Series: We like


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A round up of all things art and design related that have caught the eye of the stopping place this month. 

Clockwise from left: Spanish Chair by Borge Mogensen, 1958 | Shadow rug by Alexandra Champalimaud for The Rug Company | Ready Made Curtain for Kvadrat by Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec, 2013 | Repetition by Katrien de Blower, 2015.

Series: Colour Code


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Often the starting point for an inspiring interior scheme is a colour. Colour can really make an impression on a space whether used in moderation or with great gusto. Each approach can set the tone of a room, whether work, rest or play. It can be used to draw attention to certain aspects of an environment creating a focal point, or delicately, bringing a sense of harmony and rhythm. Accent colour can help a scheme feel unified and a dynamic play with two or more colours can bring each one to life. 

Our Colour Code series takes a look at interesting tones and hues; the 'new' discoveries that pique our interest, their complementary counterparts and those go-to shades we fondly rely upon. 

This month on the stopping place - putty. Think raw clay, natural stone, nougat and soya milk. A hardworking and adaptable group of cool neutrals with a bit of depth. 

Series: In residence with Ray Kappe


In residence steps inside the homes of some of the worlds greatest artists, designers and architects. The inspiring NOWNESS series explores what home means to these figures and how they live within the spaces that they have created. 

This week the stopping place explores an adaptable mid-century tree house set in the Californian hills designed by American architect Ray Kappa. Directed by Matthew Donaldson. 

Series: We like


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A round up of all things art and design related that have caught the eye of the stopping place this month.

Clockwise from left: R115 by Sol Lewitt, 1975 | Brass Swing Arm Light by Orange Atelier, 2010 | Mid-Century American cane and maple wood lounge chairs by Paul McCobb, 1950s “ Blue and white Roacket Vase by Sophie Alda, 2016.

Series: Colour code


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Often the starting point for an inspiring interior scheme is a colour. Colour can really make an impression on a space whether used in moderation or with great gusto. Each approach can set the tone of a room, whether work, rest or play. It can be used to draw attention to certain aspects of an environment creating a focal point, or delicately, bringing a sense of harmony and rhythm. Accent colour can help a scheme feel unified and a dynamic play with two or more colours can bring each one to life. 

Our Colour Code series takes a look at interesting tones and hues; the 'new' discoveries that pique our interest, their complementary counterparts and those go-to shades we fondly rely upon. 

This month on the stopping place - pink. Think dusky, chalky tints and tones akin to salmon, hydrangeas and rosé wine. Not just a colour for cupcakes or unicorns, pink can be both moderns and classic, bringing a touch of warmth, humour and elegance to an array of settings.

Series: In residence with Jim Olson


In residence steps inside the homes of some of the worlds greatest artists, designers and architects. The inspiring NOWNESS series explores what home means to these figures and how they live within the spaces that they have created. 

This week the stopping place takes a moment to connect with nature, in amongst the trees at American architect Jim Olson's tranquil woodland house. Directed by Stephen Mcgehee. 

Series: We like


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A round up of all things art and design related that have caught the eye of the stopping place this month. 

Clockwise from left: Long Light by Sean Scully, 1997 | Pelican Chair by Finn Juhl, 1940 | Mid-Century seagrass square rug by twentytwentyone | Pig Planter by John Follis, 1949.