In early 20th-century London, a circle of painters, writers, and thinkers congregated in the West End neighborhood known for its garden squares, called Bloomsbury. It was here that the somewhat incestuous, bohemian bunch engaged in an interdisciplinary exchange of ideas that embraced then-radical concepts about modern art, economics, philosophy, and sexuality. In terms of interiors, the spaces they created feel fresh and new again with the personal and comfortable touches that are lacking in so many modern spaces.
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