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Andrea Bates

Simple geometrics, clean-lines and the odd flash of neon colours: Andrea Bates’s open-plan flat ‘above the shop’ is a clean slate for loft living.


London, UK

GAP Interiors/David Cleveland

Feature No:   2654 

Qty of Images:    48 


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At the start of each school term, there was always someone who had the perfect pencil case: leads all neatly sharpened, with a matching set of bright erasers. ‘Yes, I was that girl,’ sighs Andrea Bates, who has since turned graphic neatness with flashes of colour into an art form. ‘As a child, I’d spend ages rearranging my pencils and, no, clutter still doesn’t work for my personality.’ As the woman behind north Londonhome ware emporium Future and Found (, she now lives ‘over the shop’ in a factory-floor space that proves that, sometimes, it’s very good to take your work home with you.



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