The Nature of Art and the Art of Nature at Blackwell Arts and Crafts House

A recent trip to the Lake District afforded the opportunity to visit Blackwell, an outstanding example of Arts and Crafts design, and to reflect on the interplay between nature and human endeavour in the design world. The Arts and Crafts movement in the 1880s-1920s promoted real craftsmanship in the face of an increasingly mechanised world. It [...]

A Room with a Theme at Osborne House

Everyone knows the impact a themed room can have in a house. When done right it can define and distinguish a space, set it apart and leave a lasting impression.This fact was not lost on Queen Victoria, who created an incredible Indian-themed banqueting hall in her seaside retreat Osborne house. Set in a picturesque coastal [...]

GSD Showroom, Chelsea Harbour

Following on from several years collaborating on Decorex installations, Boundary Space have just completed the new flagship showroom for George Spencer Designs fabric house in Chelsea Harbour Design Centre East. This project posed an exciting challenge: re-purposing a room in a converted office block – the recently expanded extension to Chelsea Harbour Design Centre – [...]

Showcase: Architect@Work, Kensington Olympia

Last week we visited the Architect@Work exhibition in Kensington Olympia, which showcased some of the most recent innovations in the industry. Here are 5 of our favourites: Sensory Sky by Dornbracht The exhibit most hotly anticipated by the Boundary Space team, Dornbracht’s Sensory Sky rain shower aims to “stimulate all the senses”. Inspired by natural [...]

Inside View: Lloyds of London

Last week Boundary Space gained access to one of the most famous City buildings, a skyscraper whose towering status has endured since its unveiling, despite the fact that it has long been overtaken in physical stature by its peers. Lloyds of London in its current manifestation was built in 1986 and confirmed architect Richard Rogers’ [...]

Review: Anarchy and Beauty: William Morris and his Legacy, at the National Portrait Gallery, London

This week I visited the National Portrait Gallery’s William Morris spectacular: Anarchy and Beauty: William Morris and his Legacy.  The exhibition successfully displays Morris’s own unique and extensive talents (textile designer, poet, novelist, translator, social activist, Pre-Raphaelite associate, publisher), whilst equally revealing how he informed and inspired the artistic practices of successive generations and of [...]

Boundary Space and George Spencer Designs at DECOREX 2014

Building upon the success of Decorex 2013, Boundary Space and George Spencer Designs reunite to deliver what we think is our most exciting stand for Decorex yet. With the  collaboration now in its third year, the Boundary Space team arrived bright and early at Syon House this Thursday with industrial velcro and glue guns in [...]

George Spencer Design Decorex Stand

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Designing in a Recession

Boundary Space were recently featured in an article in Architects Choice, in which we discussed our feelings about working in the challenging current financial climate. One of our points was that we felt that a recession can, in some ways, be a driver of creativity, as it forces designers to work in new and different [...]

Kinetic Sculptures

Maker Profile – Kinetic Wave Sculptures on MAKE: television from MAKE magazine on Vimeo.   Architecture can, and should, take its inspiration from everything and anything. Something which caught our eye was the beautiful kinetic sculptures by Reuben Margolin. The video above beautifully shows a stunning exploration of the movement of waves.  Movement in Architecture [...]