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Coffee shops around the world have been criticised for all looking the same. Dark hues, exposed bricks, upcycled wood, Edison lightbulbs, cacti and copper accents. What was once seen as a contemporary homage to the rise of Starbucks and Silicon Valley, is now considered a mere symbol of conformity to millennial capitalism.

04 January 2019

A quest for perfection

Joe Molloy, Founding Director of Tradelinens, grew up in Belfast; a city made famous very many years ago as being home to the finest linen manufacturers in the world and it was here he learnt everything he knows about cloth production. During his time as a trainee, he was taught that in the quest for perfection no aspect was to be overlooked, no detail too small. Places change and times change but 34 years on, the same principles he was taught in Northern Ireland apply today at Tradelinens.

04 January 2019

Playful prints

Creator of made-to-measure wall murals, Wallsauce is pleased to announce its luxurious geode-style murals created by artists, Lara Skinner and GCC Artworks.

Root Bench is the reinterpretation of a winning proposal in Hangang Art Competition.

04 January 2019

A unique collaboration

This year at Design Miami/, Friedman Benda unveiled KAWSxCampana, a collaboration between American Artist KAWS and Brazilian Designers Fernando and Humberto Campana, leading creative forces in contemporary art and design.

28 November 2018

Clever curtain designs

Rennes and Chainettes, two curtains designed for Kvadrat, are the first realisations out of the 17 Screens collection of partitions that were exhibited in the Tel Aviv Museum of Art in 2015.

A double-sided stove or fire offers a creative way of interconnecting two rooms, while heating two spaces at once. Here are the benefits of installing a double-sided stove or fire into a home.

28 November 2018

Industrial inspiration

Ideas Lab explores the hidden business value of this era through a multifunctional space with the help of X+Living.

From Works was approached to design a bespoke kitchen within a new extension for a family home in Sheffield where a rock was the inspiration.

The project is the first China branch of the age-old Jazz brand from New York City, the Blue Note Jazz Club. The site is the former American consulate to the Qing dynasty, a landmark project in itself and just a 30-minute walk from the Forbidden Palace in Beijing.

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