Leading tile supplier Solus Ceramics has launched a new and unique showroom in Clerkenwell offering architects and designers a collaborative informal space to look for tile inspiration and develop design schemes.
RB12 is a new design space and concept store in Shoreditch, London, which aims to reinvigorate the London design scene with inspirational design, excellent quality, personal service and stimulating sensory experiences. RB12 provides a home for exquisite global design brands, many of which exclusively stocked at RB12, or are entirely new to the UK.
Twelve designs representing both the domestic and contract furniture market have been awarded the prestigious Design Guild Mark in 2018.
The world leader in the production and distribution of innovative surfaces for architecture and design, the Cosentino Group, is adding two exotic new Brazilian quartzites to its Sensa by Cosentino® Protected Natural Stone range. Launched at KBB Birmingham (4-7 March 2018), the two new colours, Taj Mahal and White Macaubas, join the Sensa by Cosentino® Premium range and feature the exclusive Senguard NK stain protection. The collection now offers customers both protected granite and quartzite surfaces, offering a wider choice and a selection of striking designs.
On Tuesday 20th March 2018, The British Institute of Interior Design (BIID) held a successful CPD Providers Showcase at The Chesterfield Hotel Mayfair, London. Designed to provide delegates with an invaluable learning experience and networking opportunity, 62 BIID members attended to benefit from the BIID-accredited CPD seminars on offer (84 guests in total).
The total value of exports of UK manufactured furniture has increased by nearly 20% according to the latest overseas trade review by British Furniture Manufacturers (BFM).
Austrian design studio Penda is working on a design for a small house in the countryside of Germany that connects living and working in a harmonious way. As the plot is so small, Penda is transforming the roof of the building into an ascending garden to secure a path to food-independency for the owners.
The wonderful spa in Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina – designed by Simone Micheli and engineered by Aquaspecial – is shaped as a surreal and fascinating place, able to receive and project humans into another world, suspended among space and time and out of traditional visions of reality.