Category Archives: Interior Design

Graphic Design vs. Architecture » Design Bureau

Check out this adorable research space at the Fort Washington Children’s Library! Clean, fresh and perfect for letting the imagination soar. Graphic Design vs. Architecture » Design Bureau.

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52 North

Winner of the prestigious ‘Best New Bar’ award at the London Club and Bar awards, 52 North Bar & Kitchen is conveniently located on Poland street, Soho. The restaurant serves the best of British cuisine with some European influences with all ingredients being sourced in Britain

There are two floors at 52 North Bar & Kitchen – the ground floor includes a large bar, lounge area with fireplace & large sharing tables and is the main dining area for both lunch and dinner service; the lower ground floor boasts another bar and fireplace in a speakeasy-style environment.

44th Hill is a brand environments agency.
Proven track record with large global companies in the delivery of world class environments. Established external network ensuring cost efficiency and creativity exploration across projects. 16 years of brand events and experiential environments.

http://44thhill.com/#52-north-soho

http://52north.co.uk/about

 

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Neon

NEON: A bold and  acquired taste; not for timid, subdued, or average Jane. But whether it’s head to toe, or in small doses, anyone can incorporate it’s electric appeal when paired with the right neutral, balancing tones.



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Best of British Design: The Corinthian Club

Yesterday’s spectacular Opening Ceremony was a celebratory montage of British history and achievement. A bit cheeky, sometimes dark, and chock-full of pomp and circumstance, it certainly did not disappoint. In tribute to the stunning display, we’re highlighting the best of British design, starting with The Corinthian Club.

“Built by David Hamilton in 1842 on the site of the 18th century Virginia Mansion, The Corinthian Club is one of Glasgow’s most elaborate and richly decorated buildings both internally and externally. It originally housed the Glasgow Ship Bank which was extended and embellished with superb sculptures and decorative features, added by highly acclaimed architects, artists and artisans including James Salmon (Snr), John Thomas and James Ballantine.

In 1929, the building was converted into justiciary courts and one of the UK’s finest Victorian interiors had many of its finest features hidden from public view behind false walls and ceilings.

In 1999, G1 Group painstakingly restored the ‘Grade A Listed’ building to its former splendour. This work included the reconstruction of the Roman Doric pilastrade and the restoration of the elaborate cornicing, superb sculptural plasterwork, free-standing classical figures and extensive gold-leaf work.”

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Local Favorite: The Brass Armadillo

Perfect for treasure hunting and wiling away an afternoon– I’ve gotten lost for hours. Open 9-9 everyday. Prices vary as each booth is operated by different vendors.  I was able to completely furnish my first apartment between this antique mall, a couple of garage sales, and a few stops at the goodwill. Fabulous finds if you’re willing to dig a bit.

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Cornflower Blue

You may know it from your very first box of crayons, and perhaps haven’t thought much of it since. Lovely, simple, and popular in Country Swedish  Styles. 17th century, Dutch painter Johannes Vermeer is associated with his affinity for the hue and preferred to pair it with yellow. Beautifully offsets traditional china patterns, light pastels, and blond woods.

 

COCOCOZY.

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Nocturne in Black & Gold

In the 1870s, Whistler painted his now famous “Falling Rocket”. Rich and subtle black is the receding backdrop for this dark yet luminous interior. Sparkling metallics and gentle accents of tertiary violet, blue and olive cast a sophisticated and muted glow.

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