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The World of Interiors August 2017

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1 Marking a departure from the stone it’s synonymous with, Lapicida has introduced ‘Old Faro’ (£71 per sq m) and ‘Silver Mirror’ porcelain tiles (£131 per sq m). The former are reproductions – complete with printed chips and cracks – of antique Portuguese tin-glazed azulejos (a blue-and-white patterned version is also available). The latter are inspired by aged looking-glass (in silver or bronze). Both are suitable for floors and walls. Ring 01423 400100, or visit lapicida.com. 2 Samuel & Sons’ ‘Deauville’ border tape collection is très chic – much like the high society that, since the 19th century, has frequented the French seaside resort it’s named after. From left: ‘Callen’ and ‘Hamilton’ (from £20 per m), which are available in different colourways. Ring 020 7351 5153, or visit samuelandsons.com. 3 Themis Z…

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antennae roundup

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blind ambition

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ROBERT ADAM: COUNTRY HOUSE DESIGN, DECORATION AND THE ART OF ELEGANCE (by Jeremy Musson; Rizzoli, rrp £45) The competitive spirit and desire for novelty among consumers that have so often prompted shifts in architectural fashion did much to drive the craze for the interiors of Robert Adam. They gripped the bon ton of Britain in the 1760s. The aristocracy, and nouveau riche, couldn’t get enough of the Scottish architect: ‘He has made me a ceiling and chimney piece,’ wrote one smugly satisfied client, ‘which are pretty enough to make me a thousand enemies.’ Adam was offering a luxurious new look which was lent glamour, but also intellectual – even moral – lustre, by antique precedent. He had imbibed the language of Classical architecture at source, visiting Herculaneum, surveying Diocletian’s palace…

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serious pursuits

The founders of the EDINBURGH ART FESTIVAL must have known they were on to a winner. For while you can’t count on sunshine in Leith in August, one thing you can bank on is footfall, as millions travel to the city for its other jamborees. And let’s face it, how would you rather spend an afternoon – cringing at cack-handed cabaret or wandering a rose walk and admiring some architecture? If – as we suspect – it’s the latter, make a beeline for Pablo Bron stein’s (WoI April 2017) pair of pavilions, installed at Jupiter Art land and connected by a garden in bloom. Also flour ish ing are those featuring in Edin burgh Col lege of Art’s master’s show. And we recommend the memorial chapel at Old St Paul’s,…

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pull some shapes