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Terrain - Jackie Nickerson

Terrain - Jackie Nickerson

After a career as a magazine photographer Jackie Nickerson quit the commercial world, bought a truck and spent two and a half years travelling through Malawi, Mozambique, South Africa and Zimbabwe.

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Michael Heizer - Size Matters

Michael Heizer - Size Matters

“I think size is the most unused quotient in the sculptor's repertoire because it requires lots of commitment and time. To me it's the best tool. With size you get space and atmosphere: atmosphere becomes volume. You stand in the shape, in the zone.” 

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From Underwear to Everywhere – Our Unwavering Love for The White T-Shirt

From Underwear to Everywhere – Our Unwavering Love for The White T-Shirt

I may as well admit now, that I’m one of those dinner party bores who prattles on about the positive aspects of life before the internet.Underneath this relentless conversational umbrella, there’s always a point where I start . . . .
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Tel Aviv - A photo Diary by Filip Sevo

Tel Aviv - A photo Diary by Filip Sevo

Tel Aviv is buzzing with so much life, you could bottle it and sell it as honey - A photo Diary by Filip Sevo

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The Ordinary

The Ordinary

Studio Nicholson’s magic lies in making the everyday and common place garment exceptionally beautiful and flawlessly modern. ‘I am infatuated with the idea of the ordinary and conventional in place of any kind of fantasy, says Nick..”

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David Lynch: Beautifully Complex

David Lynch: Beautifully Complex

He may be one of the most extraordinary directors of his generation, but David Lynch would rather not talk about his films: “An artist makes a painting, and nobody bugs him or her about it. It’s just you and your painting. To me, that’s the way it should be with film as well.”

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Neave Brown: The Neighbourhood Architect

Neave Brown: The Neighbourhood Architect

If the sign of a good architect is really caring about the people who will live in the buildings you design, Neave Brown was one of the best....

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Sculptures like Towers – the artwork of Saloua Raouda Choucair (1916 – 2017) - 7 Architects in Practice

Sculptures like Towers – the artwork of Saloua Raouda Choucair (1916 – 2017) - 7 Architects in Practice

Choucair's sculptures had been gathering dust in her apartment in Beirut for many decades before they were finally displayed in an exhibition at Tate Modern in 2013......

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Marseille by Tom Lewis

Marseille by Tom Lewis

A photo diary of Marseille by Tom Lewis our Brand Manager on his recent trip to the French City.

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Scale, 6a Habits in Models and Prototype - 7 Architects in Practice

Scale, 6a Habits in Models and Prototype - 7 Architects in Practice

There is a long tradition of using architectural models and prototypes in the design process and often they influence a project far beyond their use as a design tool to become objects that exist in their own right and sometimes even outlive the buildings they were inspiring.

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Nick Wakeman - Studio Nicholson

Nick Wakeman - Studio Nicholson

For the next instalment of our women’s series, we thought it was only right we focus on our Founder and Creative Director.

A couple of weeks back writer Chi San Wan and Photographer Jess McCormick made their way to Nick’s Hackney apartment to find out more about what surrounds, inspires and excites the Studio Nicholson chief.

Here is what they found out…..

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Building with Gardens - 7 Architects in Practice

Building with Gardens - 7 Architects in Practice

Working with the entire footprint of a site, designing external and internal spaces as active primary rooms - even if filled with trees - perhaps reflects a broader cultural shift in our perception of nature......

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