An ‘uncompromising contemporary tour de force’, ‘classic, no-frills, no-
fuss design achieved with warmth and charm’, ‘minimalist, but not anally
retentive’. Blimey! Most people selling their house have to rely on the
usual des.res, dual aspect gobbledegook. Not Robin Wight. After conning
Conde Nast into publishing an ad for his house (Campaign, 17 March 1995)
this time he got the company’s House and Garden magazine to do a six-
page feature on it - conveniently neglecting to mention it remains for
sale, of course. What next? Hello’s ‘At home with Robin and Anastasia’?
Oh, yes please. We’ll write it!