Explore the latest projects from the UK’s commercial interiors industry, featuring the best of workspace, hospitality, living and public sectors.

Chateau Denmark hotel plays homage to rock ‘n roll heritage

Developed by CAW Ventures and designed by Taylor Howes, the new hotel on Denmark Street is one of the most hotly anticipated hospitality openings this year.

28/06/2022 4 min read

Interviews, opinions and profiles from industry experts

Neil Usher: the ‘homeification’ of the workplace

Paradoxically speaking on the traditional workplace experience.

23/06/2022 2 min read

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

Flexibility and performance with MOV:E power supply from BACHMANN

BACHMANN MOV:E is an unusual yet clever mobile power supply, featuring every standard connection and offers sufficient power for all common electronic devices used in everyday office life.

16/06/2022 2 min read

Companies

View all companies

Discover the latest news and company profiles from the companies shaping the UK commercial interiors industry.

Company Profiles

View the latest company profiles from the commercial interiors industry

View all

Mary Katrantzou partners with Villeroy & Boch for bold new tile collection

Inspired by the Victorian era, the collection is V&B’s first designer collaboration in over two decades.

07/02/2022 1 min read

Celebrated fashion designer Mary Katrantzou has partnered with Villeroy & Boch on VICTORIAN – an eight décor set tile collection. Inspired by the art of lepidopterists (those who study butterflies and moths), as well as the geometry of period ceramics, the collection marks Katrantzou’s first foray into tile design.

Nodding to the creative archives of both Katrantzou and Villeroy & Boch, butterfly and stamp motifs feature prominently. Speaking of the latter, Katrantzou says: “they exude the allure of faraway lands and make you dream about what each piece of paper represents, where it might have been and who has touched it on its journey round the world.”

Four coloured butterflies on either white or black backgrounds have been created using a combination of digital print and traditional screen-printing, with a 3D effect used to provide a subtly handcrafted appearance. Seen either straight-on or at a 45-degree angle, each butterfly tile is enhanced with either gold, black or perforated borders.

“Collaborating with Mary Katrantzou is a natural evolution, taking the brand in a new direction,” says Villeroy & Boch’s Managing Director, Dr Jörg Schwall.

Related Articles

Inspiration for your next read

Back to top