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RODA: Luxury outdoor design from Italy for Summerhill+co

Roda was founded in 1990 as a company specialising in the production of top quality outdoor furniture. The company’s success was assured thanks to its passion and experience, combined with the acute intuition of its founder, Roberto Pompa, one of the first Italians to work on the new Interior Garden concept: an interior garden that...
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Anna Torfs: Contemporary glass sculpture for Summerhill+co

As the exclusive supplier of Anna Torfs in the UK we are constantly intrigued by her beautifully creative, yet architecturally perfect, works of decorative glass art. Born and trained in Belgium, Anna Torfs moved as a young designer to the Czech Republic to work with a group of renowned glass masters. She began designing her...
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Moooi: L’afrique carpet for Summerhill+co

Moooi are innovators of style and good design. This printed saxony L’afrique carpet by Studio Job for Moooi exudes style, culture and quality; all features that make Summerhill+co proud to represent Moooi in the interior design market. The print of L’Afrique carpet is familiar and mysterious at the same time. Typical elements of traditional African...
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Tom Dixon: Beautiful British design for Summerhill+co

Summerhill+co are proud to represent one of the UK’s most innovative design brands, Tom Dixon. In 2014 Tom Dixon Design Studio designed and completed the Mondrian ‘Sea Containers’ Hotel interiors: ‘For us a Hotel is a dream job – it allows to work in so many different typologies – Spas and Bars, restaurants and bedrooms, conference...
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HENGE: Massimo Castagna talks luxury design

HENGE: Massimo Castagna talks luxury design Epitomising beautifully contemporary, yet wonderfully handcrafted, design, HENGE are redefining what it is to be a luxury Italian furniture brand. As the exclusive supplier of HENGE designs within the UK we adore the philosophy of the brand’s key designer, Massimo Castagna. “With whom would we love to share our...
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Interview: Brad Cohen explores contemporary luxury design with Mike Attenborough

The evolving design of The Edwardian Hotels continues to spearhead the hotelier and interior industries.  Creating scenes of decadent luxe, each venue inspires a story of prestige for its guests.  Edwardian’s fondness of leather upholstered walls, charismatic illustrations and crushed velvet forms a genuine and tactile sense of comfort.  From the colonial vibes of the...
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A Bright Future: Luxury Lighting by Summerhill+co

Decorative lighting doesn’t end at the top of the tree. Christmas ornaments and endless strings of fairy lights smack of festive cheer, but utilising beautiful lighting design to illuminate your precious curated space is a priority all year round. Some people see interior design as the positioning of beautiful furniture in wonderful spaces. This is not...
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The Eames Edit: Vitra for Summerhill+co

“Eventually everything connects – people, ideas, objects. The quality of the connections is the key to quality per se.” -Charles Eames. Having had a profound influence on the founding philosophy of Summerhill+co, Charles and Ray Eames have not only poured rivers of style, function, form and process into the contemporary design industry, they have also...
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Tracey Emin: ‘The Last Great Adventure Is You’

Tracey Emin has feigned absence on multiple occasions; the irony being that nothing reeks more of the presence of the artist than their overtly intentional non-existence within the setting of their work. It’s as if they are begging the onlooker to question their non-existence, to chase them for answers. Seen in artists who proclaim to be emotionally void, such...
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Indulgent Dining: Hospitality Design by Summerhill+co

“Food for the body is not enough, there must be food for the soul.” – Dorothy Day. With growing trends for narrating every destination and consumption with photography and film, Day’s sentiment has never seemed more apt. Many consider London to be the design capital of the World (controversial, I know). With both the tourism...
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