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01 February 2018

A change of direction

After completing her science degree and having a career in the food industry for a while, Sally Homan decided to have a complete career change and retrain as an interior designer. She studied at the KLC School of Design and worked in the design industry in London before setting up her business, Robertson Lindsay interiors, in Edinburgh.

01 February 2018

A treetop retreat

As its customers often define it, ORIGIN is an exceptional cabin, a unique and tailor-made project hidden among the tree tops.

Kingston Shaw Interior Design was delighted to have completed the design of the communal spaces for its clients Crosslane Group and Prime Student Living with the help of wallcovering expert Tektura. The new student accommodation is situated in Sheffield and is the latest luxury student living project by the companies.

The design for 71 Above is influenced by the radial plan of the building it sits in. This is a continuous space allowing every seat in both the dining and lounge areas to enjoy the tower’s 360° panoramic views of Downtown Los Angeles.

With the trends from this stunning region sweeping the interior world, Wharfside shares how to make your interior look and feel like a Scandinavian haven.

Design Research Studio – Tom Dixon’s architectural and interior arm – unveils its first state-side hospitality project in the form of Himitsu, a cocktail lounge-bar in Atlanta, Georgia.

When Kengo Kuma and Associates designed Tetchan Yakitori bar, the practice wanted to inherit the atmosphere of a makeshift barrack street emerging after the war.

01 January 2018

Playing with sculpture

Fernando and Humberto Campana’s project Hybridism is informed by details, moods and emotions and marks a point of departure for Estudio Campana as its most sculptural body of work to date.

01 January 2018

Go with the Color Flow

Color Flow is a cabinet with a lenticular surface that can change its colour depending on your position and movement.

For over two and a half thousand years, the nomadic peoples of the remote Tien Shan mountains in Kyrgyzstan have created their dazzling felt rugs.

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