Hogar y Jardín
House and Garden

House and Garden May 2018

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.

Leer Más
United Kingdom
Conde Nast Publications Ltd
4,62 €(IVA inc.)
34,73 €(IVA inc.)
12 Números

en este número

2 min.
this month’s contributors

LINE T KLEIN Photographer Line Klein says she was ‘spellbound’ by the first darkroom she saw when she was 14. She worked in the photography department of a newspaper in Denmark before becoming a photographer full time. Working with stylists on shoots has inspired Line to see her home ‘as a playground’ and to invest in ‘fewer but better pieces of furniture’. This month, she photographed the recipes of fellow Dane Trine Hahnemann (from page 235). Where is the most amazing place you have visited? ‘Trancoso in Brazil, which I photographed for House & Garden’s Hotels by Design supplement last year. It is breathtakingly beautiful.’ BEN PENTREATH Architectural designer Ben Pentreath describes his style as ‘hopefully timeless and never dull’. Indeed, when asked about the people who inspire him, he lists a varied cast of design-world characters,…

3 min.
from the editor

I was delighted to discover a BBC documentary from 1992 on iPlayer called Signs of the Times. It’s a funny, fascinating and poignant portrait of the nation’s interiors tastes, captured brilliantly through the deadpan photography of Martin Parr. As a nation, we do like to talk about our houses. Working at House & Garden gives me leave to quiz people about their homes and I’m amazed at how many (often quite unlikely) characters are more than happy to talk at length about them. A simple question about a chair or a fabric can quickly lay bare the range of emotions that were behind that decorating decision. Other people’s taste is always fascinating – ‘what WERE they thinking?’ must be one of the most gleeful questions in decorating. I’m always a…

2 min.
follow the curve

1 min.

1 min.


2 min.
something to grout about

Between the three of them, Rob Whitaker, Andy Manders and Lucy Kenna have over 40 years’ experience in the world of beautiful tiles. They met at Fired Earth, where Rob was creative director, Andy the CEO and Lucy the marketing director. Last year, however, the trio decided to take a chance and set up their own company, Claybrook. As with most start-ups, the plan was to begin small. But that’s not to say they don’t have big ambitions. It will come as no surprise that high-end floor and wall tiles are the brand’s initial focus. ‘Who knew that a tile could be so addictive?’ reads the Claybrook launch statement. As addictions go, it is an innocuous one to have, although clearly still exhilarating. ‘There’s something amazing about meeting specialists round the…