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Bill Amberg Studio creates dramatic installation at 22 Bishopsgate

Sculptural leather panels make a serious first impression at London’s tallest tower.

10/08/2022 2 min read

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Post-pandemic spaces: control or release?

As humans, we need both a sense of control and the joy of release. Spaces must acknowledge this tension, and either resolve it, or pick a side.

28/07/2022 2 min read

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Reva Cocoon: new outdoor seating designed by Patrick Jouin for Pedrali

Featuring soft lines and generous sizes, Reva Cocoon creates a system of flexible outdoor furniture that offers ultimate freedom of use.

09/08/2022 1 min read


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houseof release spring lighting collection

The new collection stays true to the houseof style, with bold, graphic shapes and punchy colours and textures.

18/02/2022 1 min read

The new collection heralds two main themes for spring – biophilia and the 1970s. A resurgence in the popularity of 1970s design this year is introduced through a mix of strong shapes and materials, inspired by the low level lighting, statement ceiling lights and curved forms.

A favourite design, the Sputnik ceiling light, is recoloured to create a centrepiece, and mushroom shapes and thick curves create an eclectic feel. Key colours for this trend include smoked glass and highly polished glass.

In line with the trends for biophilic design and bringing the outside in, the new season’s colours echo nature. Pine is a rich green, promoting calm and harmony. Sand is a subtle tone mixing the warmth of cream and depth of grey. The colour will subtly change in different daylight, blending the lighting into its surroundings for a neutral, monochromatic effect.


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