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‘Fontaine’ cast metal table lamp now available in an Antique Gold finish

Heathfield & Co’s range of lighting designs cast from reclaimed driftwood is one of the most popular and recognisable in the Signature lighting collection, with both table lamp and wall light options available. The range’s Fontaine Nickel table lamp is now joined by a beautiful Antique Gold leaf finish option, providing a luxurious and opulent […]

 

 


Guggenheim Presents Major Alberto Burri Retrospective

From October 9, 2015, to January 6, 2016, the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum will present a major retrospective devoted to the work of Italian artist Alberto Burri (1915–1995). Exploring the beauty and complexity of Burri’s process-based works, the exhibition positions the artist as a central protagonist of post–World War II art and revises traditional narratives […]

 

 


Heathfield & Co interviews Catriona Gray

Currently based at Town & Country and Harper’s Bazaar, Cat Gray has freelanced for a number of magazines and newspapers, and is the reviews editor at The Architectural Historian. Prior to this, she spent several years working at House & Garden magazine. While at House & Garden, Cat stumbled across the magazine’s extensive archives, and […]

 

 


Barbara Hepworth: Sculpture for a Modern World

Tate Britain presents the first major London retrospective for almost half a century of the work of Barbara Hepworth, one of Britain’s greatest artists (24 June – 25 October 2015 ). Barbara Hepworth was a leading figure of the international modern art movement in the 1930s, and one of the most successful sculptors in the […]

 

 


London Collections Men SS16

Running from 12th – 15th June, ‘London Collections Men SS16’ showcased the work of more than seventy menswear designers. Running alongside a packed schedule of catwalk shows, presentations and events, the Designer Showrooms featured emerging, contemporary and resort brands and took place in two of the official LCM venues; The Hospital Club and Victoria House. […]

 

 


GA Design’s interiors of the Waldorf Astoria Amsterdam win at the 2015 International, Hotel & Property Awards

GA Design’s stunning interiors for the Waldorf Astoria Amsterdam recently won the ‘European Hotel 50-200 room’ category at the International Hotel & Property Awards. The hotel’s interiors feature a comprehensive selection of Heathfield & Co lighting, including designs from the ‘Signature‘ collection, in addition to fully bespoke ceiling pendants. Run by UK-based interior design magazine, […]

 

 


An interview with Ciara Donegan, Jane Clayton & Company

Jane Clayton & Company has been in the business of interior design and furnishing since 1979. Its earliest contracts included exclusive Relais et Chateaux country house hotels. This relationship with the quality hotel industry has continued to develop and grow over the last thirty years. Ciara’s career began with the renowned designer Nina Campbell where […]

 

 


2015 Interior Colour Trend: Blue

Blue has established itself as one of the key interior trend colours to have emerged through the first half of 2015. Tones ranging from vibrant, vivid teals through to rich, dark blues have all featured heavily. The versatility of this colour palette has seen blues utilised in furnishings, paint finishes, as well as various decorative […]

 

 


London Festival of Architecture 2015

This June saw the London Festival of Architecture (LFA) return with its annual, city-wide celebration of the capital’s rich architectural landscape. Through a programme of over 240 events, reaching from the city centre to the corners of London, the festival is a major platform for discussing, discovering and thinking about architecture. The first week of […]

 

 


Simon Lee Gallery presents ‘Five Decades: Sculpture and Works on Paper’ highlights Japanese post-war art

Simon Lee Gallery is pleased to present ‘Five Decades: Sculpture and Works on Paper: Koji Enokura, Noriyuki Haraguchi, Tatsuo Kawaguchi, Noboru Takayama’. The exhibition brings together the work of four crucial figures whose early practices are affiliated with the post-war Japanese artistic phenomenon Mono-ha (School of Things). Spanning a period of five decades, the works […]

 

 


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