I love to visit the Greek and Roman art collection of the Met in nYC to study the pure, correct architecture details that started with the Romans.
The Frick on 5th Avenue in New York is a wonderful example of classical architecture and modern details. Giant plate glass windows don’t overwhelm or distract. I love the pebble mosaic walkways – it would be gorgeous in a bathroom.
The art deco entrance at 50 South Audley Street in London is both classic and modern.
The original Hudson’s Bay Company headquarters in London.
At Goyard in London. I love this building and the way they stack the cases outside.
An example of my favourite architecture in London – classic brick and terracotta.
A charming house in a laneway in Mayfair. It has an almost Dutch feel.
This growing wall on Piccadilly is like a vertical park in a busy street. 1,800 plants were used and 260 different species. The cloth backing the plants is made from recycled clothing.
This is a beautiful townhouse is London.
Learning about the history of the sports car at the new Ferrari Museum, designed by architect Jan Kaplický, in Modena, Italy.