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ELLE Decoration UK November 2019

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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‘your home is a life’

Wise words indeed, as uttered by Ilse Crawford, who founded this magazine back in 1989. To mark our 30th anniversary, we both met last month to discuss our thoughts on ELLE Decoration, how the brand and the world have changed since the end of the 1980s and how her experience of editing has shaped her approach to design. It was a fascinating couple of hours, and her intelligent and considered approach to the way we live was so inspiring. Our discussion can be found in full on page 86. I was musing on Crawford’s words as we compiled this month’s annual exploration of the worlds of interior design and architecture. So much of what she has achieved – this magazine, her products, the interiors and buildings she has worked on –…

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elle decoration 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, Victoria Smith Art Intern Laura Sheppard PICTURES Group Picture Director Sharon O’Neill Picture Researcher Ellie Summers PRODUCTION Group Chief Sub Editor Michele Jameson Chief Sub Editors Julie Pannell-Rae, Helen Bonthrone, 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, LIFESTYLE & HOMES Sharon Douglas PA to Chief Brand Officer Helen Hart GROUP EDITORIAL HOMES Group Editorial Director Susy Smith Group Editorial PA Sandra Tear Workflow Director Carly Levy Group Managing Editor Ingrid Eames CLIENT DIVISION Managing Director, Beauty Jacqui Cave Managing Director, Fashion & Luxury Jacqueline Euwe Managing Director, Fitness & Health Alun Williams Director of Endorsements…

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Editor INSPIRING HOMES DECORATING TRENDS DESIGN NEWS GREAT REASONS TO SUBSCRIBE ▪Celebrate our 30th anniversary with an EXCLUSIVE ELLE Decoration Moleskine notebook ▪JUST £10 for your first six issues* ▪SAVE 27% after your trial is over ▪Receive LIMITED-EDITION covers ▪FREE delivery to your door every month ▪GREAT GIFT IDEA for friends and family SUBSCRIBING ONLINE IS EASY AND SECURE AT HEARSTMAGAZINES.CO.UK/EC-MAGAZINE OR CALL 01858 438 877† QUOTING 1EC11749. LINES OPEN MON–FRI 8AM–9.30PM, SAT 8AM–4PM† JUST £10 FOR SIX ISSUES* FREE GIFT WORTH £17.99 Terms and conditions *After your first five issues, your subscription will continue at the rate of £21 every six issues, unless you are otherwise notified. All orders will be acknowledged and you will be advised of the start issue within 14 days. Gift is available on annual rates only; if stock runs out, you will be offered an alternative gift. Subscriptions…

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MATERIAL GAINS Think Ercol and the brand’s heritage with woodcraft, especially steam-bent timber, will come to mind. For its latest collections, though, the British furniture producer is making its first foray into metal. The ‘Verso’ three-piece cabinet range includes brass backplates behind its doors, giving each item a subtle metallic flash. Meanwhile, the ‘Ore’ tables have elegant sand-cast iron bases anchoring their crafted walnut tops. ‘Verso’ large sideboard, £2,395; ‘Ore’ side and coffee tables in walnut, from £349; ‘Marino’ chair, from £1,340 (ercol.com). CRAFT with aCONSCIENCE Kam Ce Kam is a new furniture and accessories brand that fuses India’s craft heritage with contemporary design. Founder Jehanara Knowles grew up between New Delhi and London, fostering a passion for India’s incredible manufacturing industry and an eye for design informed by both countries. ‘We wanted…

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genevieve bennett x heal’s

Tell us about your background… My family had a silk business and I grew up surrounded by fabric at home – there were always samples everywhere! Then I studied weaving and embroidery at Glasgow School of Art followed by Mixed Media at the Royal College of Art, where I developed a love of pattern, colour and technique. How would you describe your work? It references the tradition of decorative arts but is enabled by a mixture of sophisticated technology and traditional craft. I am passionate about combining beautiful natural materials, unique pattern and innovative techniques to create precious and long-lasting products. My aim is to create pieces that improve with age, are timelessly elegant and thoroughly contemporary. Your ‘Deco Knot’ collection was inspired by Samurai knots – that’s an unexpected source of…

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sustainable design

ADDING UP Annick L Petersen’s latest design is actually six in one. The ‘505’ vase is made up of five stackable components that can be combined or used individually. Available in black and white, the vase is 3D printed from Petersen’s north London studio and uses recycled plastic made from household and commercial waste. £390, Alp Design (alp-design.co.uk). WASTE NOT… GoodWaste was founded by Royal College of Arts graduates Ambra Dentella, Ewan Alston and Rafael Muldal el Baz. The brand sources waste materials including marble, steel and Corian from London’s industrial sites (in this case Park Royal in Harlesden) and transforms it into unique pieces of furniture and homeware. They see their work as a ‘new model of manufacturing’, disposing of unwanted materials and creating quality goods with longevity. From £120, Selfridges (selfridges.co.uk). WORTH…