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In modern-day China, the night-time economy is driving increasing demand for creative social spaces for young customers. Molly Club, an establishment combining entertainment and basic restaurant service, is one example of this trend, providing a relaxing place for young people after a long, stressful day at work.

As 2019 comes to a close, it signals a positive outlook to raise awareness of more sustainable products and materials. Here, Simon Cornelius, Head of Marketing at Methven, discusses how simple changes can have huge environmental impacts and looks at the growing importance of manufacturing bathroom products with the principles of a circular economy in mind.

Sleep & Eat returns to London, Olympia, from 19 to 20th November with an ambitious programme set to scale new heights and live up to the show’s reputation as Europe’s leading hospitality design and innovation event.

Following his recent appointment as SBID President, Tom Marquardt, Founder of design firm marquardt+, sat down with Inex to discuss his years of experience within the interiors industry and talk us through his new role with the society.

Founding partners Lizzie Deshayes and Tim Butcher created Fromental in 2005 with a mission to make the world’s most beautiful hand-painted and hand-embroidered wallcoverings. Combining the finest skills together with luxurious fabrics, their distinct style blends traditional high-end craftsmanship and artistry with a forward-thinking approach to design and creative techniques. The creative team is a collaboration of talented designers and craftsmen from London and China.

14 November 2019

Optimising space

Located in Brooklyn, New York, this charming apartment boasted a stunning view across Prospect Park; however, its configuration failed to take advantage of its ideal location.

Following several launches with Italian contemporary furniture brand Kartell, renowned French Designer Philippe Starck has put his unique stamp on a brand-new seating collection named Venice.

Over half a century after 50 million visitors first discovered the iconic destination, the original heart of EXPO 67 has had a total makeover as the new Espace 67 by multidisciplinary design firm Lemay. The firm has brought its unique brand of design to rethink, restore and reshape the mythical site on Île-Sainte-Hélène via a vast redevelopment project.

Smart homes promise increased comfort, convenience and wellbeing, and these promises are already being delivered – at least in some sectors of the market, writes Simon Johnson, Sales Manager UK at EnOcean.

14 November 2019

Brilliance in Belgravia

One of the grandest streets in London, Eaton Place is no stranger to the wonders of luxury. So, when property investment company Fenton Whelan took on a redesign, it followed suit and created a luxurious interior wonderland.

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