholic and Protestant families, who respectively built and demolished a chapel on the site, and by the 19th century it had become a farmhouse.

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TOP: The dining room is dominated by a massive stone fireplace and a tapestry against the far wall BOTTOM: A cluttered hall table stand against a rough-hewn stone wall RIGHT: An eclectic mixture of Louis XVI chairs, Islamic textiles and assorted objects has been used to furnish one end of the double-height barn

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When David assumed ownership, work could begin on the interior as soon as stonemasons and artisans had been found. In the main house, the kitchen that had been built in the corner of the great hall was demolished. The brown ceramic floor tiles were lifted and replaced by the original stone floor, which had been removed by the previous owner and the stones stacked in one of the caves. In the salon, a stepladder – the only means of access to the first floor – was replaced by a beautiful 19th-century elm staircase. For the decoration, David had the plastering completed à l’ancienne, which meant that the new walls would look virtually indistinguishable from the old. ‘At first, the plasterer didn’t understand what look I was after,’ he says.‘Eventually he used a technique of chalk mixed with pigment and it worked really well.’ Wanting the rooms to seem larger and lighter, David had the beams painted in a pale grey or off white and a distressed look was achieved by rubbing them with wire wool. ‘To furnish his new home, David scoured the local flea markets and auctions. ‘I found some fantastic copies of Louis XV and XVI furniture, which I painted and distressed,’ he says. But finding furniture to fit the 20m-long barn was the biggest hurdle. ‘Everything looked too small for the enormous space,’ he says. ‘In the end, I decided to hang a 17th-century Brussels tapestry, which I had bought at Christie’s several years ago. It now creates an important focal point in a vast space.’

TOP: Built originally as a fortified castle, the main house dates back to the 16th century while the adjacent buildings are even earlier RIGHT: The living room or ‘salon’ has been furnished with French antiques found in local flea markets and auctions

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TOP: A vast double-height barn adjoins the house and has been furnished as a second living room BOTTOM: View through the double French windows of the barn into the gravelled courtyard garden RIGHT: A wooden staircase curves up to the first floor from one end of the living room infront of a wall hung with an assortment of pictures

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With all the hard work behind him, David finds his home offers both a restful retreat and an excellent place for entertaining guests. ‘I love seeing the sheer excitement and wonder on people’s faces when they first come here,’ he says. ‘A neighbour who has lived in the village for eighty-two years visited just after the renovations were finished and said that the house was the most beautiful he had ever seen. To me, that’s the greatest compliment of all.’

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he lighting industry is currently going through the biggest technology jump since the invention of the Edison light bulb. For more than 125 years, it has been pretty much status quo in respect to what was used to illuminate our lives... the filament bulb.  That bulb is now in its twilight years and a revolution in lighting has begun. The first step was to make the filament bulb a villain to energy-conscious consumers. This has been a success. Legislation has passed in many countries to make the standard light bulb a thing of the past. The difference in energy consumption of a standard filament bulb and a LED (light emitting diode) is staggering in a watts per lumen standpoint. One of the hurdles as a designer for a decorative lighting manufacturer is how to incorporate that difference into a distinctive and beautiful light source while controlling the cost of a new technology. The devil is in the details. Yes, the price of LEDs has dropped but they are still 20 times that of a 50 cent filament bulb, and, as a manufacturer, we have to abide by a host of new regulations which can easily mean  the success or failure of a new lighting concept. To be compliant and pass energy guidelines, the use of retrofit bulbs is not an option. For the most part, we have to engineer and design our own LEDs. While that is not easy, it does create a great prospect for me as a designer and master glassmaker and that opportunity lies within the glass itself. We will now be able to project light through very thick pieces of cast glass, completely hide a source of light and create a sense that the glass is glowing by itself: to move light through glass like a fibre optic, lighting and illuminating an element that is well away from the light source itself. This allows me, as a designer, to draw even further from my 35 100

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years as a studio glass artist and experiment with all types of glass processes that would not be possible with conventional lighting sources. My role is to develop unique glass elements in which we (as a manufacturer) can build lighting concepts from the inside out while keeping the focus on the glass as the core element. Technology now allows us to go even further in bringing this sculptured form to light. Now that the restraints of a single common light source have been unchained, we can maximise our studio glass setting capabilities that are not bound by normal manufacturing constraints. Collaborating directly with a team of extremely talented people is essential as we combine the innovation of new light sources with the pioneering of new glass designs. As a team, we look at this as a game of chess, where technology is challenging creativity by combining a new light source with a very original glass technique. As we move forward, I believe you will see some of the most revolutionary designs in decorative lighting, incorporating new technologies and innovations. The challenge to all designers is not only to embrace the most significant change since the invention of the electric light, but to exploit it. My personal challenge in the studio will be to fully engage the new era of lighting technology by incorporating such a noble material as glass, opening our eyes to a completely new way of lighting our lives.

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CGAM 1 CGAM 2

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professional manner. This is always appreciated

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Linen Slip - these frame styles are available with a Linen Slip

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