Marc Newson is an industrial designer and creative genius. This is his iconic Embryo Chair.
And thanks to David Nolan, this is his London apartment as profiled in The New York Times on 24 February of this year.
I love his library.
The paneling is architectural salvage, believe it or not. Despite the omnipresence of zebra skin rugs these days, I don't hate it here.
This is the kitchen.
I think it's a little too cute but I love the simplicity of it.
This is a great photograph.
I love the curve of the hand rail and the peek of blue in that field of white. Beautiful photograph, and I wonder how it plays in real life.
Finally, this bathroom is what prompted David to send me this article.
The article describes this stone as slab marble and it's absolutely beautiful. However, I spend a lot of time around marble and slab stone and I'm not so sure that this is marble. I have never seen marble with such pronounced stripes. It's possible I'm sure, but I suspect that this is a quartzite and not a marble. Can we hear from a stone expert? Quartzite or marble?