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The World of Interiors

The World of Interiors

November 2020

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English
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Conde Nast Publications Ltd
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4 min.
antennae

1 Tidy home, tidy mind: if you live by the adage, then Hermès’s ‘Gazette’ wall-mounted organiser (£11,500) in hand-stitched ‘H’ bullcalf with ‘Chagrin’ goatskin interior has your name on it. Ring 020 7499 8856, or visit hermes.com. 2 La Double J founder JJ Martin blends Italianate craft with Cali fornian vibes to create ‘heart-lifting, double-punch designs’. Shown: two (nested) ‘Rainbow’ porcelain dinner plate and soup bowl sets (£100 each) from her new ‘Housewives 5’ range. There are four zingy colour combinations. Visit ladoublej.com. 3 Dress to kill in Peter Pilotto. Your table that is, not you. The fashion brand has brought its eye for colour to bear on a collection for luxury linen brand Once Milano. From £50 approx per tassel-fringed napkin. Visit oncemilano.com. 4 Dinesen has deviated from the wood flooring for…

5 min.
the highlight zone

IF YOU LOVE old houses and want to live in one, you will surely have regretted being stuck in an era when new buildings are not as beautiful as they once were. But have you thought of remaking that lost world? And making it better than it actually was the first time – with all your favourite styles mixed into one? The extraordinary thing about the Edwardian era is that architects did create houses like these, palimpsests that evoked their favourite moments of architectural history – a Tudor hall, a Carolean stair, a Baroque fireplace – all under one roof. In 1907, a successful and prolific middle-aged architect called WD Caröe started to rebuild a remote Surrey farmhouse called Vann, near Hambledon in the southwest of the county. On the site…

1 min.
antennae roundup

2 min.
petals monumental

10 min.
books

HORNET AND WILD ROSE: THE ART OF TIRZAH GARWOOD (by Anne Ullmann; The Fleece Press, rrp £242) In a more equal world, Tirzah Garwood would be celebrated as one of the most innovative and accomplished artists of 20th-century British art. Yet after she died aged 42, her star faded almost without a trace, her extraordinary talent eclipsed by that of her husband, the watercolourist Eric Ravilious. Almost 70 years after her death, in this impeccably researched and moving account, Anne Ullmann sets out to recover her mother’s career and write her back into the story of art. Garwood was born in Gillingham, Kent, to a wealthy upper-middle-class family. At the age of 17, she enrolled at Eastbourne School of Art where, under the instruction of her handsome young tutor Eric Ravilious,…

2 min.
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