London Design

  • In Conversation with Lighting Designer Michael Anastassiades

    Designer Michael Anastassiades discusses his evolution, process, the inspiration behind his latest collection and his partnership with Flos.

  • At Home with Designer Sheena Murphy

    We take a tour of nune founder and director Sheena Murphy’s North London home which she shares with her husband, daughter and puppy.

  • Highgate House by House of Grey

    House of Grey conjures a series of spaces that focus on Salutogenic design principles, creating a calm and subdued place to call home.

  • Wandsworth Common by Jennifer Jammaers, Vivienne Beal and Alice B. Davies

    A team of London colloborators redesign a family’s semi-detached Victorian house ‘Wansworth Common’, to exude a gallery-like aesthetic.

  • Best of est | London Townhouses

    London calling: we reflect on five favourite townhouses that showcase the best of British interior style.

  • The New London Home of nune Founder Sheena Murphy

    We follow nune founder and designer Sheena Murphy’s journey back to the UK, with a look inside her new (temporary) Queens Park family home in London.

  • In Conversation with Designer Lee Broom Ahead of Australian Tour

    Est caught up with highly-acclaimed, London-based furniture and lighting designer Lee Broom ahead of his Australian design tour and landmark exhibition ‘Park Life’ in collaboration with Space Furniture.

  • Interview with William Smalley

    London architect William Smalley sets the bar high for our 2019 Designer Profile Series with his thoughts on materiality, local design and how life can be lived in his projects.

  • Interview: Directors of McLaren Excell

    In conversation with Luke McLaren and Rob Excell on their eponymous firm, British craftsmanship and leaning towards natural and tactile details.

  • Butterfly House by Biasol

    Melbourne-based design firm Biasol bring a sophisticated approach to bring light and luxury to what was once a lacklustre East London home.

  • Henrietta Hotel by Dorothée Meilichzon

    A London hotel that effortlessly showcases both classic and contemporary interior design with a sleek retro vibe.

  • Bankside Apartment by HASA Architects

    Converting the upper level of an Edwardian terrace to white and light minimalist marvel, revelling in simplicity and functionality.

  • One Crown Place

    Studio Ashby bring a touch of luxury to the amenity and penthouse spaces in this new London development.