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 >
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 >
Global manufacturer, Milliken, receives prestigious Ethisphere Institute honour for 13th consecutive year. Milliken is one of 128 honorees recognised in 2019, representing 21 countries and 50 industries. Aligning values-based business practices with an ever-present culture of integrity fuels continued success for Milliken & Company, a global manufacturer with expertise in specialty chemicals, floor covering, and… Read More >
Design Insider have taken the time to review events and talks that we have attended in 2018. After consulting with the experts, we would like to explore with you trends that we expect to see throughout the year: Bauhaus, Yellow, Metallics, Environmentally Considerate Resources and Pods! Below we will explain our reasoning for each growing trend for 2019…… Read More >
As we spend June increasing awareness in the environmental impact of plastic and share recent innovations in plastic recycling the announcement of ege’s environmental achievements are perfectly timed! Whilst the warmest spring in centuries in Denmark witnesses climate changes a few selected companies have just received environmental awards from the EU for their work in securing a more… Read More >
Last week the world’s press reported on COP21, 2015 Paris Climate Conference, where governments representing 195 countries pledged to limit global warming to 1.5C above pre-industrial levels.