Industry News

The greatest wealth is health

Tim Armitt, Managing Director at Lyndon, explains why it’s more important than ever for designers to create environments that are conducive to good health and wellbeing. Health and wellbeing are hot topics across all walks of life. From the food we eat to daily mindfulness, meditation and yoga practices, it seems like everyone is hitched… Read More >

20 May 2019

Hansgrohe welcomes Sustainability

All Hansgrohe products equipped with EcoSmart technology consume up to 60% less water than conventional products. This means you use less water and need less energy to heat the water – good news for the planet, and your wallet.  How does it work? By cleverly adding air and helped by the use of a special… Read More >

17 May 2019

BBC Television Centre – An Enduring Cultural Icon

First opened in June 1960, BBC Television Centre is a British cultural icon and a landmark piece of modern architecture. Built on the site of the 1908 Olympics and the Franco-British Exhibition, BBC Television Centre was designed to be a factory for television and a powerhouse of creative broadcasting. Covering 14 acres and twice the… Read More >

25 April 2019

Sustainable frames from Larson-Juhl

Larson-Juhl’s range of sustainable mouldings was recently expanded with the arrival of Geneva, which joins a number of other very popular collection of wooden frames that have environmental credentials. The natural worn-wood simplicity of Larson Juhl’s rustic-inspired Lancaster collection, offers a way to achieve real understated style. Named after the typical woodland landscape of Lancaster County… Read More >

25 April 2019

Studio Glithero exhibits at Nez-a-Nez

London design studio Glithero have designed the scenography and products for an exhibition about perfumery. The exhibition Nez-à-Nez Contemporary perfumers at the Musée de design et d’arts appliqués contemporains (Mudac) in Lausanne consists of 6 bespoke installations that have been designed over 6 rooms. Each room presents a tendency from the contemporary world of perfume… Read More >

19 April 2019

Rio 2: Sustainable Production

Morgan, contract furniture designer and manufacturer, has combined skills and expertise with architect Mehran Gharleghi of studio INTEGRATE to launch Rio 2, a new collection of tables for the contract market that include 3D printed components. Here we introduce this collection and the sustainable nature of it’s design. The first of its kind within the… Read More >

16 April 2019

Morgan: Art Installation by David Shillinglaw

This week, Morgan, contract furniture designer and manufacturer, welcomed artists, interior designers, visionaries and other creative minds to a special viewing of a new art installation by David Shillinglaw at their Clerkenwell showroom. Attended by more than one hundred guests, the evening’s high energy was fitting for the exuberant composition. Celebrating the spirit of collaboration… Read More >

11 April 2019

Carpet Tiles Regulation

What does a designer needs to know when specifying Carpet Tiles? Samantha Dawe, Marketing Manager EMEA for Shaw Contract, a world-leading designer and manufacturer of flooring solutions, explains.  1. What should a designer know about the difference between domestic and contract specifications?  The differences that need to be considered in terms of domestic and contract specifications… Read More >

4 April 2019

Laufen redesigns the modern working world

The modern working world is changing; the borderline between offices and public areas is becoming increasingly blurred. In view of this, what are the required standards for sanitary facilities at work? The example of the new building to house the corporate headquarters of Scott Sports in Switzerland shows how an office building can become a… Read More >

3 April 2019