Streetlights to Serial Killers: a Brief History of Lampshades
The lampshade comes late within the history of mankind’s struggle with light and darkness, offering a subtle middle ground where light can be dimmed
68 and Boston
The new hotspot in the theatre district now comes in the form of the chic wine and cocktail bar, 68 and Boston. Londnr's editor had the pleasure of ..
The Ormeley Dinner 2015
This Saturday our editor was one of the lucky guests to be invited to The Ormeley Dinner 2015, a lavish evening dedicated to conserving the environme
What’s the Secret Behind London’s Beauty?
For all of its charms, London is pretty easy to complain about. It's loud, dirty, expensive, and crowded. It's a world class city yet sometimes it doe
Sharing, Socialising & Confessing
A collective need to confess is embedded in the English language. The idioms we use so casually are quietly revelatory about our perceptions of privac
Easiread! Downloading Books Straight to Your Brain!
Save time and energy with EasiRead, the easy-to-operate App that downloads the world’s literature directly into your brain. No more time wasted on.
This Is Why You Hate Networking!
Here’s the scene. It’s a big open room with tables decked out in sterile white sheets. People named Caron and Mark linger in starched shirts and b
Beautiful Objects: Portrait Miniatures
The way in which we remember those we’re close to seems to evolve with every generation, but the need for it remains the same. Portrait miniatures w
Night Out at Kensington Roof Gardens
Last Friday Night Londnr Magazine visited Kensington Roof Gardens for a fabulous night out courtesy of London Lux, the genius pr company that gave us
When Right is Right but Left is Wrong
Throughout history the terms for ‘right’ and ‘left’ have been used not only for direction or location, but also to convey moral standing or co