Ingleton Wood's new London home
The multi-disciplinary property and construction consultancy have relocated, creating a showcase office that provides a flexible and collaborative workspace for staff.
sixteen3 has developed a new range of modular seating that has been created using 83% recycled materials, making it the most sustainable commercial soft seating product in the UK.
Reece, which is available in a variety of configurations, from a single armchair up to a three-seat sofa, features recycled panels made using waste plastics to replace the traditional, less sustainable options, such as hardwood or plywood. In addition, Reece is designed to be easily disassembled at the end of its life, to achieve 100% recyclability.
Paul Chamberlain, Managing Director at sixteen3, said: ‘As a business we have a real focus on innovative design and, over the past few years, we have also spent a lot of time looking at our impact on the environment as a manufacturer and how we can innovate to be kinder to the planet. We are investing significant time and money in finding the right partners to supply us with sustainable materials, including the recycled plastic panels and bamboo available for specification on Reece. This product launch is the first step towards a more environmentally friendly future and it is our hope that, eventually, we will be able to give customers the option of recycled finishes and substrates on our full product range.’
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At Stockholm Furniture and Lighting Fair 2020, Mix Interiors sat down with award-winning designers and long-time Herman Miller collaborators, Kim Colin and Sam Hecht, to discuss their latest projects with the American giant.
A pioneering piece for the British brand, the structure acts as a vessel for other products both old and new and is completely configurable. Users are able to design their own combination of panel finishes from felt, metal or fabric.
An intelligent and modular wall system crafted from massive and untamed wood, easy to build up and highly functional.