Posts Tagged: Designer Q&A

Jim Biddulph & Sally Angharad in Conversation

The colours and materials we use to bring projects and products to life are increasingly seen as integral components of ‘good design’. With this increase in awareness comes a greater expectation from clients, coupled with even more choice from the industry than ever before. As such, making informed choices about colour and material finishes can… Read More >

25 April 2019

The London Collection with Decca

Decca Home proudly introduces The London Collection designed by Robbie Llewellyn of Bert Frank, a British, award-winning, luxury lighting brand. The collaboration between Bert Frank and Decca began with five furniture pieces designed and produced for a Bert Frank presentation at Maison et Objet 2016. Encouraged by the enthusiastic response in Paris and experiencing Decca’s manufacturing… Read More >

14 September 2018

Q&A with Paul Williams at Evans Textiles

Evans Textiles, a member of BCFA, recently spoke with us in regards to their new cellular blinds in the Nuance collection. We were interested in how the blinds were child safe, as well as the other features it boasted. We were kindly allowed a short Q&A with Paul Williams, Track & Blind Systems Divisional Director at… Read More >

4 September 2018

Designer Q&A: Michael Freedman from Innovations Inc. [MATERIAL: CORK]

This months material theme is Cork and Innovations Wallcoverings, Inc. was a company discovered at 2017’s BDNY that uses this material. They were the first design studio to explore and create cork wallcoverings that were suitable for commercial interiors in 1999.  At BDNY we saw their first ever cork wallcoverings that have been digitally printed. We sat down… Read More >

1 August 2018

Designer Q&A with Clare Jenkinson, Ulster Carpets

This month our Material Focus is paint. With that in mind, we wanted to talk to Clare Jenkinson, Residential Designer at Ulster Carpets about their new collection, Watercolours. Watercolour painting is known for its delicacy and subtlety because it uses thin washes and transparency.  No matter how quick or slow you work, watercolour does not stay still or remain… Read More >

10 July 2018

Designer Q&A: Amanda Ramsey, Director at Interiors and Floor Design

The latest addition to the Hastings Hotels collection is the Grand Central Hotel in Belfast. Interiors and Floor Design, a firm based in Carryduff, N. Ireland were involved with transforming this 5-star hotels interior scheme. We heard from Amanda Ramsey, the Director, to find out about how she helped transform the building into a new 300 room,… Read More >

20 June 2018