Letters and other memorabilia displayed at the Courtauld exhibition Mondrian || Nicholson: In Parallel reveal that Mondrian was a less forbidding character than his white spaces, precise grids and strict use of primary colours might suggest. As a tribute to the great master of modernism we have collated visuals from around the globe to illustrate how Mondrian’s avant-garde influences still have relevance and vision in the contexts of our gardens, architecture and landscapes today.
The Hudson by Phillippe Starck
Colour blocking also equals the absence of colour
Miami Mondrian Hotel
Mini Desk Garden Haute Culture
Eu/phoria garden chairs by Paola Navione
the Stitch Chair by Adam Goodrum
For interesting insights on the Nicholson // Mondrian exhibition and thoughts on their influences go to John Brookes
We hope this blog lifted your thoughts and spirits past the drudgery of the last month (notice how we didn't say the "R" word once?). Just remember - May is around the corner...
Colour Blocking Garden Style Source book: The coolist, Isometrix, Haute Culture, Paola Navione, Visualize, Jilly Welch, Hendy curzon Gardens, John brookes, Design Boom, Pulse store, Asla, Soul of the garden, National Geographic, Decodir, Sweetspot, Homelondike, Andi Surjanto, We heart it, Stardust.