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Confessions of a Try-Hard Greenie

When my Editor, Kyle, suggested experiencing firsthand the challenges of living green in the Caribbean, I naïvely leapt at the chance. Little did I know the challenges that lay ahead. Envisaging what shade of greenie I would be, I had to admit a cla...

June 29, 2011

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Eco Chic Interiors

This mindful materialism, due to heightened awareness of limited resources and the potential cost to the planet and personal health, has made homeowners conscious of incorporating sustainability into every aspect of living, including decorating the h...

June 29, 2011

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Quantity Surveyor: Sanjay Amin

Educated in Kenya and the United Kingdom, Amin is a keen squash player who cannot live without his curry. RL: Why did you choose to become a Quantity Surveyor? SA: My father was a civil engineer in Kenya and when I was at school in Durham, England, I...

June 29, 2011

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Native Roots

"Money doesn't grow on trees", or so they say, but with global markets ever-jittery, it is nice to know that one investment is proving increasingly astute: “hedge funds”… of the landscaping variety. In times of financial hardship, thoughts of t...

June 29, 2011

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Architect: Simon Hutchings

Moving to TCI in 1998, Hutchings grew up in rural Oxfordshire, England, and gained his professional accreditation in 1996 to become a member of the Royal Institute of Architects (RIBA). Why did you choose to become an architect? When I was eleven yea...

June 29, 2011

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Sweet Seats

1. STACKED CHARM Beguiling with its clean lines and available in vibrant colours, the Tip Ton chair by Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby holds a gift for those that sit. Created from 100% recyclable polypropylene, the stackable seat tips to protect your...

June 29, 2011