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Victoria Huttler's stories

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  • All bar noneSubscription

    Archive29 August, 2002

    Buckley Gray has created a vibrant bar on Bristol's harbourside that injects colour, light and movement into an industrial shell using different stand-alone design 'installations' to create impact within the space.

  • Doing the funky kitchenSubscription

    Archive25 July, 2002

    This kitchen, by young multi-disciplinary MG Marga Design, has the hallmarks of an extravagant budget yet cost about the same as a standard top-end fitted kitchen. 'Many hours of our own time was spent on the project, researching and sourcing manufacturers and materials until we found the very best deals we possibly could, ' explains the practice's Matteo Margaroli. 'The budget simply wasn't there, so we ended up putting the hours in rather than compromise our ideas.'

  • a life in architecture - wayne hemingwaySubscription

    Archive27 June, 2002

    Wayne Hemingway, founder of fashion label Red or Dead, is excited by the giant steps being made in low- and mid-priced domestic housing. Last year, he designed a scheme of 688 homes for Wimpey in Gateshead after publicly criticising the UK mass housing market. Here he picks his three favourite European schemes.

  • Turning inside outSubscription

    Archive28 March, 2002


  • The light fantasticSubscription

    Archive28 February, 2002

    AJ Interiors - Boyarsky Murphy Architects has transformed two west London houses to create light-filled contemporary homes