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British Designers: 10 Reasons why London’s a design leader

Absolutely City & Angel

October, 2016

London was recently heralded as the ‘design capital of the world’ by The New York Times. And every year the London Design Festival pulls in 350,000 people from 60 countries to see one of the most vibrant creative sectors in the capital – along with fashion and film – according to the Mayor of London.

This is particularly true in the world of interior design… London-based design firm Honky was founded in 2001 by Christopher Dezille, who has now been working as a designer for 24 years and has won many accolades. This included being listed in the top 100 UK designers by Homes & Gardens magazine back in 2009. His successful company has recently been busy at the Keybridge development in Vauxhall by FABRICA and Mount Anvil, where the interiors have been designed with his trademark techniques and his stylish eye for detail. This exciting new development includes references to Vauxhalls industrial past. Inspiration includes metal detailing and the use of raw materials throughout the high-ceilinged apartments.

For more information visit keybridgelondon.com

British Designers: 10 Reasons why London’s a design leader

October 13, 2016

London was recently heralded as the ‘design capital of the world’ by The New York Times. And every year the London Design Festival pulls in 350,000 people from 60 countries to see one of the most vibrant creative sectors in the capital – along with fashion and film – according to the Mayor of London.

This is particularly true in the world of interior design… London-based design firm Honky was founded in 2001 by Christopher Dezille, who has now been working as a designer for 24 years and has won many accolades. This included being listed in the top 100 UK designers by Homes & Gardens magazine back in 2009. His successful company has recently been busy at the Keybridge development in Vauxhall by FABRICA and Mount Anvil, where the interiors have been designed with his trademark techniques and his stylish eye for detail. This exciting new development includes references to Vauxhalls industrial past. Inspiration includes metal detailing and the use of raw materials throughout the high-ceilinged apartments.

For more information visit keybridgelondon.com