“We wanted a sense of elegance, grace, grandeur and dignity. It needed to work in 100 years’ time,” says Tim. “The colour palette and the technique of hiding the animals were the keys that unlocked that. And it led to a design whose extreme eccentricity is only fully apparent after a second look.”
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Glenmorangie House, Scotland
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A visual retelling of the Glenmorangie story, in collaboration with Russel Sage.