September is a busy time in magazine land. From Fashion week to Frieze, there's almost too much to take in, and this year has been no exception.
One of the most exciting events of the season, The London Design Festival, has just finished up, following a flurry of parties, openings, closings and happenings, and - despite the air of exhaustion here at Esquire HQ - we've managed to pull together the final episode of our five-part guide to good design.
We've spoken to some of the biggest names in British design over the past week in a bid to glean a little aesthetic wisdom. From the experimental brilliance of Thomas Heatherwick to the sleek buy-ability of Lee Broom, we've left no stone unturned. And, speaking of stones, the final episode in our series comes courtesy of mason, designer and former Esquire Brilliant Brit, Max Lamb.
The London Design Festival. www.londondesignfestival.com
The Reference Library www.thereferencelibrary.blogspot.com
The V&A Museum www.vam.ac.uk
Aluminium Group chair by Eames for Vitra www.www.vitra.com