Johnson Tiles: Behind the factory doors…

Johnson Tiles is the UK’s leading manufacturer and importer of ceramic and porcelain wall and floor tiles, based in the heart of The Potteries in Stoke-on-Trent.  Since starting back in 1901, Johnson Tiles has remained the most dynamic and creative force within its industry, constantly raising the bar in terms of inspirational design, imaginative use… Read More >

22 June 2017

Designer Q&A: Anthony Hickman, Ulster

With the BCFA’s first ever event in Ireland just around the corner, we took the time to talk to Ulster Carpets‘ Head of Design, Anthony Hickman. Anthony tells us about his journey into the design world and how the Irish design industry is growing.How did you get into carpet design and what do you love about… Read More >

8 June 2017

Creating natural habitats – Boss Design

Oliver Ronald, Sales & Marketing Director at The Boss Design Group, explains why habitats are now key to successful workplace design.  Good workplace design is no longer just about specifying furniture for the space available. Today, it’s all about creating settings or habitats – how people manage their work, and the enabling of technologies. By… Read More >

1 June 2017

Designer Q&A; James Stevenson, Imperial Bathrooms

Design Insider caught up with British bathroom manufacture Imperial Bathrooms to catch up with Export Sales and Marketing Manager James Stevenson. So James, how did you get into design? My background is product engineering and, as the son of the owner, I have been involved with Imperial in one way or another since the company was founded…. Read More >

16 May 2017

Designer Q&A: Ben Grafton, Teal Living

Design Insider had the great opportunity to sit down with product designer Ben Grafton to interview him about one of his latest projects with Teal Living, ROKU. “When design performs its function but goes unnoticed that’s good design” Can you tell us a little bit about yourself and how you got into Design? I have… Read More >

2 May 2017

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