Connecting Threads

Connecting Threads

Copenhagen rug brand Linie Design's two-level flagship showroom by Norm Architects unfolds like a story, with a recurring material palette as the link that holds it together
Vive La Différence

Vive La Différence

Clever layout changes plus a warm and characterful approach to the interior have seen this Haussmannian apartment in Paris transformed by Atelier OLK
Catalyst for Creativity

Catalyst for Creativity

Once a storage space in a 1970s block, architect Georgios Apostolopoulos has created a light, minimal office for his own studio in Athens that encourages openness and collaboration
Fade In

Fade In

Grandly baroque from the outside but earthy and natural within, Puglia’s Casa Soleto, restored by Studio Andrew Trotter, has had a modern-rustic renaissance
Off Centre

Off Centre

A Parisian pied-a-terre for a gallery owner sees architect Maxime Bousquet deliver a project that is both surprising and sophisticated
Space, Light & Balance

Space, Light & Balance

Inspired by the likes of Frank Lloyd Wright and Tadao Ando, this loft-like Amsterdam apartment blends industrial steel with warm wood
Urban Refuge

Urban Refuge

Baranowitz + Kronenberg’s one-bedroom home in an art deco block in Tel Aviv employs a cocoon of Douglas fir to soothe the senses of its cosmopolitan owner
Familiar Face

Familiar Face

New Danish brand Audo aims to evoke a sense of belonging with its multifunctional Copenhagen headquarters
Core Strengths

Core Strengths

Warm, welcoming yet stripped back, Dedraft’s reformer pilates studio for Studio Anatomy is a calm companion to physical improvement
Homegrown Hospitality

Homegrown Hospitality

At 20 Berkeley, British cuisine and design merge to create a homely Mayfair dining venue that draws on its location’s once-rural roots
Personal Experimentation

Personal Experimentation

Swedish interior designer Daniel Lonnstrom shaped his Brooklyn home around an abiding love for collectible design and the history of decorative arts
An On-point Pied-à-terre

An On-point Pied-à-terre

Banda’s first completed project in France is a Parisian apartment in a coveted location, with a pared-back approach to luxury
Members Only

Members Only

A Viennese private members club takes its design cues from London with an eccentric mix of bold colour, pattern and texture
Mellow Tone

Mellow Tone

Portuguese chef Nuno Mendes has opened Cozinha Das Flores and Flôr, a restaurant and bar in historic Porto, with intimate interiors by Space Copenhagen
Ensemble Piece

Ensemble Piece

The top of the Neoclassical Hôtel d'Hallwyll in Paris hides a compelling secret: a 1990s apartment by the late Andrée Putman that’s been given a new lease of life by designer Marie-Anne Derville
Go Wild

Go Wild

Set on a 200-acre estate close to London, Birch (Selsdon) invites guests to reconnect with nature, and themselves, without travelling too far – and A-nrd's design for the hotel brings an earthy naturalness to the Victorian grandeur
Wonder Room

Wonder Room

It’s Sir Paul Smith’s world, and we just live in it – or sleep in it. A new suite at Brown’s hotel in London, the first ever hotel room created by the fashion and product designer, is a microcosm of his style and taste
Heaven Sent

Heaven Sent

Morten Emil Engel of MEE Studio brings a corner of a deconsecrated Copenhagen chapel back to life as a cafe and retail space
Heartfelt Home

Heartfelt Home

Child Studio’s Mayfair mews house speaks its own language of opulence via meticulous craftsmanship and impeccable 20th-century references
Sophisticated Palette

Sophisticated Palette

A mixture of 1970s Brutalism and the bold flavours on the menu inspired architect and designer David Thulstrup to create the interiors of Ikoyi at 180 The Strand
Light Work

Light Work

“It's like being in a family” says designer Luca Nichetto of the Pink Villa, the house he has converted into a playful workplace for him and his team in the suburbs of Stockholm
Happy Ever After

Happy Ever After

Bridalwear shop The Fall caters to modern brides left lukewarm by mainstream styles. When it came to the design of its new Dalston shop, it found the perfect partner in Studio Jey
Woven Together

Woven Together

The quiet of a reading room, combined with an affinity for the local landscape: JamesPlumb's design for Aesop in Cambridge is where the craft tradition of bulrush-weaving gets a new lease of life
Scents and Sensitivity

Scents and Sensitivity

Natural fragrance house Ffern opens a central London store whose design aligns with the brand's commitment to artisanship, sustainability and seasonality