With 28 individually styled rooms and suites, tree-filled courtyards, a 7000ft2 roof terrace and a family of resident tortoises, El Fenn is the perfect retreat from which to enjoy Africa’s most exotic city. (more…)
Peaceful, beautiful, refined. Riad Tzarra is an elegant house in one of the oldest neighbourhoods of Marrakech. Lovingly restored by the renowned architect, Christophe Siméon, Riad Tzarra offers guests a comfortable and serene home in the centre of the Medina, close to the Musée de Marrakech and the Medersa Ben Youssef and only minutes from the entrance to the Souks and the Place Jemaa el Fna. (more…)
Our latest project is finally open! Discover FEGO Banstead and their amazing breakfast, lunch, dinner and anything in between!
Our place is your space. Come and hang out at Fego for breakfast, lunch, dinner and anything in between. Now open in Banstead >> hellofego.com
Posted by Fego Caffè on Thursday, 20 April 2017
After our quick trip to Morocco we can finally share with you the updates on our amazing hotel project build in Chefchaouen. This hotel will combine the berber house style in a luxurious perspective overlooking from the hill at the blue pearl of Morocco, Chefchaouen. (more…)
January is a time for reflection and resolutions. A time where the majority of us are determined to fill our diary out with exciting events and embark on new beginnings which bring about change in the year to come. Many of us long for holidays in the sun, whilst others are determined to deviate from the old and discoloured carpet in the lounge to a modern alternative (more…)
The first and largest retrospective of the late designer’s work to be presented in Europe, Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty showcases McQueen’s visionary body of work. Spanning his 1992 MA graduate collection to his unfinished A/W 2010 collection, McQueen’s designs are presented with the dramatic staging and sense of spectacle synonymous with his runway shows.
On the former site of Hackney café Mayfields comes a new 30-cover restaurant from the founders of The Secret Larder pop-up supperclub; serving a weekly changing, four course set menu. There’s a modern British theme: fried pig head with pickled spring onion, apple and nasturtium or buckwheat tea ice cream with rhubarb and sorrel are both being touted as probable regulars. With only three reds, three whites and one beer on the drinks list, customers can be sure the wines have been chosen to match the food perfectly.
London’s gallery, Lights of Soho, has reopened with a new group exhibition “City Lights”. It brings together artistic neon art by Tracey Emin and the late Chris Bracey, inspired by the feelings of excitement that come from encountering something new. Neon art work feature alongside rock slogans, old movie signs, props and signage rescued from nightclubs amongst other memorabilia from Soho’s past.
35 Brewer Street
80 Wythe Avenue, Williamsburg NY
Located along the waterfront of Williamsburg, in a disused factory the Wythe hotel, provides industrial interiors, spacious rooms, walk in showers, custom made wallpapers and beds and exceptional commissioned art pieces.
18 Bedford Avenue Greenpoint BK
Tucked away in Greenpoint, Brooklyn ‘Five Leaves.’ A new American bistro with an Australian twist. The relaxed interior is made up of a harmonious industrial/ vintage twist, creating a cosy setting, from breakfast through to dinner.
298 Bedford Avenue Brooklyn, NY
Oyster House and cocktail bar designed typically of the pre-existing cocktail bars found in New York. The interior displays a combination of rich, ribbed leather booth seating, contrasting loop back chairs, marble surfaces contrasted by rustic interior walls and fine brass detailing.
113 St Marks Pl NY
A secret cocktail lounge, hidden behind a telephone in East Village. Serving delightfully indulgent classic cocktails as well as some more modern creations.
24E 39th Street NY
Designed by DMDesign and Architecture, Raines Law Room is an intimate cocktail lounge inspired by the 1896 alcohol prohibition law. Concealed doors lead to a passageway of rich leather chesterfields, luxurious chandeliers and delicate golden accents.
111N North Street 3rd Williamsburg BK
Found in Williamsburg, Brooklyn the mast store reveals the arts and craft behind artisanal chocolatiers. The paired back interior, with intricate vintage details helps finely present the delightful detailing of the wrappers that conceal their home batch chocolate selection.
20W 29th Street NY
A hiatus of all things New York, the ace hotel conjures up an immense collection of local art and details. Becoming a hub for both locals and travellers alike it takes inspiration from the turn of the century building which it’s housed within. Think industrial, reclaimed, vintage in the heart of Midtown Manhattan.
242E. 81st Street NY
A popular New York chain, located in East Village, Luke’s represents the small intimate coastal shacks found at popular beach resorts. The minimal, exposed brick interior doesn’t detract from the innovative fast food that the restaurant conjures up!
113 Franklin Street Brooklyn NY
A family run bar with amazing cocktails. The interior reveals a forty foot long bar, bespoke artworks, and mezzanine seating.
292-294 St Paul’s Rd, London N1 2LH, tel: 020 7359 5055
Not just amazing rotisserie chicken, but a delicious selection of un-fussy home-made food prepared in a hectic open kitchen, all overlooked in a relaxed comfortable environment.
These lovely hexagonal tiles stood out for us, displacing the continuity of the popular solid wood flooring- A lovely subtle way of introducing some colour!
Check it out at http://www.le-coq.co.uk
9-18 January 2015
In it’s 12th year we’re looking forward to the LSFF, a chance to experience some amazing work by new talent evolving in the film industry! Not just screenings, there’s the opportunity to submerge yourself in discussions and talks by some of the film-makers themselves.
Check it out at http://shortfilms.org.uk/lsff12/
Rachel Mosler & Nick Cope
Beautiful marbled wallpaper recently posted on Design Milk. This incredible bespoke print is not only made to measure but also produced by hand. The designs, which are predominantly inspired by nature, more significantly horizons take inspiration from ‘The arts of Suminagashi and Ebru, emanating from Japan and Turkey.’ See their website for the multitude of available colours and for videos of them making the wallpapers in more detail!
Check it out at calicowallpaper.com
Looking forward to welcoming Another Country to London Fields in a few weeks, we loved their store transformation in London Design week, books supplied by Phaidon, new lighting launch and furniture and Cereal magazines first printed city guide; ‘Guided: London.’
Check it out at http://www.anothercountry.com
A truly delicious artisan bakery and coffee shop just a short stroll from our very own studio. Indulge in an insane selection of freshly cooked loaves, sour doughs, cakes and coffee all made from organic, locally sourced produce. Rumour has it they have bread courses too!
Check it out at http://e5bakehouse.com