An Eclectic Apartment in London

Funky and eclectic.

Funky and eclectic.

Funky and eclectic.

Funky and eclectic.

Funky and eclectic.

Funky and eclectic.

Funky and eclectic.

Funky and eclectic.

Via here.

Water Tower turned into a Residence

Repurposing old buildings is an amazing way to get an eclectic vibe going with traditional architecture and new sleek elements. Areas like London are great for this type of dwelling.

Water Tower, London

Water Tower, London

Water Tower, London

Water Tower, London

Water Tower, London

Water Tower, London

Water Tower, London

Water Tower, London

Water Tower, London

Water Tower, London

Water Tower, London

Water Tower London 12

Water Tower, London

Water Tower, London

Water Tower, London

Water Tower, London

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A stunning penthouse in London

Renowned London architects and designers SHH have completed this luxurious penthouse just a short walk from EdgwareRoad, in London.

The Lancaster Hyde Park

Via here

Tim Walker at Somerset House

This autumn, fairy-tales, magic and dreams are sure to flood through London’s Somerset House and into our imaginations as the new exhibition titled ‘Story Teller’ presents the work of legendary British fashion photographer Tim Walker – until 27 January 2013.

Photos by Tim Walker.

The Walpole Mayfair

Located in the heart of Mayfair and St James, Walpole House is a 18th century building that was originally the home of Britain’s first Prime Minister, Sir Robert Walpole and his son Horace. The building has been entirely renovated and all of the period features reinstated, to bring this historical residence back to life.

Interior design and development by Oliver Burns.

A contemporary house in Belsize Park

Andy Martin Architects are a London-based design studio who has completed the Mews O2 project.  According to the architects Mews O2 is a single residence set in Belsize Park; the owner, a musician and designer, wanted the existing garage to be converted into a four level family home, emphasizing the entertaining areas and the ability to create private compartments for sleeping.

Via Andy Martin Architects

An apartment in London

This contemporary property can be found just off Berkeley Square in London. Interior design by Lawson Robb.

Infinity bench at V&A

At this year’s London Design Festival, UK-based Italian designer Martino Gamper teamed up with American Hardwood Export Council (AHEC) to create an imaginative but very functional six meter long hardwood ‘Infinity Bench’. The bench features a sophisticated patchwork pattern that is made up of American red oak, soft maple, ash, yellow birch and tulipwood. The bench was displayed at the John Madejski Gardens at London’s Victoria and Albert Museum.

Hostem: a gents store in East London

HOSTEM is located on East London’s Redchurch Street, which is fast becoming one of London’s leading fashion destinations. The shop has been designed by artist and designer duo JAMESPLUMB and it is a delight to the senses from the moment you step inside.

Photos by Hostem via here.

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