Tag Archives: architecture

Memoirs of a house hunter – episode 2

November 18, 2016

From the look of the almost duck-egg-but-not-quite kitchen cabinets in the photograph, I thought hey I could just about bear with it, maybe even find some temporary stickers to go over it.

Hastily putting my trainers on I skipped out ... Read More...

Memoirs of a house hunter – episode 1

November 10, 2016

Viewing properties is a long process where you’re faced with pretend grandeur, lies and basically people in suits driving nice cars explaining how you could live in a cosy, spacious “apartment” (apartment seems to sound better than flat) where your living ... Read More...

Nature, design & bereavement

July 25, 2016

design, nature and bereavement - elizabethdanon.co.uk

Going to places where we feel most connected to the earth is therapeutic – somewhere we can walk, run, cry, talk and just be ourselves.

design, nature and bereavement - elizabethdanon.co.uk

A couple of years ago I designed the interior of a bereavement room for mothers ... Read More...

Tate Modern’s new Switch House

July 13, 2016

Tate Modern's new building- Switch House - London - written by Elizabeth Danon of EDIT

Last week I pootled along to the new building at the Tate Modern, named Switch House. I admit I did pretend I knew how to get in…but failed at styling out getting lost a few times. Advice – it’s through ... Read More...