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Paris - Exhibition of Anish Kapoor in Grand Palais

This pink womb-like structure that you can see on the photos is actually the interior of Leviatan. This monstrous sculpture was created by Anish Kapoor. 200 more words


Paula Rego at the Jerwood Gallery, Hastings

Upon my recent visit to Hastings, I went to the Jerwood gallery and saw Paula Rego’s “The Boy who Loved the Sea” exhibition.

In a world where painting has been shunned into the background, it was quite refreshing to see it on canvas again. 166 more words


The Turner Prize 2017

The Turner prize is by far one of the most prestigious art awards in the world. Every other year the nominees are held outside of London and this year it was held in Hull, as it has been named the winner of the “European Capital of Culture” award. 336 more words


The Sleep Event 2017 Favourite Bits II – Lighting

In the previous post, I shared my fabric and wallcovering discoveries during the Sleep Event and now I would like to show some interesting lighting pieces that grabbed my attention. 94 more words

Interior Design

Rebecca Louise Law at Kew Gardens

Yesterday, I visited Rebecca Louise Law’s “life in death” exhibition at the Shirley Sherwood Gallery of Botanical Art at Kew Gardens, in which she explored an alternative concept of beauty in her 1000 hanging flower garlands. 181 more words


The Sleep Event 2017 Favourite Bits I - Fabrics and Wallcoverings

The Sleep Event is a 2-day hotel design and development event. Various suppliers present their Contract collections, something that is more durable, potentially on a tiny bit lower budget and most importantly – bolder designs! 362 more words

Interior Design


Event management is the powerful blend of the creative and technical skills that are essential for the creation and delivery of any live experience (be that a wedding, festival, sporting event, conference, meeting…) In practice it is perhaps the most exciting and rewarding job on the planet. 311 more words

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