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House and Garden July 2019

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.

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United Kingdom
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English
Publisher:
Conde Nast Publications Ltd
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this month’s contributors

NASSIMA ROTHACKER Photographer Focusing on food, interiors, lifestyle and people, the Australian photographer Nassima Rothacker aspires to ‘make everyday moments exceptionally beautiful’. She currently lives in London, in a former dog-biscuit factory filled with Scandinavian design and industrial pieces. When not working, she can be found on her yoga mat or busy with her own fine-art projects, which have been exhibited in several galleries. She shot the images for California Living + Eating (Hardie Grant, £22), recipes from which are on pages 123-128. Who have you been following on Instagram? ‘The talented @skandihus_london. Stine Dulong has just opened up a second studio offering pottery workshops and classes.’ STUART BARFOOT Garden designer Although he is based in Brighton, Stuart Barfoot designs gardens worldwide. Having opened his own studio in 2008, he now works mainly in Italy and…

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VOGUE HOUSE, HANOVER SQUARE, LONDON W1S 1JU (TEL: 020-7499 9080) HATTA BYNG EDITOR ART DIRECTOR Jenny Lister DEPUTY EDITOR David Nicholls MANAGING EDITOR/CHIEF SUB-EDITOR Caroline Bullough CREATIVE DIRECTOR (INTERIORS) Gabby Deeming PA TO THE EDITOR/EDITORIAL ASSISTANT Rumer Neill ARTS AND FEATURES EDITOR Emily Tobin FEATURES WRITER Elizabeth Metcalfe DEPUTY DECORATION EDITOR Ruth Sleightholme DECORATION STYLIST Charlie Porter DECORATION INTERN Davey Hunter-Jones EDITOR-AT-LARGE Liz Elliot GARDEN EDITOR Clare Foster TRAVEL EDITOR Pamela Goodman FOOD EDITOR Blanche Vaughan DEPUTY CHIEF SUB-EDITOR Sue Gilkes SUB-EDITOR Sophie Devlin DEPUTY ART DIRECTOR Joshua Monaghan ART EDITOR Eva Farrington PHOTOGRAPHY EDITOR Owen Gale CONSULTANT EDITOR Susan Crewe CONTRIBUTING EDITORS Lavinia Bolton, Virginia Fraser, Matilda Goad, Fiona Golfar, Rita Konig, Nonie Niesewand, Elizabeth Rees-Jones, Aude De La Conté (France) DIGITAL EDITOR Emily Senior DIGITAL FEATURES EDITOR Virginia Clark DIGITAL FEATURES WRITER Charlotte Sutherland-Hawes DIGITAL COMMERCIAL DIRECTOR Malcolm Attwells DIGITAL OPERATIONS DIRECTOR Helen Placito DIRECTOR OF EDITORIAL ADMINISTRATION AND RIGHTS Harriet Wilson EDITORIAL BUSINESS MANAGER Grace Fothergill SYNDICATION…

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bed and beyond

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the house & garden awards 2019

INTERIOR DESIGNER OF THE YEAR Sponsored by Farrow & Ball winner MARIA SPEAKE The House & Garden Top 100 comprises the very best interior designers working in this country today. It is a diverse list bursting with creativity and its curation required hours of discussion. However, when it came to choosing our Interior Designer of the Year, the House & Garden team was unanimous in choosing Maria Speake of Retrouvius. Maria heads up the interior-design arm of this architectural-reclamation and vintage-furniture business. For more than 20 years, she has been applying her boundless imagination to the use of reclaimed and salvaged materials in ways that are completely her own and that sing with modernity. Maria was at the vanguard of the sustainability movement and, as showcased by a recent project in the former BBC…

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