Posts Tagged: Projects

KI offices: Creativity, Community and Collaboration

Creativity, community and collaboration are at the heart of George P Johnson’s transformative new Central London offices, which KI helped refurbish. Design Insider explores. Relocating to London’s Waterloo neighbourhood has heralded a new direction for global experiential marketing agency George P Johnson (GPJ) and its stablemates at Project Worldwide. Proximity to clients and better access… Read More >

4 March 2019

Furniture Fusion stacks praise: Nene Chair

Furniture Fusion’s Nene Chair settles easily into any environment, but a couple of notable recent projects for the UK’s leading contract furniture supplier have shown that it’s a perfect choice for a creative space.  Two very different settings chose the Nene Chair as part of projects recently completed by Furniture Fusion – the South London… Read More >

25 February 2019

ThirdWay Interiors create flagship office for Fever-Tree

Fever-Tree, one of the UK’s fastest growing major companies, appointed ThirdWay Interiors to design their headquarters in Hammersmith which spans 7000 sq ft and reflects Fever-Tree’s creativity and commitment to quality. The space boasts industrial features, including a suspended light system with large, dark pendant lights. “Fever-Tree’s pioneering approach to the drink’s market gave us… Read More >

24 January 2019

Revitalisation of Japan House London with KI

KI have revitalised Japan House London with their exquisite chairs, providing a perfect addition to the multifunctional space and library. Japan House London looks to showcase the best of what Japan has to offer beyond stereotypes. Inside, visitors can find a restaurant, auditorium, library, retail space, temporary exhibition gallery and events facilities.  Design Insider gets a special… Read More >

15 October 2018

Schielandshuis: House of the people

Ege, a BCFA member, were asked by Mars Interieurarchitecten to supply the carpets for Schielandshuis – a unique historical building containing both office spaces and informal areas. Architect Marvel van der Veer answers some questions in regards to how the past and the future unite in this prestigious project, as well as why Ege was selected…. Read More >

13 September 2018

New Look, New Feel, New Hotel

BCFA member Roca will be presenting their London gallery autumn exhibition in one week (17th September) named “The Data and Life of Great Future Cities”, which coincides with London Design Festival. Design Insider took this chance to explore the projects Roca have been involved in, leading up to their exciting event. Roca have created a… Read More >

10 September 2018

University of Copenhagen: Acoustics matter

The University of Copenhagen’s in-house designer embraced the opportunity to bring in acoustic properties for the renovation of the Library.  It’s a well-known fact that well-being and productiveness are paramount when designing a space that is meant for work, learning and reading. So when in-house designer, Peter Schjøtt Andersen wanted to soften the noise levels in… Read More >

28 March 2018

Fairmont Royal Pavilion, Barbados | The Ritz-Carlton, Astana

We take a look at 2 of the latest projects from Richmond International, the design company behind a number of internationally renowned hotels across the globe… Richmond International are a London based firm and are hospitality specialists. They have recently unveiled two new exciting projects… Fairmont Royal Pavilion, Barbados Richmond has recently worked on the renovation… Read More >

14 March 2018

Benchairs 800 by Taylor’s Classics

Taylor’s Classics re-introduced the ever popular Benchairs furniture collection to the hospitality market in 2015 as part of its philosophy to offer great examples of furniture design from the golden eras of British furniture manufacture. The Benchairs collection typified the 1950’s and 1960’s desire for simple yet practical furniture, in this case manufactured specifically for… Read More >

15 February 2018