Words and pictures by Mark C. O'Flaherty
The Arne Jacobsen-designed Radisson Royal in Copenhagen, which blazed a design trail when it first opened in 1960 - is back after a much-needed refurb
The name may be old money, but Gabriela Hearst is redefining modern fashion. Words and pictures by Mark C. O'Flaherty
When Anouska Hempel’s overblown, opium-den aesthetic at Blakes debuted in 1978, it was like nothing anyone had seen before in hotels
The last time I went for dinner at Inver, I drove from an unusually hot Edinburgh during Festival time, straight into the horizontal rain that I suspect surrounds Loch Lomond 363 days of the year. Such is Scotland: I always need a raincoat, but going always make me happier than anywhere else in the world.
Angel’s Share is a sophisticated spot that just happens to be hidden away behind an unmarked door in the corner of an upstairs Japanese izakaya
I can predict a hotel’s future from its launch party …
What does “English” look like? In these tricky times for both question and possible answers, the latest chapter in the story of Beaverbrook – built as Cherkley Court in the late 19th century and, famously, the home of press baron and first Minister of Aircraft Production Lord Beaverbrook – offers a few feel-good suggestions.
If Colombian-born Edgardo Osorio ever gave up designing shoes, there is little doubt that he’d shift gear, take a very obvious right turn, and focus on interior design.