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See this – Pink Pineapple Pavillion at Berrington Hall

There’s something wonderfully unsettling in the manicured grounds of the National Trust’s Berrington Hall this summer. The Grade I listed mansion in Hertfordshire, which was built in 1778-81 for the son of the 3rdEarl of Oxford, is one of a few surviving masterpieces by architect Henry Holland. The building’s neo-classical interiors feature intricate plasterwork in… read more

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The Paris basketball court using a vibrant palette to merge art with sport

Nudged in between a row of buildings in the suburbs of Paris is a striking fuchsia pink, purple, orange and blue public basketball court. The result of a collaboration between French fashion brand Pigalle, whose founder Stéphane Ashpool is a big basketball fan, and Nike plus Parisian creative agency Ill-Studio, whose clients include Louis Vuitton, Pigalle Duperré makes a compelling… read more

The Chromologist 2018 | Farrow & Ball

The Chromologist