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Plus X and U+I complete first innovation hub in Brighton

Designed by Studio Egret West, Plus X and U+I have launched Plus X Brighton, the first of a national network of purpose-built innovation hubs designed to support the next generation of businesses building Britain’s new economy.

11/08/2020 3 min read

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'The New Normal' - or history repeating?

After three months of being locked down, Steve Gale asks, 'how much more home working do we want?'

10/08/2020 3 min read

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Housebuilding in a hurry: is this modular construction’s big moment?

Build-to-rent developers and the public sector are providing powerful new clients for modular construction. It could be a game-changer, says David Thame.

29/07/2020 5 min read

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Designer Spotlight: Thomas Eurlings, Forbo Flooring

Mix meets Forbo Flooring's Senior Designer Thomas Eurlings, to discuss finding inspiration, new projects and all things flooring.

05/08/2020 4 min read

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Natural and tactile surfaces from Organoid

Organoid surfaces bring the outside in, creating feature walls and spaces with tactile and scented flooring and wallpaper.

07/07/2020 1 min read

Natural materials are mixed with an ecological binding agent and then pressed together during a careful pressing process into a thin layer. A gentle manufacturing process means the natural features like scent, color and touch are preserved.

ORGANOID surfaces are practically emissions-free and allergy tested. They are free from ecological or other health concerns in addition to being climate friendly and manufactured in a CO2-neutral process in Tyrol, Austria. The materials are sourced locally – from alpine hay, lavender and cornflowers to coffee powder and wool from the local Tyrolean mountain sheep!

Small petals and single leaves are applied manually, and in order to meet high standards of water, scratch, light and abrasion resistance, the surfaces can be sealed with conventional oils and varnishes. The surfaces can be used in a variety of interior design settings – including furniture.

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