Things that inspired us this month...

 

A great day out...

Wonderfully unique and quirky, Eltham Palace is worth the short train journey out of the central London and is a fascinating place to explore. Home to Steven and Virginia Courtauld, the design of the house showcases the finest in 1930's architecture and luxury and incorporates the original medieval Great Hall dating back to the 1470's.

Thought provoking…

Project 84 was one of the most powerful installations the capital has seen in a long time. Male sculptures were installed on office rooftops along the South bank overnight representing the 84 men who commit suicide, on average, each week in the UK.  The idea was made possible by American street artist Mark Jenkins and the Campaign against Living Miserably, or CALM, a charity focused on preventing suicide, the single biggest killer of men under 45 in the UK.

Pop Up…

Ted Baker have opened a pop up shop in Old Street to launch their 'Colour by numbers' collection. We like the fresh feel and design which features a monochrome colour scheme with "translucent opalescent panels laid out in a graphic zigzag pattern". 
 

Design…

We love the colourful Chihuly NOW at the Halcyon gallery, showcasing the continuing evolution of a master artist known for over 50 years of innovative experiments with light, space and form. It's open until the 22nd April and will definitely brighten up your day!

Spring has sprung...

We always enjoy heading out to check out the new season's retail windows and you can read more about our highlights here in our latest blog...