Posts tagged "london"
Corinthia hotels - timeless luxury for less until February 28th

Corinthia hotels – timeless luxury for less until February 28th

If you’re planning to take some days off in Europe in the next coming weeks do check out the Corinthia Hotels annual sale with fifty percent off on all their European properties; Prague, Malta, St Petersburg, Lisbon and Budapest. The Corinthia Hotel in London has its own exclusive deal where if you book three nights...
Artwork by Kristjana S. Williams for the Connaught hotel

Artwork by Kristjana S. Williams for the Connaught hotel

We like the unique artwork created by the brand consultancy The Partners and contemporary artist Kristjana S. Williams to celebrate the heritage and the spirit of London’s for the Connaught hotel. The Connaught, situated at the heart of London’s Mayfair, approached The Partners to create an identity that captured the spirit of the hotel, and,...
Isabel Berglund at Wool Modern

Isabel Berglund at Wool Modern

Wool Modern – The Campaign for Wool has announced the highlight of Wool Week 2011, launching an exhibition in September 8th -29th September at La Galleria Pall Mall in London. The exhibition will then also appear in Berlin, Sydney, New York, Tokyo and Shanghai. The exhibition focuses on the modern, innovative and avant garde use...
Leading the way in city cycling

Leading the way in city cycling

Japanʼs cool bicycle company, tokyobike, will be running free bike maintenance workshops over the next two weeks at its brand new pop-up shop in Rivington Street. tokyobikeʼs expert mechanic on loan from our Head Quarters in Tokyo will lead the sessions, bringing his meticulous craftsmanship to our London workshop. The sessions have been created to...
A skateboarding travelogue

A skateboarding travelogue

Project one by Yohan Forbes is a visual journey through London, an exploration in our use of urban space, landscape and architecture. The skateboarder’s reappropraition of the city transforms it into a playground where its usual constraints are far from him. The film shows and uncovers London’s hidden spots, from Thames Barrier to East India...
The Restaurant at the Royal Academy of Arts

The Restaurant at the Royal Academy of Arts

Interior design practice, Design Research Studio, under the direction of Tom Dixon, have created the interior for the new restaurant at the Royal Academy of Arts. This is the latest project for renowned restaurateur Oliver Peyton of Peyton and Byrne. The 150 cover restaurant opened to the public 19th January 2011. The 250 m2 refurbishment...
The Cocoon experience at the Darwin Centre

The Cocoon experience at the Darwin Centre

Images from some of the exhibits within the Cocoon experience at the Darwin Centre at the Natural History Museum, London. This is a new post by David Report contributor Kristina Dryza.
Products of the month at Shop by Jasper Morrison

Products of the month at Shop by Jasper Morrison

Shop by Jasper Morrison just put up the products of the month. This time a cork bowl, a dustpan, an outdoor brush, a brown tape and a bucket. The Shop which is situated in one part of the Jasper Morrison studio is worth a visit next time you are in London. As simple and straight...
In praise of shadows

In praise of shadows

The exhibition In Praise of Shadows at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London has now been extended to 18th October. At the images is some of the exhibited works.
In Praise of Shadows at the V&A

In Praise of Shadows at the V&A

In praise of shadows is an exhibition on new European lightning curated by Jane Withers. It will be running during the London design festival, September 19–27 at the V&A. In Praise of Shadows showcases works by 20 European designers who imaginatively explore not only the potential of low energy lighting and alternative energy sources but...