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Hospitality group edyn reveals leafy new London workplace

Designed in-house by edyn in collaboration with London-based design studios Maison August and Atelier Ochre, the space reflects edyn’s desire to “create spaces that nourish and enliven the soul.”

18/05/2022 2 min read

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My Element: Nir Gilad, Nous Design

Part of our recurring series, Gilad speaks about his favourite part of any design and why his choice represents freedom and balance.

06/05/2022 2 min read

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Unilin Panels introduces multi-purpose Decorative Compact MDF

Strong and easily processed, this budget-friendly new product is scratch- and wear-resistant, and its panels come in a handy large size.

19/05/2022 1 min read

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Ultrafabrics expands its innovative Volar Bio range with six new colours

Ultrafabrics, the world’s leading animal-free fabric manufacturer, introduces a bold new range of colours in its Volar Bio range.

22/02/2021 1 min read

The six new colours are inspired by the earth’s surface, and complex shades that reference organic dye sources:  Indigotin, Matcha, Spinach, Porcini, Pitch Black and Café Noir.

Popular with brands such as Herman Miller, Jaguar Land Rover, Airstream, Gulfstream and United Airlines, Ultrafabrics continues to show its commitment to building a more sustainable future – incorporating renewable plant-based materials into the multiple layers of unique product construction. A first of its kind, the collection includes corn by-product and wood pulp materials to create a 29% biobased leather alternative that is suitable for upholstery, vertical surfaces and fashion.

Crafted in Japan, the natural-feeling surface means it can be used to upholster anything from residential furniture to commercial-bases surfaces in offices, hospitality, retail or healthcare. Ultrafabrics products can withstand serious, frequent cleaning to C.D.C standards and are sought- after solutions where post-Covid hygiene is a priority. This fabric can also withstand bleach without losing its colour or altering its appearance. The fabrics are also suitable for use for vegan interiors.

Ultrafabrics aims to pioneer innovative materials that conserve resources and protect the wellbeing of people, animals and the planet, and Volar Bio marks the beginning of the company’s dedicated journey towards a sustainable future. By 2025, the Ultrafabrics goal is to include bio-based ingredients and/or recycled content in 50% of new product introductions. By 2030, that goal will increase to 100%, with existing collections evaluated along the way. The brand is addressing sustainability from all aspects including product quality, material innovation and transparency.

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