About Stefi
After 8 years as senior designer at acclaimed agency Graphic Thought Facility. Stefi Orazi founded the Stefi Orazi Studio in 2006. Based in East London, the focus of her work is mainly in print and exhibition graphics.
Current city: London
After 8 years as senior designer at acclaimed agency Graphic Thought Facility. Stefi Orazi founded the Stefi Orazi Studio in 2006. Based in East London, the focus of her work is mainly in print and exhibition graphics.
I've only just discovered this fantastic little salad bar-come-florist right round corner from my studio. It serves freshly made salads that are not only delicious but cheap too! Either take away, or grab the one and only table and eat in.
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Morito is a few doors down from it's well know sister restaurant Moro. This not long open tapas restaurant feels like it could be in a little back street in Barcelona. The food is great, and it has a buzzy but relaxed atmosphere. You might need to wait a little while for the table, but I promise it's worth it.
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I've had a love affair with the BT Tower for some time now. Unfortunately entrance to the public was shut in 1980, but earlier this year I was invited up to the top, where the revolving restaurant once stood. The views were absolutely breath taking.
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Forget Selfridges or Liberty! Fenwicks Contemporary Womenswear department has the biggest selection of Sonia Rykiel this side of Paris, amongst other great labels such as Thomsen, Dagmar, Les-Prairies-de-Paris and See by Chloe. But the best thing about it – it's quiet!
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Set amongst one of my favourite housing estates in London – the Brunswick, Renoir cinema shows art-house films in it's two small but comfortable screens. I come here at least twice a month, and always on my own.
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Founder and Managing Partner of Carrie Scott & Partners, Carrie Scott has been a curator, Art Historian and arts writer since 2004. She has developed Modern and Contemporary collections in Europe and the United States, working with numerous businesses, executives and collectors to help them establish, manage, and maintain both corporate and personal art collections. Since early 2010, Scott has also worked side-by-side with visionary fashion photographer Nick Knight to curate his archive as well as curate exhibitions at the SHOWstudio Shop, a gallery that exhibited high profile contemporary artists like Douglas Gordon, Raymond Pettibon, Keith Tyson, Terrence Ko, and Anj Smith, alongside the work of dynamic younger artists like Tim A. Shaw, Courtney Andrews, Charlotte Kingsnorth, and Walter & Zoniel.   The SHOWstudio gallery is now globally recognised as having been a pioneering, ground-breaking platform that nurtured and encouraged creativity by combining the different art forms together in one space.  Before starting Carrie Scott & Partners in 2009, Scott was Director of Nicole Klagsburn Gallery, New York, where she worked closely with artists such as Beth Campbell, Matthew Day Jackson, Rashid Johnson, Mika Rottenberg, Adam McEwen, and Storm Tharp. Prior to that, she was noted curator of the Hedreen Gallery at Seattle University's Lee Center, and Director of the James Harris Gallery also in Seattle, Washington. In 2017, Scott appeared as a presenter on The Art Show, an entirely new art series that richly captures the artists of our lifetime that have inspired collectors and art lovers alike.
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Charley Peters is an artist based in London. She produces systematic drawings on paper and in physical spaces in which visual order is deconstructed through mechanical, manual or architectural interference. She has a PhD in Fine Art and exhibits her work internationally. As Co-Director of TBC Artists’ Collective, Charley works with artists and writers engaged in research-led projects that explore drawing as a performative, documentary or interventionist medium.
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