London 2017

Cover Story: The wall piece by Zhuang Hong Yi manipulates flowers made of rich paper with layers of acrylic and watercolour paint to create a canvas of large-scale, yet very delicate, petals. Read more about the project by Lawson Robb on page 110.

Inside the London 2017 issue, we have the latest from the world of interior design. We give you some home office inspiration - who said the working environment can't be beautiful? Originality was the buzzword in the brief for this Moscow apartment designed by Oleg Klodt. A summary of Meg Braff's colourful new book 'The Decorated Home: Living with Style and Joy'. Neisha Crosland says that good pattern is one that people can connect with - one with familiarity. The use of tiles enables you to express a whole new level of creativity says Sarah Watson. We give you some picture hanging inspiration for those who want to add artwork to interiors. Oro Bianco takes advantage of the Knightsbridge location to create the ultimate family home. 1508 London created a modern interior that ties in perfectly with the history of Mayfair. Lawson Robb designs a home that is brought to life by richness of texture, colour and objets d'art. Rena Barclay brings a Savannah home back to its original state, but with added modernity. The brief for Rigby & Rigby was to maximise the internal views of a stunning Mayfair apartment. Roland Gruele, lighting expert, talks about the different ways to add lighting into bathrooms. London Designer, Colin Radcliffe, takes his family's Notting Hill townhouse down to the studs and creates a fresh take on bespoke glamour. Southside House, the ancestral home of Adam Munthe, is steeped in four Centuries of history and tales. London turned one of Steven Gambrel's modern minded clients into one with appreciation for traditional luxury. Eleanor Jones and her husband restored this early Georgian house with the intention of allowing its history to speak out.