You may have seen in the media recently a story about the auction and subsequent purchase of a small piece of land surrounded by Hampstead Heath which belonged to the late Henry Hallowes, known to many of us and his friends as Harry.
A respected jazz musician was arrested and thrown into the back of a police van in front of a high street of shocked shoppers on Saturday afternoon – for playing his clarinet too long outside Marks and Spencer’s.
Despite major reservations put forward by hundreds of residents and campaigners, Camden Council’s Planning Department has just rubber-stamped a massively invasive and downright dangerous Construction Management Plan (CMP) proposed by contractors for Essential Living the developers of the 100 Avenue Road office block.
Architecture and design discussion group New London Architecture will be hosting a series of dinners at Spiritland in Kings Cross this summer, starting with an event featuring renowned furniture, lighting and home accessory designer Tom Dixon, on Thursday, July 26.
Tom Dixon, designer of iconic modernist furniture and lighting, has moved his business to a new Kings Cross HQ. Here he talks about what he learned working in the music industry, moving to the epicentre of London’s future industries and finding new creative ‘obsessions’.
One of London’s last remaining indoor antique markets, Alfies, on Church Street, has launched a dedicated Middle Eastern art, antiques and design department, spanning two floors and more than 4,000 square feet.
Good fences make good neighbours goes the saying, but fellow residents can have an impact on the enjoyment of your home. North London estate agent Simon Gerrard shares his tips for finding the perfect location.
After over 50 years in the acting industry, and a decade of unprecedented success delivering outstanding part-time performing arts tuition at her weekend Academies across the country, Pauline Quirke returns to her roots to create even more opportunities for young performers in North London.