We love buildings. Bricks. Mortar. Windows and doors. And although we spend a lot of time looking at our own developments, it’s hard to miss some of the incredible architecture around us in London. To kick off our new journal
The news is out. We found something truly special in Shoreditch – a long lost Bansky painting. We uncovered it. We restored it. And now we’re returning it to its home. Click here to read the Guardian’s cover of the full
Collaborating with Global Street Art, Hamilton Court Developments offered 30 Street and Graffiti artists the opportunity to express themselves at a building that was due to be demolished in Kensal Green, NW10. Spending an entire day painting the walls both
The transformation of Shoreditch is a tale often told. But who are the characters that pioneered the change? The artists? For certain. And so too SCP founder Sheridan Coakley. Born on Curtain Road in a derelict upholstery workshop in 1985,
From Danish clay pits, via the hands of artisans, to the textured streets of Shoreditch; the story of the Petersen brick is that of the dedicated pursuit of hand-hewn perfection. In all its imperfection. The human touch marks a tradition
Modulnova is the master of carefully crafting raw materials into modern, refined kitchens. Cutting through the noise of the Italian design world, the rising star of domesticity now brings its intense focus on detail, design and finish to Curtain Road.