When Polly Powell (Geoffry Powell’s daughter— Chamberlin Powell and Bon) asked if she could buy my Great Arthur House fabric by the metre to make a dress, I could hardly say no. Here she is with the final result. Honoured!

Modernist Estates: The buildings and the people who live in them today

The book is well and truly out now, and I’m finally catching my breath and getting back to ‘normal work’. I’ve currently sold out of copies, but good news is the publisher is printing some more, so as soon as I have them in my hand, I'll be selling signed copies again here. 

I’m really overwhelmed about how well the book has been received, thank you all so much. Here is some of the press it’s had recently and other related pictures: 

Neave Brown looking at his own spread

Neave Brown looking at his own spread

The Observer

The Observer

My silly face in Wallpaper* Magazine 

My silly face in Wallpaper* Magazine 

Elle Decoration

Elle Decoration

Books being signed

Books being signed

Exclusive print for the Barbican Art Gallery

To coincide with the photography exhibition 'Constructing Worlds: Photography and Architecture in the Modern Age' at the Barbican Art Gallery this autumn, I was commissioned to produce this exclusive print. The print is an edition of 50, signed and numbered and available from the Barbican Art Gallery shop, either the physical one, or the online one here

Venice Biennale

Image © Cristiano Corte via The British Council

Image © Cristiano Corte via The British Council

Image © Cristiano Corte via The British Council

Image © Cristiano Corte via The British Council

Internationally exhibited! Our Barbican cushions were exhibited in this year's British Pavilion at the Venice Biennale — A Clockwork Jerusalem. Read more about the exhibition here. And buy the book here

Bunyan Court

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I was asked by a super lovely lady to create a one off print of her block Bunyan Court in the Barbican. The final print was A1, signed and numbered. Here it is.