Our World

A SERIES OF DESIGN, TRAVEL AND ART STORIES FOR THE CREATIVE AND THE CURIOUS

Jean-Michel Basquiat

New York, United States. 1960-1988

The Ultimate Dinner Party

The Painted Hall, Greenwich England

Yves Klein

Nice, France. 1928-1962

Hotel Château du Grand-Lucé

Le Grand-Lucé, France

Our Favourite Things

Nikki's top 5 things she loves at the moment

Our Favourite Things

Rob's top 5 things he loves at the moment

The Harpa

Reykjavik, Iceland

Our Favorite Things

Natalia's top 5 things she loves at the moment

Peggy Guggenheim

New York, United States. 1898- 1979

Our Favorite Things

Chloe's top 5 things she loves at the moment

In America - A Lexicon of Fashion

The MET Fifth Avenue, NYC

Our Favourite Things

Nicole's top 5 things she loves at the moment

Bruno Sacco

Mercedes-Benz

Our Favourite Things

Liz's top 5 things she loves at the moment

Isabelle Stanislas- Designing Spaces, Drawing Emotions

Architectural Interior Designer- Fontenay-sous-Bois, France

Musée Rodin

Paris, France

Flack Studio

Architectural Interior Designer- Melbourne, Australia

The Great Beauty

Film - 2013

Colin King

Interior Stylist- New York, United States

Mark Rothko

Daugavpils, Latvia. 1903-1970

Axel Vervoordt - Portrait of Interiors

Interior Designer- Antwerp, Belgium

Constantin Brancusi

Brancusi vs. USA

Murano Glass

Venice, Italy

The Louis Vuitton Trunk

A monogrammed mark on fashion history

Charles Zana- The Art of Interiors

Architect and Interior Designer- Paris, France

Philip Mitchell - Collected Interiors

Interior Designer- Toronto, Canada

Hotel Villa San Michele

Florence, Italy

Henry Moore

Castleford, United Kingdom. 1898-1986

Amanzoe - Designed by Edward Tuttle

Port Heli, Greece

The Easy Chair- Pierre Jeanneret

Geneva, Switzerland. 1896-1967

Pietrasanta, Italy

An open air gallery of marble and bronze sculptures.

Villa KĂ©rylos

Beaulieu-sur-Mer, France

The Good Earth Food & Wine Co.

Beamsville, Ontario

Casa Loewe Barcelona

Barcelona, Spain

Lucio Fontana

Violated canvases and punctured ceramics.

Line Vautrin

Paris, France. 1913-1997