British kitchen manufacturer Moores, in collaboration with Roux Lifestyle, has launched a new luxurious kitchen to help you cook like a world-class chef in your own home.
This year’s interior trends have seen a real focus on nature. We’ve seen collections of house plants, natural materials and floral prints – all of which are set to stay for the autumn-winter season. For many of us, these trends reflect our own strong connection with our environment, and the effect we have on it. We’re striving to lower our carbon footprints, whether it’s looking at alternative ways of getting to work, reusing and recycling, or opting for environmentally-friendly energy sources – with the colder months approaching, this includes greener heating.
Structural glass often looks deceptively simple once it’s installed and it’s this aspect that can be most satisfying: frameless glass balustrades with no visible fixings; glass linkways that connect different architectural styles with minimal interference or impact on the original buildings; structural beams, fins and supports created entirely from glass or a span of glass partitioning that becomes fully opaque at the flick of a switch.
Emile Azan hasn’t always been an Interior Designer, in fact, it was only after he was made redundant from a publishing company that he decided to take the plunge and pursue his life-long love of interiors and architecture by retraining leading him to eventually set up his practice Chameleon Designs in 2005.
The Restaurant & Bar Design Awards, now in its ninth year, is a globally recognised competition dedicated to the design of food and beverage spaces.