Posts Tagged: Tektura

74 create Hox Haus

Manchester-based architecture and interior design practice 74 has completed a major project to extend and remodel a Grade II-listed, two-storey, Victorian brick building in a semi-rural location in Englefield Green, just outside Egham. The repurposed 453 sq m building – Hox Haus – will serve as the central focus, clubhouse and social amenity for Hox… Read More >

22 November 2018

Brass Founders, Student Accommodation in Sheffield

Kingston Shaw Interior Design were delighted to complete the design of the communal spaces of a new-build student project in Sheffield.  Brass Founders offers students a luxury space that is meant to feel like a home from home. The communal spaces include a games room, gym, communal eating area, social hub, work spaces and a… Read More >

29 March 2018

Regulations: Wallcoverings

In the first of our series looking at the regulations and requirements across each discipline, we look at what a designer needs to know when specifying wallcoverings, with the assistance of Tektura.FIRE Class 0 and 1 to BS476 / Euroclass B or C  to EN 13501-1 This is a mandatory requirement for corridors, stairwells, dining… Read More >

22 February 2018

Tektura’s NEW designs for January 2018

From bold geometric patterns inspired by brutalist architecture and sharp edges in fashion to surreal dreamscapes inspired by organic shapes and natural forms… Tektura are pulling out all the stops this year with a launch of 12 new designs taking inspiration from the spikiest of edges to the most delicate sunset. We take a look… Read More >

26 January 2018

Q&A with Dan Savage, Tektura

Design Insider were lucky enough to get to speak to Dan Savage, artist, graphic designer, sculptor and illustrator who has recently created a collection of bespoke wallcoverings for Tektura. Dan specialises in healthcare environments and the public sectors and works with a wide range of materials. He creates permanent artworks that are integrated within architectural… Read More >

2 March 2017

Tektura – Word on the Street

Tektura’s trend researchers are on the case again… they’ve collected the best from Clerkenwell Design Week, May Design Series, New Designers and ICFF New York and put together this season’s round-up of trends to watch out for. Masculine/Utility – This look focuses on fine materials, craftsmanship and function. Hardwearing, natural materials like stone, leather, raw wood and… Read More >

21 July 2015