House and Garden September 2019

House & Garden unlocks the door to an array of unique homes and outdoor features, ranging from town houses and converted barns to fabulous modern apartments and island retreats. Outdoor features are equally varied, including cottage gardens, water gardens and chic, city courtyards. House & Garden provides an invaluable sourcebook of ideas, from design and decoration to the best of travel, delicious recipes and fine wine. Britain’s most glamorous, inspiring and influential design and decoration magazine.

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this month’s contributors

DERRY MOORE Photographer Derry Moore began his career as a photographer in 1971, as a pupil of the acclaimed German photojournalist Bill Brandt. Prior to that, Derry attended Austrian artist Oskar Kokoschka’s School of Seeing in Salzburg, which he credits with giving him the skills to flourish under Brandt’s tutorage. Derry’s work has appeared in numerous publications, including Architectural Digest, Vogue and Town & Country. For this month’s House & Garden, he shot his friend David Mlinaric’s house in Croatia (on pages 100-105). When you are not working, where would we find you? ‘Probably at home, loafing.’ SO LENNE DE LA FOUCHARDIÈRE Interior designer Solenne de la Fouchardière was first inspired to join the interior design world while making a table as a prop for a production at the National Theatre. She was studying theatre design…

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from the editor

Come September, branches will bow with the bounty of plums, gages, damsons and bullaces, and quinces will be perfuming the larder.’ This could be the wonderful world of Jill Barklem’s Brambly Hedge mice – stories that I read again and again as a child, endlessly imagining myself among them, making blackberry puddings with Mrs Apple in the Store Stump kitchen or gathering baskets of wild strawberries for Poppy Eyebright and Dusty Dogwood’s wedding. But they are, in fact, the words of garden designer Isabel Bannerman, conjuring an image of the new garden she and her husband Julian are creating for themselves in Somerset through evocative references to scents and smells. Turn to page 112 to be transported into her bucolic world, in celebration of her new book, Scent Magic. Imaginary though this…

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good clean fun

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desk accessories

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out of sight

The streets near London’s Victoria station were once associated with budget hotels, but the area has been subject to ongoing transformation over the past few years. One cool new design destination is Eccleston Yards, a creative initiative by Grosvenor Britain & Ireland, which launched last year, providing 19 units for independent businesses on previously derelict land. Clustered round a central courtyard, the buildings spread across 80,000 square feet and have been sensitively reinvigorated by the architects BuckleyGrayYeoman. Lucy Carr-Ellison and Jemima Jones, the pair behind catering company Tart London, opened their first permanent space here last year – Wild by Tart – in a former power station and coal store. So far they have an events space and a deli, but there are plans to expand into another unit and open…