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The World of Interiors

June 2019

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the world of interiors

EDITOR Rupert ThomasCREATIVE DIRECTOR Jessica HaynsART DIRECTOR Mark LazenbyDEPUTY EDITOR Nathalie WilsonASSOCIATE EDITOR, PARIS Marie-France BoyerFINE ARTS & FEATURES EDITOR Charlotte EdwardsSENIOR EDITORIAL STYLIST Miranda SinclairEDITORIAL STYLIST Max EggerEDITORIAL MANAGER/INSPIRATION EDITOR Grace McCloudCHIEF SUB-EDITOR Damian ThompsonART EDITORS Simon WithamLiam StevensEDITOR’S PA Magdalene BarclayNEW YORK EDITOR Carol PrisantEDITOR-AT-LARGE Min HoggPRODUCTION DIRECTOR Sarah JensonCOMMERCIAL PRODUCTION MANAGER Xenia DilnotACTING PRODUCTION CONTROLLER Skye MeelboomACTING PRODUCTION CO-ORDINATOR Milly Aylott HarveyCOMMERCIAL, PAPER & DISPLAY PRODUCTION CONTROLLER Martin MacMillanCIRCULATION DIRECTOR Richard KingerleeNEWSTRADE MARKETING MANAGER Olivia StreatfieldSUBSCRIPTION Patrick Foilleret (Director)Anthea Denning (Creative Design Manager)Lucy Rogers-Coltman, BrittanyMills (Direct Marketing Managers)Alan Paterson (Database Insight and Marketing Manager)Claudia Long (Assistant Promotions and Marketing Manager)US SUBSCRIPTION SALESTheWorld of Interiors, Freepost PO Box 37861, Boone, Iowa 50037-2861 (Tel: 888-737-9456. E-mail: theworldofinteriors@subscription.co.uk)PUBLISHING DIRECTOR Emma RedmaynePA TO PUBLISHING DIRECTOR Freya HillASSOCIATE PUBLISHER Sophie CattoEmma Hiley…

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(PHOTOGRAPHY: SIMON WITHAM (2, 2 OVERLEAF))1 Astier de Villatte’s latest offering will bring a twinkle to both your eye and your interior. The opaline-and-clear-glass ‘Pavilion’ chandelier (£2,575 approx), available in turquoise or amber colours, is handmade in the firm’s Paris atelier to Merrie Shinder’s design. Ring 00 33 1 42 60 74 13, or visit astierdevillatte.com.2 Interior designer and architectural historian Edward Bulmer is confident that his natural paint is the safest, healthiest and most beautiful available. Testament to the last-mentioned quality are his 20 brand-new colours, which brings the total to 90 overall. Prices start at £49.50 for 2.5 litres. Ring 01544 388535, or visit edwardbulmerpaint.co.uk.3 There’s more to Roger Oates’s ‘Borders’ collection than its name suggests. Thought has been given to how the edges work as a stripe…

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lights brigade

1 ‘Cube’, £570, Julian Chichester. 2 Wiener Werkstätte lamp, by Josef Hoffmann, £4,441 approx, Woka. 3 ‘Rest’, £179, Ferm Living. 4 ‘Pluto’, £606, CTO Lighting. 5 ‘CTL3210’ lantern, by Commune, $2,525, Remains Lighting. 6 ‘Hatton 4’, £585, Original BTC. 7 ‘IC T1’, by Michael Anastassiades for Flos, £327, Aram Store. Library table, £1,500, Retrouvius. All prices include VAT. For suppliers’ details see Address Book1 ‘Turn On’, by Joel Hoff for Hay, £115, Selfridges. 2 ‘Sitar’, £495, Ligne Roset. 3 Rechargeable ‘Bellhop’, by Barber Osgerby for Flos, £174, Aram Store. 4 ‘B-4’, by Greta Grossman for Gubi, £250, The Conran Shop. 5 Small ‘Duo’, by Tom Housden, £199, Hand and Eye Studio. 6 Red ‘Eclisse’, by Vico Magistretti, £148, Artemide. 7 Smoke ‘Take’, by Kartell, £80, Amara. Antique textile table, £480,…

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antennae roundup

1 Stainless-steel Bauhaus bowl, by Marianne Brandt, $120, Neue Galerie Design Shop.2 ‘A Walk in the Garden’ (from top: ‘043013P’; ‘043085P’), from £95 each, Hermès.3 ‘Lattuga Grande’, £38 approx, Mario Luca Giusti.4 Black dhow ‘Lustre’ pasta bowl, by Bethan Gray, £130, 1882.5 ‘Trattoria’ (from left: orange zest; pool blue; straw; mint), from £18 each, The Conran Shop.6 ‘Labirinto Scarlatto’, by Richard Ginori, £255, Harrods.7 Large topaz ‘Girih’, £1,150, Linley.8 ‘Cielo’, from £252 approx each, Hering Berlin. All prices include VAT. For suppliers’ details see Address Book1 ‘Edme’ pasta bowls, £17 each, Wedgwood.2 Hampstead green ‘Vintage Stripe’ café au lait bowls, $68 for a set of four, Sir/Madam.3 Mustard stoneware breakfast bowls, by Robyn Cove, £30 each, Tinsmiths.4 Yellow/white ‘8’, by Aage and Kasper Würtz, £60, Sigmar.5 ‘Window Still Life’, by…

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THE COUNTRY HOUSE PAST, PRESENT, FUTURE: GREAT HOUSES OF THE BRITISH ISLES (by David Cannadine and Jeremy Musson; Rizzoli, rrp £65) With its cover picture of Uppark against an azure sky, The Country House could be yet another coffee-table book, but it’s not. It is an incendiary bomb lobbed in the direction of the ‘inherited privilege, abundant leisure and elite culture’ of the classes who owned, and still own, Britain’s country houses, and of the art- and architectural-history approach taken by people like James Lees-Milne, who called country houses ‘our most precious secular shrines’.In his introduction, the historian David Cannadine begins with The Treasure Houses of Britain, a sumptuous exhibition in Washington in 1985-86 showing 700 works of art from more than 200 country houses. He dismisses the claim of…

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positive spin

Parsua, the Galerie Chevalier rug brand, was created to kickstart the revival of the Persian carpet. The objective is to make carpets using ancestral techniques (hand-spun wool and dyeing using only natural pigments, sun and water to obtain a natural patina). The result is carpets of high quality, without ever resorting to the use of chemicals that harm the environment. The Parsua spirit lies where ancient and contemporary meet, mingle and harmonise. Pictured: naturally dyed, hand-knotted ‘Narendji’ carpet in cotton and wool, 3.5 × 2.5m, £10,000. Visit cbparsua.comThe woven masterpieces created by Belgian luxury brand Thibault van Renne boast extraordinary design and uncompromising quality, durability and sustainability. Inspired by our human capacity to embrace emotion over logic, its legendary products are created by challenging traditional design methods in favour of…