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ELLE Decoration UK

ELLE Decoration UK

March 2020

ELLE Decoration UK showcases the world’s most beautiful homes and makes good design accessible to everyone through its mix of styles, products and price points. Combining all the inspiration, information and ideas you need to bring your home to life, it is the authority on trends, style and contemporary design.

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2 min.
from the editor

I’m writing this month’s letter from the German city of Cologne, in the middle of winter, looking out at the Rhine as it runs through the city’s heart. It’s the same shade of sludge as the stormy sky it reflects. If this sounds rather bleak, don’t worry, I’m actually in a fairly buoyant frame of mind. The city’s annual furniture fair may not have the pizzazz of Milan’s, the panache of Paris’s showcases or the edgy design talent of London, but it’s a vitally important event nonetheless. Here, the big manufacturers show how they have developed and tweaked the prototypes hurriedly pushed out for last year’s Milan fair in April. Nine months on, they have had time to take on feedback from buyers and customers; refining colours, finishes and shapes, which…

2 min.
elle decoration uk

Editorial enquiries elledecoration@hearst.co.uk (020 7312 4114) Homes submissions homes@elledecoration.co.uk EDITOR BEN SPRIGGS Creative Director Philippe Blanchin Editorial Manager Bethan Ryder EDITORIAL Style Editor Kiera Buckley-Jones Features Editor Kate Worthington Houses Editor Clare Sartin Senior Features Writer Cat Olley ART Group Art Editor Roger Browning Art Editor Linsey Cannon Designers Jack Melrose, Laura Sheppard PICTURES Group Picture Director Sharon O’Neill Picture Researcher Ellie Summers PRODUCTION Group Chief Sub Editor Michele Jameson Chief Sub Editors Cathy Levy, Helen Bonthrone Deputy Chief Sub Editor Julie Pannell-Rae Sub Editor Molly Price Contributors Tom Bailey, Claudia Baillie, Hannah Bort, Amy Bradford, Natasha Goodfellow, Emma Love, Fiona McCarthy, Tessa Pearson, Sania Pell, Kassia St Clair, Becky Sunshine, Sarah Slade, Amanda Smith-Corston, Suzanne Stankus, James Williams CHIEF BRAND OFFICER, LUXURY Jacqueline Euwe PA to Chief Brand Officer Leane Border-Griffith Group Brand Director Sharon Davies-Ridgeway GROUP EDITORIAL HOMES Group Editorial PA Sandra Tear Workf low Director Carly Levy Group Managing Editor Ingrid Eames COMMERCIAL Senior Client Manager Stephanie Tomlinson…

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now

Playing to the GALLERY Is it sculpture? Is it furniture? In Kelly Wearstler’s world, it can be both. The LA-based designer’s latest collection (below) blurs the boundaries of art and design with striking pieces such as the monolithic ‘Hume’ side tables (£3,626) and geometry-inspired ‘Esfera’ ottoman (from £1,317), reimagined this season with textural and dynamic prints. Meanwhile, the ‘Affinity Dome’ lamp (£1,238) harks back to the art deco era, while staying true to the collection’s modern, sculptural aesthetic (kellywearstler.com). WOOD FOR THE TREES To celebrate Darkroom’s 10th year, the brand has released ‘Woodernism’, a capsule collection based on the beauty of wood and its functional qualities. It includes the six-piece ‘Blok’ series (left), with items hand-built from ash in north-east England and stained with bold water-based pigments. ‘We wanted to use the material,…

1 min.
eva harlou

The Danish designer founded Earth Studio in 2018 with manufacturing brand Mater. Here, she discusses her sustainable approach and latest furniture design, the ‘He & She’ chairs. I’ve always been creative, with parents who were very interested in art, architecture and furniture design. From an early age, my father taught me there’s a huge difference between good and bad design. My Scandinavian roots and conscious approach to design will always be visible in my work. Architects have a great responsibility. They design life’s framework and have to grasp human behaviour. I wanted to embrace sustainable thinking with the ‘He & She’ chairs, while celebrating one of my biggest inspirations: the Bauhaus school. The biggest challenge was to create a light and sculptural but comfortable chair. It took time to get the…

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philippe malouin

What was the starting point for the ‘Kuru’ collection (above)? Iittala briefed us to create a series of home displays that were both sculptural and functional. Kuru means ‘gorge’ – the shape is the result of a sculpting process where matter is removed by rotating geometric shapes around cylindrical volumes. How do you envisage these vessels being used? The collection as a whole is meant to be used as a place where you can put objects that you don’t want to stow away in a drawer, but that you also don’t want to use as a decorative item. The French term vide-poche refers to a bowl kept near the front door where you empty your pockets on arriving home – ‘Kuru’ bowls serve that exact purpose. You can put your items…