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SCAB Design for the outdoors: from contract to interior decoration, good design meets the needs of ecology as much as those of aesthetic research.

How people work is changing. The pace of technology advances in personal computing, communications devices, storage clouds and the near paperless nature of work has enabled more people than ever to work full time or part time from their home.

The unique culinary experiences of San Sebastián, Spain’s food capital, can now be experienced in an immersive cookery school at the heart of one of London’s oldest food markets.

According to YouGov, more than two in five Brits now own some kind of smart home technology. Innovation specialist MPA Group examines the companies making these innovative products and how they are transforming homes across the country.

In this article, William Tonkinson, Managing Director of healthcare furniture manufacturer, Deanestor, looks at how furniture for healthcare environments does not have to compromise design.

BORA has built a new building in Austria and has fitted it out with Nimbus Modul R Project luminaires as well as the Rossoacoustic PAD system.

The Langley, A Luxury Collection Hotel, Buckinghamshire, has opened its doors following an extensive six-year renovation.

Awareness of mental and physical wellbeing has never been greater, yet many of us still struggle to find the time, freedom and sanctuary we need to recover from the stresses of every life. Drawing on content from a new white paper, Sophie Weston, Channel Marketing Manager at Geberit, explores the role architects and designers have to play in sensory bathroom design.

Nestled in the heart of the Lake District’s beautiful Borrowdale valley, Lodore Falls Hotel & Spa has shared the luxury design details of its multi-million-pound redevelopment, including a new state-of-the-art spa and 18 new spa suites.

22 July 2019

Less is more

This September for London Design Festival, British Designer Daniel Schofield will present a number of new launches for distinguished British brands ercol and Hayche. His new series of tables and a chair are all designed with a reductive approach to materials, form and function.

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