Chelsea Flower Show 2017

Chelsea Flower Show is one of those traditions that I simply can’t miss every year. As a garden designer and having studied horticulture, I have to visit the pinnacle of horticulture. Every year the RHS puts together the most spectacular horticultural show. It is quite unique to have in one place the best garden design,…

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Sky Garden

If you live in London, you simply have to go up there at least once. I am still due a visit to The Shard, but I finally made it to the Sky Garden. Londoners named this building the Walkie Talkie for obvious reasons. Before the building was finished, the reflection of the sun on its…

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Serpentine Pavilion by Bjarke Ingels

  Visiting the Serpentine Pavilion is now a tradition, one more to add to strawberries and Pimm’s during the great British summer. This year’s architect is Bjarke Ingels from Denmark. He founded his practice in 2005 with offices in Copenhagen and New York. Ingels has won numerous architectural competitions and awards including AIA National Architecture Honor Award…

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Serpentine pavilion 2015

This year´s Serpentine Pavilion was commissioned to the Spanish firm Selgascano. This Madrid based firm is run by a married couple, Selgas and Cano. I visited it this weekend, which was sunny, bright and very hot for London.

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RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2015

It’s been a while since the last post. The Hunter has been extremely busy with a very exciting new job and planning some trips, but finally back!

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Valentino Aston Martin Vanquish – Cash & Rocket

An exclusive car has been created as part of an iconic collaboration that will feature the British design excellence of Aston Martin and incorporate the iconic Italian style of Valentino.

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Little Observationist – Mini photo note cards

 Little Observationist has just launched a new range of cards. Giving a twist to her photography, this famous blogger has created a new and affordable product that features very nice pics taken around the world. It is all about the little things.

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BEARD – Somerset House

Last Saturday I headed to Somerset House despite the grey and cold morning (Spring is only fooling us Londoners to believe that the weather is getting better). Since I heard about this exhibition, I wanted to compare my longest ever beard with what is around. Let’s just say that London is becoming a bearded city….

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The Hospital Club – London

The Hospital Club is one of those places in my “to do list”. As a Londoner I have a long list of places that I would like to experience but I haven’t had the time yet, so this one deserves a long overdue visit. First for drinks, ideally to stay and finally a possible membership? This…

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Christmas windows in London

London is one of those cities where people visit during the run-up to Christmas, mainly for shopping as this is retail heaven for many. There is so much effort put into the lights, displays and decorations that there is no doubt that one has to experience it at least once. Since I am so lucky…

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Cookery School

A few weeks ago Chris invited me amongst an interesting blogger crew to this amazing experience. Not only do you get to learn something but the atmosphere was great and the food was delicious. The Cookery School is the perfect alternative to a corporate party and it is located right in the centre of London. The…

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The New Routemaster

Living in London I couldn’t avoid posting about the New Routemaster. You will love it or hate it. In my case I was shocked at first but I like it very much now. London has very distinctive icons: the phone boxes, the black cabs, post boxes and the Routemaster. They haven’t changed excessively in the…

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