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Looking for texture, colour, ambience, finish and performance? With over 260 brands and more than 50 new suppliers exhibiting this year, visitors will find all these and more at this year’s Flooring Show which takes place from 16 to 18th September in Harrogate.

designjunction, now in its eighth year, returns this September from 20th to 23rd as part of the annual London Design Festival.

Brazilian Street Artist Eduardo Kobra has created a mixed media mural measuring 12m high by 20m wide in Carrara, Italy.

The innovative technology of BeArty Digital makes art affordable for all, allowing consumers to change their wall decor at any moment.

That’s how Designer Philip Watts would sum up his creation.

In major cities around the world, living space is becoming increasingly scarce and the price per square metre is continually rising. People want to enjoy the advantages of the city, without compromising personal comfort.

Ptolemy Mann is an established Textile Artist and Designer who has been working from her studio for over 20 years since graduating from the Royal College of Art. In 2014, she began collaborating and working in partnership with rug manufacturer, Rugmaker, to create a collection of unique rugs inspired by her signature use of colour and ikat.

Offices are no longer about nine-to-five – they are about developing employees through training and retaining skilled workers – and it’s the same with learning establishments. They are no longer just about teaching, learning and researching; they are about living and working too. Over the past few decades, we have not only developed the technologies that allow us to learn in new ways, we have developed a far better understanding of the learning processes and the environments that are required to support different learning goals. Here Andy Tatton, Sales Director at Boss Design, discusses what’s important in educational design.

Tim Armitt, Managing Director at Lyndon by Boss Design, talks to Inex about the changing role of the reception and the importance of quality seating and furniture.

James Tapscott, the Melbourne-based Land & Light Artist, took part in Hobart’s Winter MOFO festival this June, along with over 100 artists.

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