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How did you first get into food—what were your early influences?
I was always into cooking when I was younger, but it didn’t fully develop into a passion of mine until I moved into my own flat at 18 to … Read more →
You’ve recently become executive head chef at Bluebird—had you eaten there previously?
I ate here a long time ago, back in 2002 while I was working at Restaurant Gordon Ramsay and living around the corner.
At what age did you… Read more →
How did you start your company, Design by Deborah?
After qualifying as an Interior Designer, I worked for a designer part-time to enable me to work round a young family. However, it was always my intention to start my own … Read more →
- MIRAGE CH9116-050 wallpaper, £109.96 per roll (10m roll), by Chivasso at JAB Anstoetz. Available from www.jab-uk.co.uk
- New Wave Animals kingfisher mug, £17.50, by Villeroy & Boch. Available from House of Fraser, Harrods and Selfridges; www.villeroy-boch.co.uk.
- Clouds Bentwood chair, £120.
If you go down to the Thames today you’re sure of a big surprise, for the best apartments that ever there were, have gathered there for certain because, today’s the day that One Tower Bridge goes on the maaaarketttt…
There’s … Read more →
You often travel to seek new designers – which do you think are the most creative cities?
I think there is a lot of creative talent everywhere in the world and I always find something fascinating and inspiring in every … Read more →
Sum up your style in three words…
Inviting, innovative, interesting.
What do you love most about your work?
With my architectural background, I love playing with volumes to create flexible space and I enjoy thinking outside of the box. As … Read more →
Combining their individual talents, Liz Moloney and Rachel Fayman of Amber Design Group have worked on projects ranging from warehouse conversions to golf club refurbishments. Priding themselves on their close relationship with clients, Liz and Rachel give WLL an insight… Read more →
You have a talent for blending the old with the new and bringing light into dark areas – what’s your philosophy as an architect?
Our concept is similar to Savile Row tailor Anderson & Shepphard’s house style, the ‘London cut’, … Read more →