Richard Brownlie-Marshall
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Richard is a designer and creative currently living in London.

In April 2011, Richard launched his self-titled design brand, which has since seen a range of successful products for homes and interiors. He is currently the Head of Creative at London's healthier eating chain Tossed. His role is very hands-on within the company; designing store interiors, marketing campaigns, packaging and even the voice of their weekly newsletter, 'The Tosser'.

Referred to as a modern day Renaissance man, Richard, also takes a keen interest in performance on many different levels. Key successes include performing on London's Westend, producing and acting in sell-out Edinburgh Fringe shows and appearing in the London 2012 Olympic opening ceremony.

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Entries by Richard Brownlie-Marshall

Finding the SAMA Style

(0) Comments | Posted 25 January 2014 | (20:26)


SAMA Asian Kitchen first opened its doors in November 2013, landing right in the heart of Wimbledon's high street. The Southeast Asian eatery didn't have a name when I began work on the project, so I guess you could say I was working...

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The Torchlight Procession - Edinburgh Hogmanay 2014

(0) Comments | Posted 31 December 2013 | (00:07)


I am a born and bred Edinburger, so I've celebrated many a New Year by taking to the streets of Edinburgh for their legendary Hogmanay celebrations. This year I decided to visit the event that takes place the night before, the...

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Easy Italian Cooking: Cherry Tiramisu

(0) Comments | Posted 12 October 2013 | (19:47)


Italian cooking is my favourite type of food, pizza and pasta, but tiramisu is not something that normally sends me salivating over the dessert menu. However as part of my easy Italian cooking, I did get very attracted to Gino D'Acampo's take...

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Easy Italian Cooking: Spicy Tomato & Salmon Rigatoni

(0) Comments | Posted 12 October 2013 | (18:32)

I would say that I'm one of those people who enjoys cooking, but has never really found the knack of following recipes. Perhaps it's the designer in me, but when I'm left alone in the kitchen, I always have the urge to get creative and result in a recipe far...

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The Light Princess Soars Into The National Theatre

(0) Comments | Posted 9 October 2013 | (11:36)


When taking the dreaded march through the London underground system, my eyes had often set upon the stunning image used to promote The Light Princess at the National Theatre. I hadn't heard of the fairytale before, but I knew with...

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Gino D'Acampo Spills The Beans

(0) Comments | Posted 30 September 2013 | (19:15)


In my role as an Easy Team ambassador for Zanussi, I recently got the chance to meet up with the team's Captain, Gino D'Acampo, in Newcastle's Fenwick. I was taken up to the store's personal shopping suite...

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Entertaining With Ease

(0) Comments | Posted 23 September 2013 | (00:01)

Hosting a great dinner party doesn't always have to mean hours of work in the kitchen and spending your night in there too. As a member of Zanussi's Easy Team, I've created my top tips, sure to have you serving up your perfect party, with no stress on...

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Making Your Kitchen Work for You

(0) Comments | Posted 11 September 2013 | (22:12)

In many homes, the kitchen is probably one of the most used rooms. Whether a quick bowl of cereal in the morning, a family dinner in the evening or the epicenter of a party at night, it certainly gets seen. However, for some, their kitchen might feel too small or...

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Home at London's National Theatre

(0) Comments | Posted 3 September 2013 | (11:39)


I have often walked along London's Southbank and seen the huge wooden fort in red, that sits in front of the National Theatre, and assumed it was some sort of art installation. But when I was invited along to the production of...

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Jonathan Adler Brightens Up Britain

(0) Comments | Posted 23 August 2013 | (13:45)

I can safely confess to being a Jonathan Adler believer, from his bold colours to humorous touches, no one does it quite like him. His style and ethos are something I have lived with for years, however I feel like I've only been formally introduced in the last couple of...

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I'm a Candy Kitten Too!

(0) Comments | Posted 8 August 2013 | (11:39)

Whether you're watching Made in Chelsea, following Jamie Laing or maybe just have a bit of a sweet tooth - you've probably heard of the brand known as Candy Kittens. Setting out to be the modern-day Willy Wonka, Jamie and his team have set up this fashionable confectionery...

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Edinburgh Fringe 2013, Truly Rich Pickings

(0) Comments | Posted 5 August 2013 | (09:37)

Every summer the Fringe festival takes over Edinburgh, bringing with it thousands of performers ready to take centre stage. Being the biggest arts festival in the world, you can safely say that there is much to see, but finding something you'll enjoy isn't always as simple. Selecting a...

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A Chorus Line, One of Broadway's Finest Hours (or two) in London

(1) Comments | Posted 23 July 2013 | (10:54)

Being involved in musical theatre from a young age, the score of A Chorus Line has been circling around my head for the last decade at least. From when I was auditioning, the tapper before me could be heard singing "I Can Do That" or when I was...

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Designing a Hot Brand

(0) Comments | Posted 24 April 2013 | (11:42)

I was in high school when I first decided that design would be my destination, but my GPS must have been on the blink, because the exact area of design was undetermined. Today, I'm no closer to finding the exact location I fit into, but I have discovered that it's...

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The Book of Mormon Arrives in London, Prepare to be Converted

(0) Comments | Posted 11 March 2013 | (12:00)

The audience was a buzz with those who had listened the Broadway soundtrack, heard of colleagues who found it too offensive and some who had never even heard of the show. But after a listening to the divine words of South Park's Trey Parker and Matt Stone, along with Avenue...

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Interior Trends 2013 and How to Incorporate Them Into Your Home

(0) Comments | Posted 16 February 2013 | (19:51)

For interiors in 2013, there is bold and brassy or comfortable and clean cut. Your home is a great chance to express your personal style, but like fashions we see on the runway, each season there are key themes that retailers and interiors magazines will be focusing on. The big...

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Making the Perfect New Year's Resolutions and Achieving Them

(0) Comments | Posted 31 December 2012 | (23:58)

It's the beginning of a new year and along with a sky full of fireworks; it's time to set your New Year's resolutions for the year to come. Whether losing weight or spending more time volunteering, it's a great time to set targets for the year ahead - the only...

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Fresh Design for Pasta Lovers

(0) Comments | Posted 24 December 2012 | (21:41)

Recently an opportunity arose with Zizzi to design the new plate that would be used across their 120 stores nationwide, and when opportunity knocks, I always greet it with a warm reception. And in this case, the famous Italian chain had served me a dish that I simply...

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Christmas Shopping in Three Clicks

(0) Comments | Posted 5 December 2012 | (15:57)

I think I see a pattern developing here; I do no Christmas shopping, remember on the 20th that I need to, enter Oxford Street in a state of complete chaos, only to end up with the same old rubbish. Well thankfully that's not the story this year, as I'm going...

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The Krazy World of Kardashian

(0) Comments | Posted 11 November 2012 | (23:49)

Khloe, Kourtney and Kim have touched down in London to launch their Kardashian Kollection at Dorothy Perkins, and they certainly didn't come quietly.

I remember watching 'Keeping up with the Kardashians' when it first launched on the E! Network in 2007, but I seem to have missed the period in...

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