Over the past several months I have been designing holiday accommodation aimed at the luxury end of the market - far beyond glamping, these buildings are intended for those who want the very best on their getaway breaks. They are about to go into production, and I am so excited to be able to share … Continue reading Hospitality Design
During the lockdown I was asked to design a restaurant for a new development being built in SE London - a luxury destination restaurant spread across 4 floor and with astounding views across the city which are crying out to be celebrated. The local area has a rich history which was reflected in the design … Continue reading Restaurant Design
Box-E Restaurant, Bristol Presentation Boards for project redefining a brand and designing a new site for the clients.
The recent outbreak and isolation strategies have made it possible to work in my own studio in my home for the current University project. I am designing a new site for the restaurant Box-E in Bristol, to include a light fitting design with a prototype model. We wearer supposed to be having a big … Continue reading Working on student designs in isolation
I investigated concrete as a material for my Dom-Ino house project. I wanted to create a wall of bricks which created a clear boundary for a stairwell of a house sunk into the ground, but also which allowed light to enter the space and create interesting moving patterns and reflections on internal mirrored stainless steel … Continue reading Concrete Light Portal Brick System
This week I visited the NEC for The Autumn Fair, which is an exhibition for buyers covering homeware, gifts, fashion, retails solutions, home decor and more. HOME DECOR It is a vast space and was packed with exhibitors from across the globe. There was colour trend forecasting also on offer, with 4 distinct trends and … Continue reading Autumn Fair 2019
In the last couple of weeks I decided to repaint my sitting room. It has been the same colour for ages, and I felt an update was in order. I am getting very drawn to orange at the moment, and as the room has a lot of light and high ceilings, I felt that it … Continue reading How a pot of paint can cause chaos…
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During a very hot week 3 of us were crammed into the very small bathroom as it was refurbished. My plumbers valiantly ripped out and refitted, and I hovered a lot and worked in the evenings on redecorating it. Here are the finished pictures.. much fresher, no more leaks and hopefully it will stand up … Continue reading Finally… The Bathroom is now finished.
My daughter lives in a flat in London, and recently informed me that the bath tap had died a sorry death. So it's my job to fix it as the landlady. The current fixture and fittings are a bit worse for wear, with inherited items like a cracked sink, warped bath panel, a wobbly lit … Continue reading Bathroom Revamp Planning