‘There’s no space that can’t be enhanced or warmed up by the right picture,’ enthuses Adam. Here in his two-storey industrial space in west London, Adam has combined a light-drenched design studio with a gallery space for clients, both commercial and residential, to see his work in action, as well as peruse the archive of over 10,000 images Adam has collected since a student at the Slade School of Fine Art over two decades ago.
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THINKING ABOUT A HOUSE OR GARDEN REDESIGN? OUR EXPERTS SHARE THEIR KNOW-HOW FOR ACHIEVING MAXIMUM RESULTS WITH MINIMUM SPEND
MOVERS & SHAKERS
Graphic artist Adam Ellis
STUNNING SURFACES, SPACIOUSNESS AND HIGH-SPEC FITTINGS ALL CREATE AN INDULGENT SPA EXPERIENCE
ROOTED IN HISTORY
Winter is the best time to see the beauty of our ancient native trees. Here’s the story of these forces of nature, where to find them and how to preserve them
Shareen Joel’s Melbourne home is an excellent example of understated interiors done masterfully
Exceptional art and a finely curated selection of mid-century pieces work beautifully in this New York apartment and give it a unique allure
AT ONE WITH NATURE
With its breathtaking panorama and a wealth of timber finishes, Fran Derham and Michael Robertson’s retreat is the epitome of rustic chic
Steeped in history, this Connecticut garden is a relaxing weekend retreat for New York-based interior designer Alexandra Champalimaud and her financier husband Bruce Schnitzer
The home and studio of architect Annabelle Tugby is a modern spin on English rustic style and champions simple, sustainable design
A GRAND REVIVAL
Daniel Slowik of Sibyl Colefax & John Fowler helped his client reimagine her lifetime’s collection of furnishings and objets – the result is a revived London home that has a delightful country house look
Build Lasting Partnerships
Finding trustworthy vendors and partners is key to growing your business—but it’s a challenging relationship to perfect. We asked six entrepreneurs to share their best methods.
ONCE MORE UNTO THE BREACH IN ‘GODZILLA VS. KONG'
“Godzilla vs. Kong” begins, fittingly, with the big guy asleep.
THUMBS AHOY! MIX AND MATCH: ADVANCED SLAP
Welcome! For the last year or so we’ve been working on some very advanced slap bass techniques.
Y&R: WHO POISONED REY?
Rey’s blood test reveals that he’s been poisoned by a deadly substance called thallium, and a worried Sharon hasn’t left her husband’s bedside since he’s been admitted to the hospital. “It’s a concern that he’s not waking up,” says Sharon Case (Sharon). “After Nate tells Sharon that Rey’s been poisoned, she’s really scared because she doesn’t know if they can get the poison out of his system in time and save him. Sharon’s afraid he’ll die.”
Y&R: VICTOR PITS VICTORIA AGAINST ADAM
At Newman Enterprises, Victoria fills in Nikki about how Victor advised her to buy a media company owned by Ashland Locke, but Victoria passed on it and now Billy is trying to acquire it. However, Victoria reveals that now, with Victor and Adam teaming up to snatch the company, she wants to bring it under the Newman umbrella.
It's Only My Opinion
Daytime’s most outspoken columnist!
The Knickerbocker Bar & Grill
The neighborhood fixture has been dark for a year, but there’s hope yet for fans of T-bone steaks and supercolossal booths.
INVESTING ABCS: TEACHING YOUR KIDS ABOUT MONEY AND MARKETS
The recent stock market mania over the video game company GameStop, which this week was scrutinized by Congress, has provided a teachable moment for kids.
Y&R: ADAM AND SHARON BUSTED!
Sharon is experiencing myriad emotions in the wake of her kiss with Adam.
Adam Banks DEC 1968 — NOV 2020
It is with great sadness that we say farewell to longtime Mac|Life writer Adam Banks, who tragically passed away in November last year. What he didn’t know about Apple wasn’t worth talking about. He was in charge of our monthly Random Access Memory and we know, from the many emails we get, that it was a favorite page in the magazine. Fellow Mac|Life scribe and good friend Craig Grannell pays tribute to the man who will be sorely missed