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The Japanese Garden

A unique exploration of the art and beauty of the Japanese garden, spanning 800 years of fascinating cultural history The Japanese Garden is an engaging exploration of the Japanese garden, examining over 90 beautiful gardens and spanning 1200 years of stunning... View Article

This is the amazing pink piano of all your sci-fi dreams

Bombay meets Blade Runner in designer Dio Davies’s latest creation – a coral pink piano that’s straight out of science fiction. The up-and-coming Notting Hill designer’s bespoke Coral Piano sees a world-class Edelweiss piano enclosed inside a transparent perspex shell, which can be illuminated by neon LED... View Article

HGTV’s Ultimate House Hunt winner

Since HGTV launched its House and Garden television in 1994, house lovers have watched shows like House Hunters and House Hunters International to vicariously house shop for everything from modest homes to contemporary mansions. Those who already own homes or need the confidence to buy a... View Article

Life of Walter Segal celebrated at book launch

The life of architect Walter Segal and, in particular, one of his most renowned pieces of work, were celebrated at a panel discus- sion held to coincide with the launch of a new book. Walters Way & Segal Close, written... View Article

Material prices are soaring, says FMB

A third of small building firms say that soaring material prices are squeezing their margins and almost a quarter have had to pass these price increases onto consumers, according to the latest research by the Federation of Master Builders (FMB).... View Article

100 Houses 100 Years

100 Houses 100 Years by Twentieth Century Society Edited by Susannah Charlton and Elain Harwood 100 British houses celebrating the diverse domestic architecture of the last 100 Years. 100 Houses 100 Years is a fascinating insight into Britain’s built heritage, published in... View Article

Industrial revolution

Interior designer Gina Everett of Create Perfect gives some style tips on achieving the key current trend of a modern industrial look in the kitchen Trends by their nature tend to come and go in interiors, but when considering designing... View Article

Outdoors is in as al fresco living dominates

A buoyant housing market has prompted Britons to create a seamless indoor-outdoor connection by opting for an al fresco living style. A survey of homeowners has found that they are prepared to spend an average of £6,175 for this open-air home... View Article
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