London Grind is a coffee chain that is unique – apart from its branches being located in the cool up-and-coming areas of London, some of the different Grinds host recording studios & club nights – like the Shoreditch Grind Studio. Most turn into bars & restaurants as the night kicks in.
Hand-crafted, minimal spoons by Hope in the Woods reflect the organic approach to cutlery-making.
A few years ago London designer Sebastian Bergne collaborated with the artist Sophie Smallhorn to develop a series of plates in various thicknesses, materials and colors called Colourware.
Recently opened in East London, Leman Locke was designed by Grzywinski + Pons. This Scandinavian style ‘aparthotel’ presents 168 rooms, where every single detail has been thought of by the two architects.
The London home of Danish fashion Designer Malene Birger is a mix of work and personal life. With a tranquil base and a steady hand, she creates balance in a myriad of items from around the world.
Famed for his three restaurants in Buenos Aires, designer and financier Juan Santa Cruz has now brought his own brand of glamour to Holland Park.
Adam Hale’s ‘The Daily Splice’ project proves the best of art doesn’t necessarily require big funds. The mixed-media collages British artist has been sharing regularly since 2015 via his Instagram are created using London’s free magazines.