September 23, 2016 | Coshamie
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3 Reasons We Love BUSTER + PUNCH

A selection of interior design picks for the stylishly bold It’s not often that we set our sights on the eastern parts of London, but when we do, we find ourselves entranced and downright addicted to the plethora of fabulous interior design brands that continue to shape the art of contemporary living. For BUSTER + PUNCH, it all started in a garage in East London, where architect and industrial designer Massimo Buster Minale discovered his passion for making unique objects that demand attention and love. The label was launched in 2013 and it encompasses all the extraordinary things from lighting and hardware to custom motorcycles and whiskey bars, specialising in unexpectedly elegant interior products for those who ‘want to live with...

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Coshamie’s Design Pick: COPPER DUST

Eclectic, Luxurious, Artistic and Unforgettable A couple of weeks ago we had the pleasure of attending a joint launch between BUSTER + PUNCH, Martyn White Designs and Copper Dust at the BUSTER + PUNCH showroom in East London. Many wonderful new designs caught our eyes, and we’ve decided to dedicate a #designpick article to the promising Copper Dust brand in particular, as we were completely mesmerised by their gorgeous collection of eclectic and stylish lighting. A recipient of The Prince’s Trust, Copper Dust is helmed by the talented and emerging designer Vanessa Agyemang, and is a luxury British home décor brand that specialises in bespoke and handmade lampshades, as well as limited edition illustrations. [caption id="attachment_2759" align="aligncenter" width="349"] Volta by Copper Dust (Photo...

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Ed Ruscha: Extremes & In-Betweens

New Paintings by the American Artist at Gagosian London Opening on 5th October and ending on 17th December this year, the London Gagosian Gallery will present a unique collection of new paintings by Ed Ruscha. In the restrained art works that compose Extremes and In-betweens, all completed in 2016, Ruscha sets in motion a dynamic interplay of words and their meanings in ascending and descending shifts of scale and tone that echo the relation of macrocosm to microcosm. [caption id="attachment_2747" align="aligncenter" width="460"] Ed Ruscha photographed in Los Angeles by Dennis Hopper, 1964 (Photo Credit: The Telegraph)[/caption] A distinct group of four paintings take up the recurring mountain motif in Ruscha's oeuvre, which first appeared in the 1990s. Underscoring other references to cinematic devices across...

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#InTheNews: The Latest from Architects, Designers and Artists Worldwide

This Week’s Curated Collection of Industry News Scent-infused mirror maze by Es Devlin fills south London warehouse: British set designer Es Devlin has created a fascinating Mirror Maze inside a former warehouse in Peckham, featuring the scent of an exclusive Chanel perfume. The space is divided into four rooms divided by oval portholes, and the final room is lit by red lights, filled with smoke and the scent of a bespoke Chanel fragrance. Devlin has created stunning stage sets for world-famous musicians such as Kanye West and Miley Cyrus, as well as major theatrical productions and fashion shows. The Mirror Maze is her first solo show, with its inauguration on 21st September and running until 25th September at Copeland Park in...

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