Experts & Trends

Book Review: Best Buildings-Britain

Design Insider are thrilled to launch a brand new series, matching industry leaders with newly published design focused books in order for each publication to be rigorously reviewed.    For the first in our series we invited Angus Eitel at fiftypointeight Architecture + Interiors to review Best Buildings – Britain, an illustrated paperback by Matthew… Read More >

3 April 2020

Edmund Bell’s Cuban Fiesta

Edmund Bell is a supplier of high-quality decorative blackout, dimout, sheer, woven, print and upholstery fabrics to the hospitality, cruise, healthcare, education and workplace markets. Edmund Bell offer one of the widest selections of high-end curtain lining solutions, workroom accessories & roman blind systems.  Typically, Cuban style is all about that zest for life and… Read More >

2 April 2020

Building with Nature

These unprecedented and troubling times of isolation and inactivity force us to seek out distractions and to look for signs of a positive future and with it, to reimagine how we might affect changes in the process of shaping that future. The way in which we design and construct our built environments is perhaps towards… Read More >

1 April 2020

Q&A: Newmor’s Moray Forrest

We recently sat down to chat with BCFA member Newmor’s International Sales Director, Morey Forest about new collections, international trends and sustainability. Please could you tell us about yourself? My name is Moray Forrest, I live on the south coast of England with my wife Paula and son William. I read Law at university and… Read More >

6 March 2020

Malone Fabrics Go Green with skai®

Situated on the Southern edge of Belfast, Malone is an exclusive distributor of skai synthetic leather for the UK and Ireland. The extensive range of synthetic leathers can be used for the Hospitality, Healthcare, Marine and Contract sector whilst conforming to the highest flame retardancy standards including Crib 5 and IMO. [Find Malone Fabrics on… Read More >

25 January 2020

Bio Building at Dutch Design Week

It is fair to say that this year has been a tumultuous one, full of political unrest, distrust, disparity and protest. The messages surrounding climate change pushed most vigorously by a youth movement that is all too aware of the implications of its pending impact, are finally being pushed to the fore of news stories… Read More >

19 December 2019