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Fyning Copse

Rogate, Petersfield

GU31 5DH



UK +44 1730821424

US +1415307723

January 28, 2015

Like many viewers of the Last Tango in Halifax on the BBC, I cannot help noticing the extent to which kitchens feature in this series, almost to the point of being characters in their own right. In the complicated lives of the two leads Gillian and Caroline, the kitche...

April 16, 2014

In the last few days I have been lucky enough to visit Milan 2014, two design shows that set the year’s interiors agenda: Salone del Mobile and Eurocucina.

There really isn’t anything like these adjoining trade shows in England, or maybe anywhere else in the world.  App...

January 27, 2014

The relationship between cooking, creativity and the kitchen environment is one of my big interests, not surprisingly. I love experimental cooking (my family aren’t so sure… home fermented sauerkraut, anyone?) and view food as a vehicle for bringing other cultures into...

February 18, 2013

Andrew Solomon’s new book Far From the Tree: Children and the Search for Identity is book of the week on BBC Radio 4 and all over the review pages, here and in the USA at the moment – excitingly for me because I had the great good luck to design not one but two kitchen...

March 12, 2010

“Cooking is an art. By art I mean a lot of creativity and some necessary chaos. Food is a natural product and whatever is natural comes with surprising and unruly elements.”

So wrote Jeanette Winterton in Saturday’s Guardian in an article entitled “For the Love of Food...

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