Tell us about a moment of everyday life at home that brings you pure joy.
I enjoy the role of being the main cook at home so I would have to say it’s the dining table which brings me the most joy in everyday life. I love rustling up weekday suppers with fresh products almost every evening. All screens are off !! So it’s all about the catch up conversations we have with the kids. Let’s see how long this lasts, hey?
Many of us have spent more time at home than ever before over the last two years. How has your relationship to home changed in recent times?
Without a shadow of doubt, we truly appreciate our family home more than ever during lockdown. I live in a self-built timber framed Walter Segal home and we were lucky to have completed our extension just prior to the first lockdown which allowed us to create our studio workspace and bring in even more light into our home. I believe that light and nature are sources of life, so one of the easiest ways to improve the flow of positive energy throughout your home is by finding ways to let in more light.
How do you decide which objects make their way into your home?
Aesthetics, distinctly knowing where it will fit in my home. Materials, shape, texture, practical use and colour are all of super importance. I would have to say that house plants have truly become a feature of our home in recent times, not only do they purify the air and amplify the sense of well-being but also help rid of everyday stresses and boost positive vibes.
Where have you found inspiration recently?
The Design District in Greenwich Peninsula, it’s one of London’s coolest new creative destinations and I believe is one set to make waves in the industry. Having been commissioned to document its development (pre-pandemic) right up until its recent launch has been a real source of inspiration and hope for the future.
“I believe that light and nature are sources of life, so one of the easiest ways to improve the flow of positive energy throughout your home is by finding ways to let in more light.”