Having originally trained in event management, Interior Designer Peter Staunton decided to retrain in the interior design sector and join his family’s business. Since his educational change, Peter has spent the last 10 years transforming the business into a luxury design studio, Peter Staunton Interior Design.
Situated in The Royal Fort Gardens of the University of Bristol’s Life Sciences building, sits a collaborative piece of artwork from Architects, Zeller & Moye and Artist, Katie Paterson. The wooden structure, known as ‘Hollow’, comprises 10,000 pieces of wood from 10,000 tree species from across the globe.
On 26th May, Inex attended 2016’s Design Guild Mark awards at the Goldsmith’s Centre during Clerkenwell Design Week. Presented by Clerkenwell Design Week’s Director Will Knight, the awards were announced for a total of 19 recipients. Here, Inex rounds up the winners of 2016’s Design Guild Mark Awards.
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