||||||||||||Ilse Crawford keeps it real for London office fitout|The art of mixing up colour, texture and pattern at Soho House New York|Restrained rustic for “modern coaching inn” The Olde Bell in Berkshire|The Arts and Crafts Kranzbach Spa Hotel, deep in the Bavarian Alps|Blanket-clad walls and Matthew Hilton’s Fin chairs for The Olde Bell’s dining room|Grand Hotel Stockholm’s opulent dining room, more formal in style…|…and the same hotel’s more laid-back Food Bar, all timber and tiling|Ad agency Rapier gets the Studioilse treatment, including a moody boardroom|A seriously heavy-duty desk at Rapier contrasts with white room-dividing shelving|A-frames in castors used as moveable inboards – or to barricade yourself in|Custom-made oak and leather tables and industrial pendant lighting||
06 Dec 2011

Ilse Crawford’s intuitive approach to design

Words by Elizabeth Choppin

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