Exclusive! The ‘Star Trek: Strange New Worlds’ Enterprise blends midcentury design with SciFi futurism – Part 2

How do you augment the Star Trek Enterprise? It’s a seemingly impossible task given that...

Exclusive! The ‘Star Trek: Strange New Worlds’ Enterprise fuses midcentury design with SciFi futurism – Part 1

How do you augment the Star Trek Enterprise? It's a seemingly impossible task given...

The power of plants in film

Plants are amazing, there’s no denying that. Incorporating plants into our homes connects us to nature and can add architectural interest and colour to our interior design scheme. Importantly, they also clean the air....

The Thing coffee table: A dedication to the cult classic for the film’s 40th anniversary

John Carpenter has said that of all his films, The Thing is his personal favourite. It's also a favourite on one film fan who...

Lights and lamps inspiration from film and TV

Remember Amelie's cute bedside pig lamp? Or the dynamic curve of the Arco floor lamp in Iron Man's house? Or maybe it's the abundance of retro table lamps in the Bond movies of the...

The colour code: Movie palettes in print

Colour has a big part to play in film. It sets the tone and mood, conveys emotion and effects us on a psychological level. Movie palettes aid storytelling to enhance the narrative or define...

Interiors inspiration from the film sets of Conversations with Friends

The TV series Conversations With Friends had a lot to live up to after the huge success of Normal People. Both are adaptations of books by Irish author Sally...

The art and design of a A Clockwork Orange – a podcast

Film and Furniture founder Paula Benson joins the stellar line up of previous guests in Kubrick's Universe: The Stanley Kubrick Podcast where she discusses the 'The Art and Design...

Enchanté! The french villa in Downton Abbey: A New Era

For Downton’s second movie Downton Abbey: A New Era set in 1928, the Crawley family up roots from the English countryside to a gorgeous getaway pad in the south...

Thomas’s super-cool photographic studio in Blow-Up

Michelangelo Antonioni's Blow-Up is as much about the lifestyle of a photographer living and working in sixties swinging London, as it is about a mysterious murder. The 1966 film...

House of Gucci furniture: Maurizio’s Italian desk table could be yours!

The sculptural table ‘House of Gucci desk’ which features in Maurizio Gucci's office in House of Gucci was chosen by Director Ridley Scott and...

Dr No to No Time to Die – 60 Years of Bond film sets

In 1962, Sean Connery introduced Ian Fleming’s James Bond to cinema audiences and the visionary Ken Adam established a look and feel for Bond film sets that broke new...

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