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Breuer, Meier and Mackintosh furniture in 9 1/2 Weeks

Marcel Breuer's infamous Wassily Chair has oft been referenced for its appearance in the steamy 1986 flick Nine and a Half Weeks starring Mickey Rourke and Kim Basinger, but...

Breuer’s Cesca Chair in Almodovar’s Julieta

The design and set decoration of Pedro Almodóvar’s films are always a visual delight and his latest film, Julieta, is no exception. Production Designer Antxon Gómez is a longstanding collaborator with...

How do you recreate an authentic 1940s Hollywood?

Everyone likes to immerse themselves in a little Hollywood glamour from time to time. Production Designer Matthew Flood Ferguson and his team reimagined a series of iconic locations and...

Widows: Interior design tips from a millionaire crime boss

We wouldn't normally seek interior design tips from a criminal mastermind and his wife, but when your home décor taste is as refined as Harry and Veronica Rawlings from...

Boxer’s Ibiza apartment in White Lines is full of eclectic furniture finds

Set in Ibiza and UK, the Netflix crime drama White Lines hits us up with a hedonistic mix of drugs, danger, beautiful landscapes and...

Design classics in the movies: 8 outstanding film sets to inspire your home

Spotting a furniture design classic in a film is our obsession and we know the same is true for many of our readers who...

Charles and Ray Eames Hollywood connections (and how they snuck their furniture into a few films)

Exclusive interview with Eames expert prof. Pat Kirkham We're lucky to have Pat Kirkham back in the UK. After...

Wassily lounge chair

The Wassily lounge chair designed by Marcel Breuer (currently produced by Knoll) crops up in Nine 1/2 Weeks and X-Men: First Class. While an apprentice at the Bauhaus, Marcel Breuer conceived this first tubular chair, which he based on the...

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