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New Court, Rothschild London HQ, by OMA | Architecture | Wallpaper* Magazine: design, interiors, architecture, fashion, art

New Court, Rothschild London HQ, by OMA

New Court, Rothschild London HQ, by OMA: Main Reception

New Court, Rothschild London HQ, by OMA

The travertine of the courtyard extends inside the glazed reception area at New Court. The horizontal desk was designed by OMA

The Rothschild Miscellany © The Israel Museum, Jerusalem, Preliminary preparations for Passover. Fol. 155v. The Rothschild Miscellany. Northern Italy. ca. 1460-80. Handwritten on vellum; brown ink, tempera, gold and silver leaf; square and semi-cursive Ashkenazic script. Height: 21 cm; Width: 15.9 cm. Gift of James A. de Rothschild, London. Accession number: B61.09.0803o.s.; 180/051.(http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:The_Rothschild_Miscellany_-_Google_Art_Project.jpg)

A look at a page of the Rothschild Miscellany, recently registered with UNESCO (Courtesy Israel Museum)

Pauline de Rothschild in London: this is how the Rothschilds did 'simple and elegant.' One can see John Fowler quite in evidence as well; he does love those hyper complex draperies and over the top Empire.

AD Revisits: Pauline de Rothschild's Secluded London Apartment

AD Revisits: Pauline de Rothschild's Secluded London Apartment Take a look back at the legendary tastemaker's elegant flat, featured in our May/June 1977 issue

New Court, Rothschild London HQ, by OMA | Architecture | Wallpaper* Magazine: design, interiors, architecture, fashion, art

New Court, Rothschild London HQ, by OMA

New Court, Rothschild London HQ, by OMA | Architecture | Wallpaper* Magazine: design, interiors, architecture, fashion, art

AD Revisits: Pauline de Rothschild's Secluded London Apartment Photos | Architectural Digest

AD Revisits: Pauline de Rothschild's Secluded London Apartment

"This flat is the distillation of her entire life," says Baron Philippe de Rothschild, of the secluded London apartment that served as a refuge for his late wife, Pauline, in the

© The Israel Museum, Jerusalem, Marriage Ceremony. Fol. 120v. The Rothschild Miscellany. Northern Italy. ca. 1460-80. Handwritten on vellum; brown ink, tempera, gold and silver leaf; square and semi-cursive Ashkenazic script. Height: 21 cm; Width: 15.9 cm. Gift of James A. de Rothschild, London. Accession number: B61.09.0803o.s.; 180/051. Download

© The Israel Museum, Jerusalem, Marriage Ceremony. Fol. 120v. The Rothschild Miscellany. Northern Italy. ca. 1460-80. Handwritten on vellum; brown ink, tempera, gold and silver leaf; square and semi-cursive Ashkenazic script. Height: 21 cm; Width: 15.9 cm. Gift of James A. de Rothschild, London. Accession number: B61.09.0803o.s.; 180/051. Download

FOR PILAR~: Pauline de Rothschild's London Dining Room by Colefax & Fowler

FOR PILAR~: Pauline de Rothschild's London Dining Room by Colefax & Fowler the depth of color is amazing!

New Court, Rothschild London HQ, by OMA

New Court, Rothschild London HQ, by OMA

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Presidential Election ~ The Bilderberg - Henry Kissinger, Zbigniew Brzezinski, George Soros, Jacob Rothschild, & David Rockefeller (google = Bilderberg)

Presidential election

Presidential Election ~ The Bilderberg - Henry Kissinger, Zbigniew Brzezinski, George Soros, Jacob Rothschild, & David Rockefeller these guys are hard core backing Clinton and Sanders

Waddesdon-Manor-England - Waddesdon Manor, one of the most extraordinary houses in England. Over 125 years ago, Baron Ferdinand Rothschild transformed a barren hill in the countryside outside London into the setting for this breathtaking estate, where he entertained family and friends, politicians and artists, royalty and writers.

Waddesdon-Manor-England - Waddesdon Manor, one of the most extraordinary houses in England. Over 125 years ago, Baron Ferdinand Rothschild transformed a barren hill in the countryside outside London into the setting for this breathtaking estate, where he entertained family and friends, politicians and artists, royalty and writers.

BEDROOM The baron's bedroom is styled so that the door from the hallway may be left open to extend the space. An early-19th-century Japanese painting on glass is the only wall adornment; walls and ceiling are painted, however, in many subtle shades of the same soft color.

AD Revisits: Pauline de Rothschild's Secluded London Apartment

The baron's bedroom is styled so that the door from the hallway may be left open to extend the space. An Japanese painting on glass is the only wall adornment; walls and ceiling are painted, however, in many subtle shades of the same soft color.

ROOM The baroness chose for her bedroom a room that also faces the classical architecture she admired.

AD Revisits: Pauline de Rothschild's Secluded London Apartment

For her London bedroom Baroness Pauline de Rothschild chose a space that faces the classical architecture she admired.

Rothschild's London townhouse

Former London art studio of John Singer Sargent, circa NOW OWNED by Sir Evelyn & Lady de Rothschild, who transformed the space into a modern living room.by Brilliant Asylum

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