Elliot Lee25/02/2017The opportunity to see Nick Mason’s incredible 250 GTO up close and personal, doesn't happen too often, and that experience is only available at The London Classic Car Show at the ExCel London through to this Sunday.
A collaboration and curated...[Read More]
AAD REPORTS22/02/2017Tonight’s BRIT Awards 2017 will present winning artists with the statue designed by Zaha Hadid.
BRITs Chairman Jason Iley initially reached out to Hadid in early 2016. Iley wanted to create something modern and culturally relevant for The BRITs....[Read More]
AAD REPORTS22/02/2017The Horten Ho 229 is generally known by a few unique names. The plane was called the H.IX, by the Horten Brothers. The identity Ho 229 had been given to the plane by the German Ministry of Aviation. Sometimes, it was also called the Gotha Go 229, because...[Read More]
AAD REPORTS21/02/2017A Russian billionaire's £360 million superyacht has been impounded after the shipbuilder said it was still owed millions in fees, it has emerged.
The futuristic vessel is now being kept in Gibraltar after shipbuilders Nobiskrug said Andrey...[Read More]
AAD REPORTS17/02/2017The London Classic Car Show is less than a week away, but still the organisers are lining up rare and exciting cars guaranteed to thrill the thousands of visitors preparing to make the trip to ExCeL, London for the four-day show (23-26 February).
AAD REPORTS17/02/2017Construction of Leeza Soho, a 46-storey (207m) mixed-use tower with the world's tallest atrium, has reached level 20.
Leeza SOHO Atrium
Within the Lize Financial Business District - a new business, residential and transport hub adjacent to...[Read More]
AAD REPORTS17/02/2017Editors Note: The thousand people sent by Denmark to California shows the commitment for this programme in design to succeed. This is the opposite of Jean-Claude Juncker's whimsical and hubristic ideas about European Defence.
You may...[Read More]
AAD REPORTS14/02/2017B-29 Superfortress
B-29 Superfortress Cockpit
Millenium Falcon Cockpit
Restored Boeing B-29 Superfortress ‘FiFi’ Takeoff – Filmed From The Cockpit!
In this video, we see a truly magnificent plane, the Boeing B-29...[Read More]
AAD REPORTS06/02/2017British diesels so noisy Daring class diesel engine replacements looming so loud, even noisy Russian subs can hear them 100 miles away. FYI the Americans retrofitted their destroyers with port and starboard spare natural gas fired turbines for powering...[Read More]
AAD REPORTS06/02/2017Russia’s rickety aircraft carrier, the Admiral Kuznetsov, is close to being home after spending a couple months off Syria’s coast. During that short period of time, two of its aircraft plunged into the Mediterranean, and it seemed as if the...[Read More]
AAD REPORTS26/01/2017RAF Typhoons buzz Old Smoky as the Russian ship of shame limps home to Murmansk via English Channel.
After having a less than stellar cruise to the Mediterranean, Russia’s carrier and its armada are making their slow voyage back to...[Read More]
AAD REPORTS23/01/2017After being publicly shunned by strident designers offended by her husband's stances, most notably by former Gucci designer Tom Ford who refused to bow out in a manner fashion, who then saw his own line tossed out of Steve Wynne's resorts in...[Read More]
AAD REPORTS04/01/2017Editors note: Long before Britain became a partner on the F-35 program, it has been revealed today that President Reagan personally drafted an offer for Margaret Thatcher UK to buy the then Black F-117...[Read More]
AAD REPORTS31/12/2016A BMW M1 hiding away in a garage in southern Italy has seen the light for the first time in more than three decades, according to Mint Classics, a BMW specialist shop and showroom in Berlin.
Hiding under a thick layer of dust, some assorted trash, and...[Read More]
AAD REPORTS19/12/2016As the first woman to win the Pritzker Architecture Prize, Zaha Hadid arguably did as much as any of her forebears to pave the way for women in architecture. But even this will not be her most enduring legacy: With her sudden death Thursday morning, she...[Read More]
AAD REPORTS06/12/2016Editors Note: Despite the many allusions to the debutantes and dilettante of the ill fated Kennedy administration, introduced in this tale by Vanity Fair are the people who raised the decorations of the White House from aged or tired, to one of the...[Read More]
Robert Alexander Boyle23/11/2016
Wrecked Convair F-102, 1979 Windsor Locks Tornado Damage
Situated in three hangars just north of Bradley International AIrport, of Windsor, CT, the New England Air Museum was established after the original collection then called the Bradley AIr Museum...[Read More]
AAD REPORTS16/11/2016On November 1, Airshow China in Zhuhai unveiled what appears to be stolen technology from at least one U.S. company. In a marquee spectacle that underwhelmed viewers, Aviation Industry Corporation of China (AVIC) revealed its J-20 stealth fighter for the...[Read More]
AAD REPORTS08/11/2016When a scientist announced last decade that he’d built a new form of spacecraft propulsion called the EmDrive that didn’t require conventional fuel, it sounded too good to be true. But the great thing about science is that you don’t...[Read More]
AAD REPORTS04/11/2016Usually when you are fortunate enough to get your hands on a Bugatti Veyron, a Koenigsegg One:1 and a Lamborghini Veneno Roadster, the goal is to hang onto them. Not have them confiscated by, oh say, the government.
The Vice President of Equatorial...[Read More]
AAD REPORTS02/11/2016Deep in the northern woods of Maine, a collection of abandoned locomotives is quietly rusting away. Check out this footage by YouTube user “Dylan Magaster,” and read on for a preview of this incredible, secret cache of vintage trains.
AAD REPORTS01/11/2016One of the largest air shows in the world is currently being held in Zhuhai, China. Currently in its eleventh year, the air show has become the go-to spot for seeing the latest in Chinese military hardware. An impressive number of new airplanes are...[Read More]
AAD REPORTS13/10/2016We think that the story of the hopeless diamond is pretty interesting. The jet is based upon a Russian mathematical theory concerning the reflection of radar waves. In the link below, you will find a number of declassified images of the most expensive...[Read More]
AAD REPORTS12/10/201623 Military Designed Aircraft The Rich Enough Civilian Can Legally Own!
Obviously, for security reasons these old fighters, or more commonly called ‘warbirds’ are modified so they can’t carry munitions. Read more: 23 Military...[Read More]
AAD REPORTS08/09/2016Bernie Ecclestone
Bernie Ecclestone, who will remain CEO, hopes the deal will drive the growth of F1, particularly in the U.S.
(LONDON) — Formula One is being bought by Liberty Media, a U.S. company that invests in entertainment and sports, for...[Read More]
AAD REPORTS01/09/2016Editor's Note: As Richard Branson and Elon Musk dream of space travel and high end outer atmosphere tourism, yesterday's explosion of a Space-X on a NASA launch pad shows us that the "Right Stuff" does not come without great risk.
Legendary American...[Read More]
AAD REPORTS28/08/2016An archaeology expedition led by Northern Arizona University has uncovered one of the largest Mayan tombs ever found in Belize. It’s the most significant discovery in more than century of research at the site.
The dig took place at...[Read More]
AAD REPORTS24/08/2016Shelby Cobra
History was made at RM Sotheby's at the weekend as the first ever Shelby Cobra, a CSX 2000, sold for $13.75 million setting a new record for American automobiles.
Alongside the Shelby Cobra, a Le Mans-winning aguar D-Type...[Read More]
AAD REPORTS11/08/2016A B-52, B-1 and B-2 sit on the ramp at Andersen AFB in Guam as part of a historic three bomber type deployment to the Pacific region - Image Courtesy USAF
It was known that B-1Bs would replace a contingent of B-52Hs currently on rotational...[Read More]
AAD REPORTS02/08/2016The F-35 has hit yet another snag. During a recent exercise at Mountain Home Air Force Base in Idaho, US Air Force F-35A pilots set out to practice evading surface-to-air missiles, but they could not, because the SAM radars on the ground could not even...[Read More]
AAD REPORTS28/07/2016Preston Tucker's car company was responsible for 51 cars being built. Of those, we know that 47 "Tucker '48s" have survived and we know where all of them are. Sometimes, they come up for sale and fetch millions. 15 years ago, Mark Lieberman located one...[Read More]
AAD REPORTS28/07/2016Over the last 150 years, oil booms and busts have given rise – and laid waste – to hundreds of towns across the world.
In many places on our planet, striking oil has meant the eruption of new settlements in previously uninhabited places....[Read More]
Elliot Lee20/07/2016You know when you are in the presence of something special, and the F-35b lightening is precisely that. Recent touch down on British soil, first at RAF Fairford, then as part of the air display at Farnborough Air Show last weekend, certainly didn't...[Read More]
AAD REPORTS10/07/2016The original Starship Enterprise may have explored many strange new planets and civilizations, but for years the classic prop from Star Trek: The Original Series has sat neglected in the basement gift shop of Smithsonian’s National Air and Space...[Read More]
Robert Alexander Boyle03/07/2016
Aided by a mammoth USAF KC-10 tanker, the much anticipated 5th eneration F-35B Lightning II finally crossed the pond to take part in Royal International Air Tattoo at RAF Fairford on July 8th through 10th and participate...[Read More]
Robert Alexander Boyle24/06/2016
Tower House, Melbury Road, London, UK, completed 1877 - Purchased in 1972 by Jimmy Page
New spotlight on the current owner brings Tower House into new light.
William Burgess (1827-1881) was a 19th century architect and the foremost practioner of what...[Read More]
AAD REPORTS27/05/2016In celebration of Zaha Hadid’s career in architecture and design that spans four decades, Fondazione Berengo is hosting an abridged retrospective exhibition of her work at the 16th century Palazzo Franchetti on the Grand Canal, Venice, Italy.
AAD REPORTS25/04/2016The new maritime terminal is composed of three primary interlocking components: administration offices for national border controls and shipping lines; the terminal for international ferries and cruise ships from around the world; and the terminal for...[Read More]
AAD REPORTS26/03/2016Editor's note: Being Easter weekend, we thought it apt to re-publish the most incredible egg story of the past few years, if not the past decade.
THE LOST THIRD IMPERIAL FABERGÉ EASTER EGG EXHIBITION
One of the missing Imperial...[Read More]
Robert Alexander Boyle21/03/2016
Held on the days of March 10th through March 13 at the Ritz Carlton on Amelia Island in Florida, the 21st Concours d'Elegance has evolved into the premier antique and classic car show on the east coast of the United States. Situated thirty miles...[Read More]
Robert Alexander Boyle19/03/2016
Held on the days of March 10th through March 13 at the Ritz Carlton on Amelia Island in Florida, the 21st Concours d'Elegance has evolved into the premier antique and classic car show on the east coast of the United States. Situated thirty miles...[Read More]
AAD REPORTS22/12/2015Image Courtesy Mary McCartney @ Architectural Digest
“We were honoured to be selected to design a stadium that would enable Japan to welcome the world for the 2019 Rugby World Cup and bring the 2020 Olympic Games to Tokyo, before becoming a new...[Read More]
Robert Alexander Boyle29/10/2015American made F-35, the Ultimate Desire of Espionage, First Flight in 2006
It is no secret that modern China used copycat industrial techniques to fast track their rise as an industrial power. It is a subject that has appeared in a rash of news articles...[Read More]
Robert Alexander Boyle25/10/2015
Long shrouded by cold war mystique the most expensive plane ever built or designed, has finally emerged from the shadows to appear in a High Definition video by the United States Air Force. This came on the eve of the announced selection of Northrop...[Read More]
Robert Alexander Boyle09/10/2015
The Sukhoi T50 PAK is a beautiful fighter jet now in the prototype stages of development by the Russian Air Force. Similar to the American made F22 and F35, it is a stealth aircraft (radar absorbent) with extraordinary abilities. The American made F22...[Read More]
Rauli Mard20/09/2015Every since the first automobile has been revealed, it was just a matter of time when the design had to conquare a resistance of air.
Due to slow speed in the early age of automobiles, the shape of a fuselage was not so important.
In front of the very...[Read More]
Maura Haverly07/09/2015One city’s world-class architect is another’s world-class eyesore. Such is the case with the long, unhappy arguments over Samaritaine, the exceptionally beautiful long-closed department store which sits on some of the most valuable real...[Read More]
AAD REPORTS05/08/2015Paris-based Galerie Dutko expands to London this autumn with the opening of its first London space in Mayfair, at 18 Davies Street. A leading authority on the Art Deco movement, Jean-Jacques Dutko is reputed for staging the finest examples of Art Deco...[Read More]
AAD REPORTS06/07/20152015 Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance poster celebrating Ferraris that Raced at Pebble Beach. Painting by Peter Hearsey/ Editorial use courtesy Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance
Hopes ran high for the 1949 Ferrari 166 Mille Miglia owned by Jim Kimberly...[Read More]
AAD REPORTS16/06/2015Basel counts with its 40 museums as the art capital of Switzerland – no other Swiss city has such a concentration of interesting places to visit. Museum buildings by acclaimed architects have endowed the beautifully preserved old city with...[Read More]
AAD REPORTS26/05/2015Pocket Watch presented by Ferdinand I, Prince of Bulgaria
The Royal Collection, will be showcased at the Saatchi Gallery London, in a dedicated room recreating the Great Exhibition in the Crystal Palace at Hyde Park in 1851.
Presented will be more than...[Read More]
AAD REPORTS30/04/2015West Dean College has appointed Shayne Rivers MA (RCA), a world renowned expert in the conservation of furniture and Asian lacquer, as Head of Conservation. Rivers joins the College after 16 years at the Victoria & Albert Museum where she was Senior...[Read More]
AAD REPORTS27/04/2015Image Courtesy of the Artist and the Fine Art Society
The Fine Art Society have announced two major exhibitions of new work by Emily Young (FRBS), widely acclaimed as Britain’s greatest living stone sculptor. The first exhibition will be...[Read More]
AAD REPORTS14/04/2015Image Courtesy :: The Metropolitan Police
Officers investigating the theft of items from a number of safety deposit boxes at a business in Hatton Garden have released CCTV stills from the robbery to trace the suspects involved.
Detective Chief...[Read More]
AAD REPORTS14/04/2015Los Angeles – A rare Demetre Chiparus sculpture entitled "Thaïs" is headed to the auction block in Bonhams' 20th Century Decorative Arts sale - April 29 in Los Angeles, with an estimate of US$150,000 - 200,000 - £100,000 -...[Read More]
Elliot Lee12/04/2015Bang! smash, the clatter of alarms, hundreds of police descend on Hatton Garden, within 5 minutes of the alarm being tripped…Well, that was what should have happened. Instead, we get a single copper looking through a window, and deciding not to...[Read More]
Dr Fungi08/04/2015De les dossiers de criminalité organisée:
My forte is stealing jewelry, although I put my fingers in almost every illegal enterprise I came across. You will notice however throughout this book that only a few jewelry scores are mentioned....[Read More]
Laura Stewart07/04/2015BOSTON’S BRITCHES FALLING DOWN, FALLING DOWN...
MY FAIR CITY
AAD’s Laura Stewart Finds Brahmins Skipping Across Beacon Hill
As America’s Most Straight-Laced City Finally Loosens Up -
A brain teaser for art world cognescenti.
Graham W.J. Beal03/04/2015When architect Paul Cret, with input from soon-to-be director William Valentiner, designed the DIA, the central features were a great hall and a garden court; the latter adorned with a sprawling fountain and a wide array of potted plants. It was always...[Read More]
Laura Stewart27/03/2015THE PIANO PLAYS AT HARVARD AND IT HAS NEVER BEEN MORE PERFECTLY TUNED
AAD’s Laura Stewart heads to Boston to See How the Architect Pulled off an Amazing Feat - Getting Harvard to Lighten Up - Renzo Piano Renzo Piano in his studioCuriosity is what...[Read More]
Gail Green14/03/2015Perhaps if the Gothic architects of the Middle Ages, say those of Canterbury Cathedral, are retained to design a New York City apartment, they might decide to incorporate into their design some flying beams. Usually defined as horizontal bearing members,...[Read More]
Ros Ormiston23/12/2014At the opulent Mallett gallery in Ely House, Dover Street, London, a contemporary photography exhibition ‘Opening the Shutters’ is on until 21 December. Its display is a collaboration between Mallett and The Wapping Project on Bankside, an...[Read More]
Gail Green21/11/2014The Salon: Art + Design event at the Armory was more than an armory show; it was an exposition of objects beautiful and beguiling. What set it apart from other fairs here in NY was its presentation. Booths were designed in an aura of architectural...[Read More]
AAD REPORTS21/11/2014PRESS RELEASE:
William F. Ruprecht to Step Down By Mutual Agreement;
Will Continue as Chairman, President, and CEO Until Successor In Place
NEW YORK, Nov. 20, 2014 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Sotheby's (NYSE:BID) today announced that its Board of Directors...[Read More]
Lawrence Klepper05/09/2014When is a forgery worth more than an original? As an estate representative my expertise was in the fine arts and over the years it has proven to be an exciting and unexpectedly adventuresome occupation. I have written about some of the larger pieces...[Read More]
Clinton Howell20/08/2014I had a conversation with a curator friend the other day about just what museums were spending their money on. He says that contemporary art is getting the lion's share of attention, which baffles him. He doesn't really begrudge that fact, instead he...[Read More]
Gail Green05/07/2014“YOUR LIBRARY IS YOUR PARADISE” ERASMUS
I suspect that the question now is … can anyone live in a world without computers? Has the ascent of the keyboard created the demise of the physical book? Is extinction in the cards? Well, yes...[Read More]
Elliot Lee01/07/2014Well that was great fun. You walk in, the staff treat you beautifully, you are presented with a free luscious looking catalogue, and a Christie's pen to boot. The tone is set for the evening, right there.
This was the first Contemporary Art sale I'd...[Read More]
Laure Kaltenbach20/12/2013Creativity and cultural diversity are key assets for Europe in the international competition, but also a meaningful stop signal to the demagogic “Europebashing”. I am delighted that AAD participates to the empowerment of Culture. I am deeply...[Read More]
Gail Green06/12/2013The modern bath has evolved into a space that is hardly recognizable from its predecessor. What one envisions as the typical loo is now reconfigured, redesigned as an extension of the home. That is, bathrooms are now outfitted as though they are yet...[Read More]
Lewis Baer04/12/2013After a solid 15 years of ho-hum at best business, the decorative arts are finally reaching a critical state, with the greatest potential for success in front for all to see. Great merchandise has never been more available. The quality is of all shapes...[Read More]
Gail Green19/11/2013Surely, a most enjoyable way of spending a Thursday evening is by sipping a splendid panoply of Grgich Hill’s fine wines at The Yale Club. Combined with the gastronomic delights of Chef Kerli, the chosen wines made a most perfect treat, marrying...[Read More]
Gail Green12/11/2013With their children now having left for college (and, perhaps for good), the baby boomer begins life anew. Alone in a big house, laden with maintenance issues that a structure of this size demands, empty nesters seek a simpler way of being. The demands...[Read More]
Lewis Baer17/10/2013It amazes me how some institutions, both public like our government, and private institutions can arbitrarily create their own rules that supersede written laws. You can be quite capriciously not be admitted to an antiques dealer association as easily as...[Read More]
Robert Alexander Boyle16/10/2013In staggering contrast to the rampant chicanery that American collectors encountered when venturing into the European field of art, the 19th century American field remained strangely pristine in terms of controversies over authenticity or lack thereof....[Read More]
Gail Green08/06/2013An architectural whisper of a statement, reveals are anything but transparent. In fact, they offer full disclose for the areas into which they are set. If that sounds paradoxical it’s because the detail itself is not apparent to the observer....[Read More]
Maura Haverly03/06/2013It’s summer. And there you are in the garden (well, somebody’s garden, anyway).
I’ll bet you have one..maybe more…In a closet, gathering dust. Out in the garden, scaring the hell out of the squirrels. Holding down papers that...[Read More]
Howard L. Rehs23/05/2013I guess you had to be there to actually believe it. The recent series of contemporary auction sales in NYC were nothing short of astonishing. Over the past week I received a number of calls from clients asking: how could this be? How could all that...[Read More]
Mary Helen McCoy16/05/2013
Today, I listened to a design story from a colleague about a lady who was concerned with finding the right fabrics for her antique American furniture seating in a beautiful historic home in Charleston, South Carolina. She was not satisfied with any of...[Read More]
“What is so wrong with industrial design?” I asked my chair the other morning.
“Nothing at all and I sensed you would take my observation incorrectly. Industrial design refers to a style of designing, not to whether it is good or...[Read More]
Gail Green20/04/2013The value of altering our physical landscape – the home – is an excellent first step towards personal reinvention, paving a visual path to becoming a more positive and happy person. If clothes make the man, then surely a change in one’s...[Read More]
Mary Helen McCoy15/04/2013Those of you who live in larger metropolitan areas are very fortunate to have access to large warehouse facilities which offer the best conditions for receiving and storing art, antiques, and designer furnishings. They also provide the best packing,...[Read More]
Clinton Howell06/04/2013Dominant power in any situation is always temporary. Societies, religion, business all seem incapable of holding a center. Inevitably, there is change be it for better or worse if only because societal inertia is so implausible. This is equally true in...[Read More]
“Do you know, by chance, about similar cases? Where should I address myself to (I live in Germany) , New York State Attorney? Consumer Affairs? Is there any special body in NY dealing with “misbehaviour” of auction...[Read More]
Mark Goodger24/02/2013Hey any Art, Antique and Design Dealer friends, got something to say blurb it out on here for all to see.
When buying antiques, us dealers are often up at silly hours of the day travelling hundreds of miles whilst most...[Read More]
Mary Helen McCoy17/02/2013AN OVERVIEW ON FINE FURNITURE FROM THE PROVINCES OF FRANCE
During the reign of Louis XIV, the French developed a desire foe beautiful and luxurious decorative arts in their homes. Louis XIV inspired the creative talents of French artisans and...[Read More]
Tom Higginson10/02/2013“ The object of oratory is not truth but persuasion” ( Macaulay –letters on Athenian Orators )
Hands up all those old timers who once drove a 1950’s Ford Popular Van? You remember, the with one with no power, three gears, no...[Read More]
Maura Haverly09/02/2013Enjoying my favorite beverage the other night (hint: it has bubbles) I noticed that last year’s Hugo Boss award winner, Danh Vo, has a show coming up at the Guggenheim. OK – full disclosure here - I worked on the Hugo Boss awards project some...[Read More]
Lewis Baer17/01/2013Today, in the higher end decorative arts market, it is not about what an auctioneer can offer (or demand), but how can dealers present a better alternative. The auction method as practiced by the Sotheby’s/Christie’s duopoly works quite well...[Read More]
David Harvey16/01/2013Ingrid Nilson’s latest venture, the Mayfair Fine Art and Antiques Fair has caused considerable excitement and interest. Held last week in the ballroom of the Grosvenor Square Marriott Hotel it housed some 43 stands and provided a way to kick start...[Read More]
Gail Green27/12/2012Light is not only an expression of heavenly awareness, it is one of the designer’s basic tools through which architectural invention is reflected. Without light, neither the aesthetics nor the function of a room would be highly visible. Light,...[Read More]
Gail Green11/12/2012The Salon, a show both sophisticated and chic, is sure to delight its observers and buyers. With paintings, furnishings, sculpture, books at a exceptionally refined level of quality, the exhibition is top tier. Works span centuries and cover multiple...[Read More]
Maura Haverly08/12/2012I was invited to the opening – well, one of the openings – of Art Miami Basel – along with about 8 million others.
I lasted 15 minutes. Lots of pretty girls complaining about their very expensive foot wear. And you couldn't see the...[Read More]
Lewis Baer01/12/2012I often think of my grandmother these days who was fifty years old when the Depression hit the United States in 1929. My father was 19 and he had a brother of 17 and another that was 12. My father was at Yale and his two brothers were in boarding school...[Read More]
Laure Kaltenbach29/11/2012The theme of the fifth edition of The Forum d’Avignon, was neither provocative nor thoughtless at a time of budget shortages. Exchanges between its 450 participants from 43 countries representing the worlds of culture, the economy and the media,...[Read More]
Gail Green13/11/2012The Salon, a show both sophisticated and chic, is sure to delight its observers and buyers. With paintings, furnishings, sculpture, books at a exceptionally refined level of quality, the exhibition is top tier. Works span centuries and cover multiple...[Read More]
Gail Green27/10/2012The marriage of Divorce and Art is the happy confluence of positive reinvention. Having been through a challenging time, you are now ready to settle into a calmer, happier situation. In effect, the home’s visual setting provides the divorcee with a...[Read More]
Gail Green19/10/2012The 24th Annual Preview Party for the International Fine Art and Antique Dealers show last night presented a cavalcade of sterling objects. Silver, jewels, books, paintings, statues, and objet’s d’art from ancient to modern times are on...[Read More]
Gail Green08/09/2012After watching Roger Federer’s win at Wimbledon this summer, I was inspired to ponder the commonalities between the champion’s elegant performance and that of great design. With some replay observation, I came to the conclusion that the...[Read More]
Gail Green26/08/2012MODERN MEETS TRADITIONAL
History proves that trends come and go; what’s trendy one moment becomes passe the next. But, great design transcends the barriers of time and place. The qualities that rise above the shabby-chic or super minimalist modern...[Read More]