Brutalist Dig Of The Day: The Brunswick

The Brunswick Centre has always fascinated me, but I’ve never actually made the effort to go and search for it in London. It just so happens that I came across it the other day after wandering through Holborn and I was seriously taken aback by the sheer size of it, I had always thought it …

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Issey Miyake In London

Japanese architect Tokujin Yoshioka has exceeded my expectation with the new Issey Miyake store at 10 Brook Street.¬†Clad with anodised aluminium, the store screams personality and colour, with its’ rich hues of blue contrasting with my favourite material, concrete. “Incorporating the trace of time cultivated in the space,” says Yoshioka of the aluminium which was …

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Space Of The Week: Taylor Taylor

On my first visit to Taylor Taylor I was immediately struck by how much it stood out from the corner of Portobello Road, amongst its’ fairly drab surroundings. The award-winning salon chain is renowned for it chic salons and seem to be continuously inspired by the lavishness of 18th century France. There are shiny, metallic …

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