As one of the world’s leading creative hubs, an inspirational combination of quirky British style and lively cosmopolitanism, London is home to designers, stylists, and artists from around the globe. The New Creative Home ventures inside the personal spaces of the city’s most ingenious talents. Drawn from the worlds of fashion, design, and art, this new generation of talent is embracing the city’s wide variety of living spaces—from a Victorian pile or an elegant Georgian terrace to a loft- style apartment—and injecting their own bold design and bright ideas to create highly individualistic and inspirational interiors.
Ingrid Rasmussen and Talib Choudry take readers into the personal spaces and diverse neighborhoods of these creatives, from fashion stylist Alex Eagle in Soho and textile designers Torna and Lucy Russell-Hills in Notting Hill, to artist Camille Walala in Hackney and architect Chris Dyson in Spitalfields, revealing a rich mix of lifestyles that showcase the city in all its vibrancy.
Ingrid Rasmussen is a London-based travel and interiors photographer whose previous publications include New London Style and StyleCity London.
Talib Choudry is the Design Editor of Telegraph Magazine and Editor-at-Large of Elle Decoration, UK.