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The Insider’s Guide to Gloucestershire

Famously home to both Laurie Lee and the David Cameron Cotswolds set, you could say that Gloucestershire is a county of contrasts. As Gordon Russell says in the Foreword to the 1947 edition of The Cotswolds – An Introduction (something we picked up in one of the many antique shops we discovered there), ‘It is not the “beauty-spots” so much as the “one-ness” of the whole area that forms the most enduring impression’.

H&C Recommends: Not a Brief Glance

A collaboration show at The Gallery in London brings together two artists’ individual responses to the landscapes that surround their homes and workspaces. The exhibition has been inspired by the ever-changing natural and structured environment of Johnny Brophy and Gerard Hastings…

Book of the Week: John Pawson – Spectrum (Phaidon)

For pure ‘does what it says on the tin’ minimalism, this book – essentially a perfect-bound moodboard in hardback – arranges 320 images taken by the architect John Pawson in chromatic order. It starts in white and it ends in black; running through the full colour spectrum in between.

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