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Designer Point of View: In Conversation with Carl D’Aquino

Elegant, elevated, detailed, and timeless: All the interiors Carl D’Aquino creates eschew fleeting trends in favor of enduring style, luxury, and livability. The New York-based partner of design firm D’Aquino Monaco (which he and architect Francine Monaco lead) creates residential spaces — as well as hospitality, retail, and commercial projects — that mesh comfort and livability… read more

Scales on butterfly wings | Patterns in Nature | The Chromologist

Patterns in Nature – a Striking Book for Print Lovers

It’s no surprise that many of the most spectacular prints come from nature’s pattern formations. Science writer Philip Ball, who has  published a trilogy of books on this subject, returns to the topic in his wonderful new release Patterns In Nature – a must-read for pattern makers and nature enthusiasts alike. Exploring both the science and artistry behind nature’s awe-inspiring designs,… read more

Missoni exhibition | The Chromologist

See this: Exhibition on Italian fashion powerhouse Missoni

Opened this month, Missoni Art Colour at the Fashion and Textile Museum in London’s Bermondsey takes an inviting look at the Italian fashion house, with a particular focus on the textiles it became renowned for designed by married founders Ottavio and Rosita Missoni. The duo met in London in 1948 when Ottavio was competing in the Olympic games. He’d already started a… read more


Holiday Trend – Relaxing Getaways where you can get Creative

A recently opened holiday getaway in Tuscany – Villa Lena – is king of a holiday trend that’s emerged, aimed at interiors-loving, yoga-dabbling artsy types. The sort of thing that involves a remote crumbling mansion (above) lovingly reworked in a modern-meets-rustic way (below) and added to with a yoga deck plus activities designed to promote good holiday vibes. Or, if you… read more

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