‘The Human Touch: Making Art, Leaving Traces’ is a new exhibition at The Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, with all exhibition and graphic design by leading cultural sector specialists Nissen Richards Studio, working closely with the museum’s curators. The exhibition, which examines how the language of touch shapes and has shaped our existence, will run until August… Read More >
Larson-Juhl UK, Britain’s leading supplier of picture frames, has recently launched a brand-new range of mouldings called Chaise Longue. [Find Larson-Juhl on the BCFA Product Finder] Chaise Longue is an elegant and stylish collection inspired by nature and luxury décor. The frames have an organic and ergonomic shape and come in two profiles with a… Read More >
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 >
Nocturnal Animals is the latest project from interior design and branding specialists Faber, who worked with BCFA member Elegant Clutter. Described as a ‘provocative combination of neon-infused 80s-inspired glamour’ the venue is gaining a following for it’s tongue-in-cheek branding with a delicious but accessible fine dining menu conceived by acclaimed chef Alex Claridge (of The Wilderness fame). “Claridge… Read More >
BCFA Member Elegant Clutter fuses craft, design and technology to offer one of the broadest and most integrated artwork service in hospitality. A creative led approach is backed up by the ability to manufacture and install all artwork and mirror content, from high volume guest room projects to bespoke public area sculptures and original art…. Read More >
During 100% Design we managed to catch up with designer Michael Angove to chat about his latest collaboration with Andrew Muirhead & Son Leather and Morgan Furniture.
Hopefully you have already noticed that this month we are celebrating London. Morgan opened their London showroom in May 2014, just in time for Clerkenwell Design Week, we recently met with Managing Director Rodney McMahon to ask more about Morgan’s unique use of their London space. What was your concept behind how you use the space in… Read More >
Design Insider expanded its cultural insight by attending this years Art Basel event in Basel, Switzerland while visiting Swiss bathroom experts Laufen. Art Basel has often been refereed to as the Olympics of the Art World, being the premier show for Modern and contemporary works. In it’s 48th year running Art Basel reported it strongest year yet,… Read More >
British artist, Mark McClure who uses wood and other materials to create geometric mosaic works, murals and installations will be creating a unique piece of art for the Morgan Showroom Clerkenwell. To celebrate this the Morgan team will be hosting a private view on Tuesday 25th April to which Design Insider readers are invited to. To… Read More >
Acrylicize the award-winning art collective and consultancy has created a unique sculpture in the design of a spinning top at the iconic Ark building in Hammersmith.
At Clerkenwell Design Week we caught up with Jade Surtees of Bisley Furniture and James Burke of Acrylicize to discuss their collaboration of a fountain in St. Johns Square made out of Bisley filing cabinets. So guys, can tell us a little bit about what Bisley have been up during Clerkenwell? (JS) This is our first… Read More >
International Artists & Architectures Raise Funds for ENABLE and GSoA David Mach, the Turner prize nominated Scottish Sculptor, is the latest in a long line of international artists and architects to sign up for Glasgow art show, “#AmeetsA”. The event, created by Double S Events, whose aim is to raise funds for ENABLE Scotland and… Read More >
SOUTH WEST ACUTE HOSPITAL ENNISKILLEN The South West Acute Hospital opened its doors to patients at 8am on 21 June 2012. Patients were transferred from the Erne Hospital as it closed its doors to all future admissions. The new £276 million hospital project started in 2006 and took six years to complete from planning to building… Read More >
Throwing the spotlight on London’s regeneration Roca London Gallery will host a photographic exhibition during the London Festival of Architecture, exploring some of the Capital’s key regeneration projects and their impact on the city’s inhabitants. Entitled Regenerating Capital: Healthy growth, healthy city?, the exhibition will explore the impact regeneration has on green spaces, small businesses,… Read More >
This is a piece of artwork we recently stumbled upon and thought we defiantly have to share this, art within the workplace is becoming hot topic at the moment, offices and other workplaces are changing and artwork is becoming more and more common, more than just to brighten up the place – art can inspire.