A fascinating Quick Five Questions with the super talented luxury design PR, Melissa Byrne. She chats with Tim about everything from Steinway, Graphenstone and Lalique to David Hockney’s socks. Link to read more from @byrnecomms in bio. @cavalierofinn @simongaiger4456 @adrian_sassoon_gallery @hitomihosono @merchantandfound @chateauhochberg @villarenelalique @noeduchaufourlawrance @mimphx @simonplussimon #saturdayvibes #saturdaymorning
For the first time Gosling Exhibition pieces are available to buy with immediate delivery. Recently on exhibit at the WOW!house @designcentrech, we are delighted to offer the Bibliotek Chair, inspired by the Danish open framed arm chairs, crafted in American walnut, upholstered in @rubelli_london pink velvet and The Games Table, inspired by the Palace of Versailles. Crafted in mahogany with inlaid oak and rosewood. Backgammon points laser engraved garden statues. PLUS the John Nash sofa based on an interpretation of a Knole Settee. The bronze legs visually float off the ground, Eames style buttoning, upholstered in deep red orange velvet and the Gosling iconic, Grey Sycamore Desk, inspired by the Art deco movement, made in grey sycamore with faux bone details.
“I have always been under the influence of eastern cultures and aesthetics and I am finding that I can now use them more clearly than before. The most important thing to me is the lighting; the mood and the shadows that can be created across an otherwise dull palette.” Anouska Hempel. Hear more from the icon of interior design in the Gosling Blog. Link in bio