1. “Woman Painter” – Spolia Magazine

Diane Radycki’s Paula Modersohn-Becker explores all of these pressures on the female artist’s life at the turn of the century, the way modernism has been defined as masculine and what Modersohn-Becker has to say to the female creator today. [link to the full interview below]

NW3 Interiors - Paula Modersohn-Becker

​Paula Modersohn-Becker, Woman with Red Blouse

NW3 Interiors - Boring Dolls

Jeanne Mammen, Langweilige Puppen (Boring Dolls)

Marie Laurencin, Bacante

Marie Laurencin, Bacante



2.  Fromental – new London showroom opened in the Design Centre, Chelsea Harbor.  

The London NYC

Fromental was founded by Tim Butcher and Lizzie Deshaves in 2005, established as a handmade interiors house which aimed to make beautiful wallpapers, fabrics and accessories. Focused on craftsmanship, Frontal combines the finest skills together with luxurious materials, blending historic classicism with modern design to create contemporary yet timeless interiors. The creative team is a brilliant collaboration of Designers and craftsman from London to China.

​(Hand painted and embroidered silk mural installed in the lobby of The London NYC)


3. Amsterdam – Cuyperspassage bicycle and pedestrian tunnel

amsterdam delft tunnel

Project by: Benthem Crouwel Architects

Designed by: Irma Boom

Crafted by: Koninklijk Tichelaer


80,000 Delft Blue tiles line the pedestrians side of the tunnel. Smooth, hand-shaped ceramic tiles have been installed to create a brilliant tableau which references a restored work by intimable Dutch tile painter Cornelis Boumeester.  As pedestrians + cyclists move through the tunnel from the city to the river, the tableau transitions from classic Dutch imagery to abstract pixelation which represents the the journey from the historic district to “new Amsterdam” and is a nod to the evolution of Dutch artistic style. [link below for more information + images]



4. Poritz & Studio – Tambour Vanity

NW3 Interiors - Poritz & Studio

The classic Danish tambour sliding door is completely re-envisioned in the Poritz Tambour Vanity, designed by Architect Aaron Poritz and meticulously hand-crafted in Brooklyn, New York of the highest quality materials and finishes.  
5. Moleskine + Adobe
Moleskine Adobe

The Moleskine Smart Notebook and companion App connected to an Adobe Creative Cloud membership allows for hand-drawn sketches to be turned into fully workable vector files. [link below for more information]

6. Oliver Bonas – copper wire recipe stand

NW3 Interiors - Oliver Bonas Copper Wire Recipe Stand

On-trend copper finish + geometric pattern = spot on for the modern, minimal kitchen

7. Ham Yard – London

NW3 Interiors - Ham Yard Hotel Kit Kemp Firmdale Hotels

Designed by co-owner and Design Director for Firmdale Hotels, Kit Kemp, who is passionate about creating exciting and unique interiors.  Kemp is and internationally acclaimed and the hotels + restaurants she designs embody her talent for arranging spaces with a carefree and colourful spirit.