Casa & Jardim
House and Garden

House and Garden May 2017

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.

United Kingdom
Conde Nast Publications Ltd
Ler Mais
US$ 41,17
12 Edições

nesta edição

2 minutos

CHARLES RUTHERFOORD Interior and landscape designer Charles Rutherfoord’s introduction to architecture was a classic case of parental influence, with regular excursions to churches and monasteries as a child. ‘My parents were passionate about Romanesque architecture,’ he says. Charles got his first break at Christie’s in the furniture and tapestries department. He set up on his own in 1984 and was soon tasked with his first project: the restructuring of a Seventies mews house, featured in House & Garden in 1985. Since then he has gone on to design houses, fashion stores and gardens, and has applied his taste and knowledge to designing furniture. From page 146 in this issue, he opens the doors of his own Victorian London house. When you are not working, where would we _nd you? ‘On an island, pole dancing.’ JONATHAN…

2 minutos
from the editor

There is one frustrating thing about being the editor of a magazine like House & Garden. You see so many ideas and wonderful things that inspire – be it a curtain detail or beautiful joinery – that you want to create endless new rooms. But I can’t. We have one house that we decorated fairly recently and small children. I am increasingly resigned to the fact that, for now, our house revolves around them. The latest addition is anything but covetable – a brightly coloured toy kitchen in our actual kitchen. I wince, but it is loved. That said, inspired by Elizabeth Metcalfe’s ‘Design ideas’ on specialist finishes (from page __) – and having just been to the new Sibyl Colefax & John Fowler showroom on Pimlico Road (a showcase of,…

1 minutos
in a holding pattern


1 minutos

1 minutos
rank & style

£ ‘ARV’ earthenware plate (white), by Sissa Sundling, 29cm, £3, from Ikea ££ Dinne plates ‘Octagonal Petal’ porcelain plate, 17cm, £32, from Native & Co £££ ‘Fleurs’ terracotta and white glaze plate, by Astier de Villatte, 30cm, £60, from Petersham Nurseries Cotton and ramie ‘Coral Embroidered Napkin’, 45cm square, £19.99 for four, from Zara Home Napkins ‘Coral’ cotton napkin, by Eri Textiles, 40cm square, £95.29 for six, from Artedona Cotton ‘Coral Embroidered Napkin’, 50cm square, £30, from Creel & Gow ‘The Basics’ stainless-steel and plastic cutlery (black), £10 for set of 16, from John Lewis Cuttery ‘Piano’ stainless-steel cutlery (black), by Picard & Wielputz, £194 for set of 24, from Wayfair Stainless-steel and resin ‘Goa Cutlery Set’ (black), by Cutipol, £425 for set of 36, from The Conran Shop ‘Centre Stripe’ cotton mat (blue lagoon, horseradish), 36 x 48cm, £14 for two, from West Elm Place…

2 minutos
city wide

When London Craft Week launched in 2105, most of the events, open studios and demonstrations were centred around Mayfair and Bloomsbury. But its geographical parameters have now been dramatically expanded to include events throughout the city. A case in point this year is the inclusion of Peckham-based potter Stuart Carey, who will be putting on a talk about the future of ceramics at his south London communal studio, The Kiln Rooms. He set up the space with his friend Ben Cooper in May 2014. ‘I had a great ceramics education, and I always felt that it was necessary to continue the transference of skills,’ says Stuart. The studio now has 65 members, 15 wheels and four kilns, and runs seven classes a week. ‘We are about to sign the lease…