Ark unveils its first experiential co-living space
At Wembley Ark in North London, Holloway Li designs for a new type of community.
CDUK has launched a new Washpod to their Primo range, which can be added to public spaces where additional or pop-up hand wash stations are required.
Collaboration furniture specialist Logovisual have expanded their range of ThinkingWall® mobile walls, meeting growing demand on modern office spaces to adapt to fit different workers and tasks.
Designed during the pandemic, the scheme evolved to reflect a shift from traditional desk-based work to more flexible and collaborative ways of working.
The new woven vinyl flooring collections boast the ingenuity and artisanship of Belgian design.
There are a lot of design choices to consider when at the early stages of a bathroom project. Schlüter-Systems have made coordinating accessories much simpler thanks to their range of profiles and shelves which are available with Schlüter-TRENDLINE finishes.
Is now the time for coworking to re-emerge, superhero–like, and obliterate that commute, destroy those traditional working patterns, and completely annihilate the property market as we know it?
Hospitality experts Goddard Littlefair have taken on the interiors for Mondrian’s much-anticipated Shoreditch outpost, researching the history and social fabric of the area to give guests a flavour of vibrant east London.
Following on from its 2020 launch, global fabric manufacturer Camira has introduced 21 new colours to the palette of Sumi, an impeccably simple worsted wool fabric originally released in an exclusively neutral selection of 6 shades, designed to work in harmony with sister range Kyoto.
With 2020 cancelled, it was a double celebration when we recently gathered both 2020 and 2021’s rising stars, together with their colleagues and mentors, at Senator/Allermuir’s spectacular new Clerkenwell showspace.
We’ve gathered a panel of industry experts at Ultrafabrics’ fantastic Clerkenwell showroom to discuss the importance of textures and colour when it comes to designing spaces with sensory wellbeing in mind.
At London Design Festival Arper presents Mixu, designed in partnership with Gensler and on display for the first time at the London showroom. This sustainable and versatile collection of chairs and stools can be completely customised to suit the needs of any context or environment.