London articles

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This millennial retail experiment features fantasy travel and futuristic dystopias

London – English department store Selfridges wanted to speculate about where things are heading in luxury retail, so it brought along seven partners in design.

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An architect’s own house contains multitudes in a small London plot

London – How did Sophie Hicks make the most of a limited plot in the middle of pricey Kensington? By digging down and letting the entire neighbourhood in.

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Follow @accidentallywesanderson? This Covent Garden shop is more @intentionallywesanderson

London – For the London-based optical retailer For Art’s Sake, Aleksa Studio designed a flagship that looks straight out of a movie set. 

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In this hotel suite by Bompas & Parr, veganism goes past the room service

London – Bompas & Parr’s vegan hotel suite for Hilton London Bankside is the first in the world – and indicates veganism’s future impact on spatial design.

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Faye Toogood channels British brutalism for Mulberry

London – Mulberry’s creative director, Johnny Coca, commissioned Faye Toogood to come up with a new retail concept for the New Bond Street establishment.

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Alexander McQueen’s new London flagship is not the dark fantasy you’d expect

London – The relocated Bond Street store designed by McQueen’s creative director Sarah Burton and Smiljan Radic departs from past aesthetics.  

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A day with St-W Awards jury member Bethan Laura Wood

London – From learning to delegate to only getting out of bed for at least 10,000 tchotkes, this night owl tells us of her daily routine in London.

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Is the proliferation of members’ clubs tarnishing the genre’s air of exclusivity?

As members’ clubs and their target groups thrive, is the genre surrendering its air of sophistication?

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Luxury retailers learn to relax in order to attract millennial consumers

From Tiffany & Co. to Gucci, high-end stores appeal to the next generation of well-heeled consumers by ditching the old codes of luxury retail.

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The inside of a Fabergé egg looks just like this London store

London – The interiors of the new Wartski gallery in London, designed by Waldo Works, pay respect to the symbiotic nature of the family-owned antiques firm.

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These new catch-all spaces are addressing millennial loneliness

As loneliness is on the rise among people under 35, several catch-all daytime and night-time spaces provide an opportunity to create instant communities.

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He’s 193 centimetres tall. She’s 149. This is a house fit for both.

London – Urban Mesh Design came up with hip-height compromises to adjust this residence to its two vertically disparate main dwellers. 

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