Nina+Co designs zero waste restaurant Silo
Zero-waste pioneer and award-winning chef, Douglas McMaster, has packed up his bags and moved his restaurant from the bustling Laines of Brighton to a new Hackney Wick home.
In this issue, we look at the future of coworking: adapt to survive or a eureka moment for the sector? Elsewhere, this month's roundtable focuses on cruelty-free design, and we look around projects from Scott Brownrigg, Peldon Rose, FaulknerBrowns and Jolie Studio. Each one of our covers is unique – including our logo. We hand over the reins to a different designer each month, making our print magazines a work of art in themselves.Sign in to view the digital magazine
Buckley Gray Yeoman’s cover for this month’s issue plays on shadows and colours beside Arper’s new Adell chair. The cover was designed by the studio’s specialist ID team – led by Timothy Shepherd and Jane Maciver – whose international work includes a series of new hotels in Belgium, completing later this year.
Smooth like a pebble, soft as mounded moss. With low rounded curves, Adell by Lievore + Altherr Désile Park for Arper is a lounge armchair evoking a precious keepsake from the natural world – whether in use indoors or out. With a shell made from 80% recycled polypropylene, the calming form has been designed with sustainability at its foundation, putting both body and mind at ease.View the cover archive
Coworking operators and developers ponder the future – and it might not be as bad as you think. David Thame reports.
Taking its name from carpet’s core material and its inspiration from two of the world’s iconic cities, the collection encourages a new perspective on urban exploration.
We speak to The Instant Group's John Williams on how they are adapting their offer, what the short- and long-term futures will hold and whether this marks the second rise of coworking.
This month’s Roundtable looks at human-friendly, planet-friendly and animal-friendly design and its connotations – from products and production methods, to the wider context of creating a brand and design differential in an increasingly segmented market. Will the ethics ever outweigh the economics?
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