Camron has been appointed to manage the international media relations for Kanyon, an exciting new landmark development in the heart of Istanbul (www.kanyon.com.tr).
I was lucky enough to attend this year’s Tokyo Design Festival with my colleague Amy. Comprising two design shows – Tokyo Design Week/100% Tokyo and Design Tide; these are supplemented by an array of showroom exhibitions, the Festival is a great introduc
Camron was asked by its newest client Bisazza, creators of beautiful contemporary glass mosaics, to host a Christmas reception.
For the second year running, Camron is representing the London Design Festival.
During the Salone de Mobile Camron arranged an informal supper at the Milan apartment of Rossella Bisazza for a ‘few’ designers and journalists. But like all the best house parties we quickly ended up with a fantastic mix of people.
Casa Decor, one of the most innovative design exhibitions in the world is finally coming to London.
Camron has been working with the International Design Initiative (IDI) for the past 12 months. The IDI is a pan Arab initiative that that seeks to foster design creativity across the UAE.
For the sixth year running, Camron organised the PR for the Daily Telegraph House & Garden Fair, the UK’s most prestigious interior and garden design event for consumers.
Camron has been employed to direct an international PR campaign for the New York based Rockwell Group.
Monday night marked the beginning of The London Design Festival
For the last few months, Camron has been working with Zaya, a dynamic real estate company based in Abu Dhabi to launch Nurai
During Frieze, Meta organised an exhibition of their debut collection in the Mallett Showroom opposite Sotheby’s.
Rossella and Piero Bisazza hosted a trip to their Headquarters in Vicenza last week for London and Paris based editors. The spell-binding space is like MOMA in New York
Camron organised a press trip for UK based journalists to visit the New Jet Blue terminal at JFK airport in New York. With a design and brand concept by Rockwell Group
For the last few weeks, Camron has been working with Jules Wright, the owner and creative director of the Wapping Project
Tuesday night saw the launch of B&B&3* an exciting collaboration between B&B Italia and Wallpaper* magazine for the London Design Festival. The Wallpaper
NEO Bankside enjoyed sweet success at this summer’s London Festival of Architecture. Native Land and Grosvenor, who are jointly building the new development (designed by Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners)
Last week Camron brought a group of leading design and lifestyle journalists, representing publications in China, France, Italy, Russia and the UK, to Copenhagen for the launch of
David Rockwell, the New York based architect and designer was in town yesterday to mark the European launch of his groundbreaking Imagination Playground concept
To celebrate the arrival of Spring, Perrier-Jouët held an exclusive one-day event at London’s Saatchi Gallery to unveil ‘The Enchanting Tree’
With simplicity mixed with style, the launch of the new Paul Smith shop in Borough Market brings a touch of his quirky take on fashion to the otherwise food dominated quarter.
The unexpected has become the norm at Moss where alliances are played out with some of world’s most notable innovators such as H. Stern, Campana Brothers, Swarovski, Maharam, Maarten Baas, and more.
The first thing to hit you about Istanbul is how utterly different it is.
A cute little café called Konstam, near King’s Cross. Owned by Thomas Heatherwick’s wife’s brother, Konstam is a great little eat-in / take-out lunch stop.
My perfect Sunday always starts with a visit to Columbia Road Flower Market. This very London experience takes place every Sunday between 8am to 2pm and is a cornucopia of garden and house plants and cut flowers.
I first saw Concrete Blonde at Designers Block in Milan. Their amazing concrete wallpaper reminded me of the new Eberswalde Library in Germany by Hertzog de Meron.
Barney today met his match when he came face to face with a largeJapanese dog!
I was in Dubai to meet with our new clients, the International Design Initiative. It was my first time in Dubai so I was keen to find out what this city had to offer.
The first thing to hit you about this city – the once named Paris of the East – is the sheer scale of the place.
I went to the recent show with my team at Camron. One graduate really caught my eye. Caroline Till is a Textile Design Graduate.
I was particularly impressed with her re-patterning of old china from charity shops to re-unify collections.
Every year the Serpentine Gallery chooses an architect who has yet to design a permanent building in the UK to design their summer pavilion.
His stylish ceramics are eco-not-worthy; seamlessly bridging craft and mass production.
This excellent new book by Lucy Bullivant explores how spaces interact with the people who use them. Lucy writes for a range of architectural and design publications. Last month Lucky went on a Camron press trip to see Kanyon Istanbul on behalf of Domus
This amazing development just outside of Beijing is a private collection of 12 houses designed by Asian Architects, including Kengo Kuma.
Camron was quite literally rocked twice this week by a rather energetic jazz three piece.
It is not every day you have to experience sub zero temperatures in the name of work but Susanna and I, ever the intrepid explorers, took the plunge as our search for a venue for a client’s Christmas press reception took a decidedly chilly turn.
September is always a busy month for Camron. As a leading PR agency in the design and interiors field, many of our clients are very involved in the London Design Festival.
Fantastic news, Poke and Camron have been short listed for a BIMA award (British Interactive Media Association).
This was my second visit to Tokyo Design Week and the container show just gets better and better.
I have been dealing with a great Spanish design publication called Tendencias Fashion Mag, a Madrid based Fashion and lifestyle publication.
Z58, the Kengo Kuma building in Shanghai designed by Japanese architect Kengo Kuma won the Design Week Award for best workplace environment at last nights Awards ceremony at the Hilton Park Lane.
Gillian and I went to the launch of FORM at Olympia last night.
Form is a new exhibition bringing together modern and contemporary art, design, photography, ceramics, sculpture and jewellery.
While in New York last week, I made my pilgrimage to Moss, the best design shop in the World, located on Greene Street in Soho. The shop never fails to impress did not disappoint on this occasion – the collection of Maarten Bass furniture on display was
The Salone de Mobile is always a busy time for the teams here at Camron but this year we have a record-breaking 7 events happening in Milan.
I have loved Maarten Bass since I saw his collection of furniture which he had customised with a flame thrower. These are now produced by Moooi and a special series has even been done for the Moss Gallery in New York.
I went to the British Museum last night to the launch of a new building by Zaha Hadid in Dubai called Opus.
I was fortunate enough to visit Skylon, the new restaurant at the recently reopened Royal Festival Hall.
Buying art can be such an intimidating prospect, but not so at a fabulous new art gallery in East Dulwich called 14 Upland Road, which I stumbled across at the weekend.
Last night, Caroline Roux, design journalist extraordinaire and editor of Craft Magazine, hosted a party at the Jerwood Space to celebrate 12 years of the Jerwood Prize.
As a birthday treat, my friend Dawn and I headed to Stockholm for the weekend. The highlight of the trip was undoubtedly dinner at Gondolen, one of Stockholm’s most celebrated restaurants.
Last week my team and I paid a visit to Wahaca, the much anticipated new Mexican restaurant in Covent Garden.
I have been a fan of Takashi Murakami since I saw an exhibition of his work at the Serpentine Gallery in 2002.
An undoubted highlight of my stay in Los Angeles was a trip to the Walt Disney Concert Hall by architectural superstar Frank Gehry.
Pia and I decided to visit the recent Stockholm Furniture Fair. This was Camron’s first time at the Fair
London-based, Italian-born designer Martino Gamper likes to cook; so much so that he frequently sets up his own guerrilla restaurants
I first met Kengo Kuma in 2006 when I launched Z58, a stunning building he designed in Shanghai.
After 3 years of intensive preparation, Meta’s first collection included pieces from Asymptote, BarberOsgerby, Tord Boontje, Matali Crasset & Wales & Wales.
Last week Neil and I hosted a press trip to the unveiling of Nurai, a spectacular private community of beach-front estates, water villas and a boutique hotel
On a recent trip to Cornwall I went to see the Eden Project. This amazing futuristic piece of architecture, designed by Nicholas Grimshaw is breathtaking in its beauty.
Sitting atop the cliffs overlooking the surfer haven of Watergate Bay, Jamie Oliver’s Fifteen Cornwall
While on my recent visit to New York to see my client Rockwell group I stumbled across Tree Huts a slightly surreal art installation in Maddison Square Park
You never forget your first building- the one that made you know, in your heart of hearts, the ineffable power of architecture
We braved lashing rain and freezing temperatures to catch Seizure – an art installation created by Roger Hiorns
Parents of children at Soho Parish School have commissioned the renowned graphic designer Jonathan Barnbrook, to design a bag to raise money for the school.
Amy and I were lucky enough to go to the opening of the new Cha Cha Moon, at Whiteleys in Bayswater last night. Cha Cha Moon
Bocca di Lupo, “mouth of the wolf” in Italian, opened earlier this year. Chef Jacob Kennedy, who previously worked at Moro
On Saturday, I stumbled upon Ryantoon, a pop-up shop by the papercut artist and printmaker Robert Ryan.
Cognac producer Courvoisier has teamed up with the edible architectural geniuses at Bompas and Parr
This remarkable show runs until 11 April 2010 at the Wapping Project, the east London gallery
Opening today at the Wapping Project Bankside, is a provocative solo exhibition by the renowned American documentary photographer Susan Meiselas.
Yesterday I went to the Opening of Chorus, an immersive kinetic experience light and sound installation by United Visual Artists at The Wapping Project
Last Saturday I experienced Studio Dining East, a spectacular Pop Up restaurant by those amazing people at Bistrotheque
In Shoreditch on Saturday, I stumbled across Penny University – the latest in pop up to hit London.
The Deptford Project is hosting the fabulous Silent Cinema for the next three weeks with 80s movies showing
While in Copenhagen I visited Edition Copenhagen. Founded in 1959 the space at Christianshavn houses both a lithographic workshop and a wonderful gallery space.
Last night was the party to launch the Wallpaper* Design Awards. Over 66 categories wallpaper picked the best in class in everything from the best beds to Spas.
Running alongside the Yohji Yamamoto retrospective at the Victoria & Albert Museum are two further odes to the designer curated by Jules Wright
Last night saw the opening of an exhibition of the work of the seminal American fashion photographer Lillian Bassman
Neil and I attended the press preview this morning of the Serpentine Gallery Pavilion by Swiss architect, Peter Zumthor.
At the weekend I went to a birthday party in a fantastic location house called The Roost.
On my trip to Barcelona last week I headed straight to Tapac 24, a small tapas restaurant (Tapac is tapas in Catalan)
Last night I went with Tony Chambers to Ron Arad’s Curtain Call at the Roundhouse
Last night I went to the V&A for the opening of Power of Making, collaboration between the V&A and the Crafts Council.
On my recent trip to Hong Kong my good friend Yoko Choy took me to see Moustache, a fantastic men’s emporium
Nestled deep in Brixton is one of the best kept gastronomic secrets in London. In 2009 the near-empty Granville Market
There are certain moments in your life that you remember forever and last week Lizzie, Hannah and I experienced one of those moments.
On a recent trip to istanbul my great friend, the designer Sema Topaloglu recommended Karaköy Lokantası
The Beyoğlu area of Istanbul has changed beyond all recognition in the last few years and now is home to some of the most interesting boutiques
The web address of Mark Hix’s latest restaurant, Tramshed, is www.chickenandsteak.co.uk and sure enough the restaurant offers
The Filling Station is the latest pop up from the people behind Bistrotheque. Housed in a former petrol station in Kings Cross
Last night, we went to the private view of Wallpaper*’s annual Architects Directory exhibition.
Last night I was lucky to be invited to the V&A to a gala dinner to celebrate All Eyes on Korea.
Here at Camron, we’ve all been swept up by the excitement of the Jubi-lympics so Neil and I were delighted to visit Barbara Chandler’s new Celebration! exhibition at Pitfield London.
Last week I popped down to St Martin’s Courtyard for a screening of the Best Exotic Marigold Hotel.
Hidden in the newly converted Grade ll listed Granary Building, home to Central Saint Martin’s College of Art and Design, is the new branch of Caravan.
Last week while in Paris, I went to Verjus, a hidden gem down an inauspicious alleyway off Rue de Richelieu.
The Pompidou Centre in Paris currently presentsing a retrospective of the work of Irish artist, furniture designer and architect Eileen Gray (1878-1976).
While in Paris last week I was lucky enough to be a guest of Swarovski at the opening of the Paris Haute Couture exhibition at Hôtel de Ville.
On Thursday I was invited to the launch party for the new brand by H&M called & Other Stories.
Last night I attended the Swarovski Whitechapel Gallery Art Plus Fashion Party.
8 Chairs, the latest exhibition at Gallery Libby Sellers is an unusual exhibition by the London-based creative team Clarke & Reilly.
Last week I was lucky enough to travel to the Vitra Campus for a meeting about an exciting new project with Zaha Hadid and Swarovski. The Vitra Campus is one of the most incredible collections of architecture I have ever seen.
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