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WPP invest in the future of campus workspaces

WPP is bringing landmark buildings back to life – and, in doing so, revolutionising the workplace.

25/02/2020 5 min read

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The Dealer Report 2020

Back in the days when Mix Interiors was in its infancy, the furniture dealer was viewed with suspicion by many, seen as somewhat irrelevant by others and even as the evil exponent of the dark arts by some. Today, the dealer is king in the UK furniture market. We've handpicked some of the leaders to tell us more about the current market and what the future has in store.

26/02/2020 14 min read

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Net carbon zero offices: how to turn brown into green

Net zero carbon office design will change the way workplaces get made, and how they work. David Thame talks to sustainability guru, Joanne Holden, about how to turn brown into green.

26/02/2020 5 min read

Discover the latest and most innovative products curated by Mix Interiors.

Material Matters: Marble

For this edition of Material Matters, the team of experts at Material Lab focuses on marble.

26/02/2020 2 min read

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Atticus Durnell introduce material made entirely of coffee grounds

Inspired by the ideology of sustainability and the amount of coffee related waste, That’s Caffeine is a material made directly from coffee grounds.

01/05/2019 1 min read

A product of award-winning industrial designer, Atticus Durnell, That’s Caffeine hopes to change people’s perceptions of waste. That’s Caffeine is a sustainable, biodegradable material based on used coffee grounds, which looks very similar to marble or granite. With the potential to replace many concrete and aggregate based materials, That’s Caffeine can be used for worksurfaces along with internal and external cladding. In addition, the material can also be formed into furniture, lighting and fittings.

www.atticusdurnell.com

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