Architrave II

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Jessica Sanders, Untitled Moulding Test; 2010, Moulding, Black Electrical Tape

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Architrave II (Continued)

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Jessica Sanders, Untitled Moulding Test; 2010, Moulding, Black Electrical Tape

Architrave

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Lee Broom – Architrave (2010)

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The Things We Simply Like

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A phrase from the nineteenth-century German poet, Hölderlin, reads: “poetically, man dwells.” Perhaps Ben Pentreath succeeds in giving meaning to this phrase by way of his eponymous boutique in Bloomsbury. After all, just as the skilled poet betrays a love for words and the unwavering care for their arrangement, it is quite evident that this quaint, 3m x 3m shop does much of the same when it comes to the many things and “curiosities” that make up the English abode.

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Honing in on Soane

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For someone like leading antique dealer and ardent collector Peter Hone, any attempt at reviving the classics should by no means be watered down by modern proclivities. His West London flat – a Georgian conversion in Ladbroke Grove – is evidence of such a sentiment, a veritable paean to the neoclassical maestro that was Soane.

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Casting About

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The title of this post is a phrase that could very well capture what British artist and designer Kathy Dalwood does best. Through the seemingly limited possibilities offered by weighty and abrasive materials like concrete, her imagination ventures far and wide, casting about for sculptural novelties.

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The Boys Next Door: Caruso St. John at 12 Lincoln’s Inn Fields

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The interiors of Sir John Soane’s Museum are characterised by an enormous and engaging variety made up of objects, furniture and space. Soane’s genius is as much about a splendid organisation of light and space, as it is about a connoisseur’s eye for precious objects and an ability to bring seemingly disparate things together.

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