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United House, Notting Hill: the latest offering from The Office Group

TOG’s Head of Design Nasim Köerting tells Mix about the 40th space from the flexible workspace providers.

08/07/2020 5 min read

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Post COVID-19 design: Time for a quick change

After a long few months, businesses in the commercial sector in England are slowly beginning to reopen their doors. Forbo Flooring Systems' James Morton discusses the importance of flooring to organise and invigorate a space.

07/07/2020 3 min read

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Tech plus workspace equals what?

Excitement about new tech workspace solutions needs to be kept under control, say Nick Taylor and Keir Dixon, Directors in Savills’ building and project consultancy team.

27/04/2020 3 min read

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

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

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University of Maryland and University of Colorado use nanotechnology to create new material

In the creation of the material, researchers used nanotechnology to remove lignin – the part of the wood that makes the material brown and strong.

30/09/2019 1 min read

In doing so, researchers created a very pale wood made of cellulose nanofibres. To give the material back its strength and rigidity, it is then compressed and a super hydrophobic compound is added. The result is a bright white building material that could be used for roofs to direct heat away from inside the building.

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