The style we call Gothic originated in the medieval period with spectacular ecclesiastical buildings, such as the iconic Westmister Abbey. Key features of this style are the pointed arch, the rib vault, flying buttresses and window tracery.
With the end of the year fast approaching its time to look forward to the upcoming design trends of 2016.
With this in mind, this week Dulux announced their colour of 2016- ‘Cherished Gold’. Continuing with the ongoing fashion for using metal tones in interiors, Cherished Gold is an Earthy, more versatile evolution from last year’s Copper Blush.
If you are looking to add a little more depth to your room, and want to do something that will make a big impact, take a look at this blog for some great inspiration !
Prefabrication has been around for centuries, its title stands as an umbrella term for many construction processes, Such as Component housing. These are factory built elements of varying components or Modular homes that are entirely fabricated units delivered to the site nearly complete.
As the temperature drops, it’s hard to resist the temptation not to pull out sofa throws whether they be knitted or fur. It’s that time of year when your home starts to make the transition from sleek and minimal to cosy and inviting.
Morocco has long been a destination where people flock to, to embrace a colourful and vibrant culture, something which is clearly reflected in their architectural designs. With influences ranging from African, Roman, Arab, Spanish, Portuguese and French, it’s no wonder that Moroccan décor is so globally renowned.
“All great architecture is the design of space that contains cuddles, exalts or simulates the persons in that space” Philp Johnson
With summer well and truly over, it’s time to pack away the flip-flops and go back to work.
As depressing as this may be, it’s also the perfect excuse to give your study re-vamp.
As we unwillingly bid farewell to what we called ‘summer’ this year, it is time to look forward and embrace England in its autumnal glory.
The iconic British model Kate Moss has recently added another string to her bow: interior design. With the help of architectural studio Yoo, the brainchild of property developer David Hitchcox and renowned designer Phillipe Starck, Moss has turned her well trained eye to luxury interiors.