Sketchpad is a quarterly compilation of tips, trends, technologies and trouble-shooting advice to help you better understand the current and future of your home.
GREEN has been our inspiration for this 2nd issue. We’ve included some tips on how to build sustainably, using the colour green in your interior and why living walls could be a good alternative for small city gardens.
Have you ever wondered why old houses seem to suffer less from poor air quality than our modern homes? Well it is usually to do with the construction process and materials – not just the gaps in the windows.
The benefits of ‘greening’ your home
5 things to do to improve your home naturally
We see green!
We talk with Rocio Lereah, head of Architectural & Interior Design, about using colour in your home.
Tea Time at Chelsea
The Royal Horticultural Society actually held their first flower show in Chiswick in 1833. It was moved to Kensington in 1862, then to Temple Gardens, before finally settling in the grounds of the Royal Hospital Chelsea in 1913, where it has been held ever since.
Portrait of…Les Pouces Verts
Isabelle has always had a great love for plants and flowers. In 2012, she set up her consultancy Les Pouces Verts, (The Green Thumbs).
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