George Spencer Design Decorex Stand

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Distressed Gardens – Petersham Nurseries

Spring has sprung (sort of!) and, with the RHS Chelsea flower show just around the corner, minds naturally turn to gardens and the landscape. One of the quirkiest places to get lunch in west London is the legendary Petersham Nurseries. This garden nursery-cum-eatery has something of the quality of a film set,  managing to be [...]

Art Nouveau in Brussels

  In the land of beer, chocolate and waffles, on a recent (purely cultural!) long weekend, I made a visit to the wonderful Musée Horta – the home and studio of prominent Art Nouveau designer and architect Victor Horta. The whole building is meticulously designed and crafted, inside and out, by Horta; from the centrepiece of [...]

A Weekend in Milan

Written by our guest blogger Yidan Wang: “‘Porta Genova,’ the woman said when I asked her where in Milan we might find furniture or lighting stores that would sell independent designs.  Sitting behind an elegant white desk at Meritalia, she wore a colourful African head wrap and spoke in a manner with just the right [...]

Interior Design as Miniature Architecture

On a recent trip to Istanbul I had dinner at a local restaurant called Lokanta Maya, just on the Pera side of the Galata Bridge. I would highly recommend the food, which is an inspired twist on classic Turkish cuisine. Along with the food, the design detail above also caught my eye. It is basically [...]

Decorex 2012 – George Spencer by Boundary Space

We are delighted to have designed the Decorex 2012 exhibition stand for the fabric house George Spencer Designs. This year’s stand was a particularly demanding brief, as it needed to show a tremendous range of labels including F.Leitner KG and Cottonberry. We really enjoy the quick turnaround that designing exhibition stands allows for and were [...]

Furniture Making and The Joy of Workshops

For us the process of making can be one of the most exciting aspects of our job. Today we visited Kinley Joinery, one of those secret suppliers who quietly produce works for some of London’s most well-known designers.  What is so inspiring is being able to talk through a design and develop the actual details [...]

Fine Modern Joinery

There is perhaps one reason more than any other why we  like doing so much work in high end residential.  No other sector allows an Architect to collaborate and work  so closely with so many highly skilled craftsmen.  The time we take over perfecting details with various artisans and experts brings commercial architects out in [...]

Olfactory and Architecture – why buildings don’t smell enough.

Architects have been used to dealing with light and texture for a long time but yet the notion of considering smell as part of their remit seems almost absurd.   For us however Architecture is any medium which is used to create an experience with a space.  After all, for gardeners scent can be reason alone [...]

The Influence of Ferris Bueller

  At University architectural students are endlessly indoctrinated as to the buildings that are supposed to influence them. I have found that the careful study of the Acropolis, Pantheon etc. cannot quite make up for the more personal influences. One such influence was the Rose house and Pavillion by James Speyer and David Haid, Chicago, [...]