My feature on the home of artist and designer, Richard Woods, was published in the Telegraph Magazine.
‘Ascending the stairs that lead to the first floor living spaces of WoodBlock House, you are struck by the vivid, wood grain graphics that embellish the treads. This colourful, cartoonish style is synonymous with the property’s owner, the artist, Richard Woods and sets the tone for the rest of the house. 'My practice crosses the boundaries between art, architecture and design and my home is an extension of that, I suppose,’ he explains. Woods’ work often plays with interior motifs, from flooring and chintz wallpapers to brick walls.’