This month Inex looks at how the H10 Casa Mimosa hotel in Barcelona has enhanced its outdoor areas with furniture pieces from Kettal. Elsewhere in this issue we talk to Katie Singleton and Lucy Clark, Founders of Olive Design Studio.
This month Inex puts Maurizio Pellizzoni in the hot seat where he explains how his previous career decisions have influenced who he is today. Elsewhere in this issue we talk to Meystyle about their LED-integrated wallpapers.
In this month's issue of Inex Indian Ocean explains how to create the ultimate outdoor living scheme. Elsewhere, Designer’s Atelier talks us through the company’s Kaleidoscope collection and KOKET reveals its Nahema Chair.
In this issue of Inex, Alistair McAuley and Paul Simmons, AKA Timorous Beasties, talk to Inex about their unique recipe for success, and how they work together to produce their award-winning and original fabric designs.
In this issue of Inex, Interior Designer Anouska Lancaster talks to Inex about how designing her husband's nightclub kick started her career. Also in this issue, we preview the UK's largest design trade show, 100% Design.
In this issue Inex explores Louis Poulsen's new, scaled down version of Verner Panton's notorious Panthella lamp – the Panthella MINI. Elsewhere, Kobe UK highlights this autumn's must-have fabric trends to create a room to remember.
In this edition, Inex explores MKV Design’s recent projects which involved the completion of two luxury hotels. Elsewhere, aeris discusses the evolution of the workplace and the essential provision of trusted office furniture.
In this month’s issue, Inex showcases how Architects Zeller & Moye and Artist Katie Paterson have created the ultimate sensory experience. Elsewhere, Extex explains how you can create a practical and comfortable outdoor living space.
With the Chelsea Flower Show in all our calendars this month, Inex previews the show, highlighting what to expect this year. Elsewhere in the issue, Interior Designer Jane Lockhart discusses how add the finishing touches to your kitchen.
In celebration of David Harber’s 23rd RHS Chelsea Flower Show, Inex profiles David and his most notable pieces to date. Also in this issue, Tim Armitt of Lyndon Design, talks about the transformations taking place within the hospitality sector.
Head Gardener at Hever Castle, Neil Miller explains how he maintains the Yew Maze; we explore Farfetch's brand new headquarters and Design duo, Jenny Weiss and Helen Bygraves talks to Inex about what drives their passion for design.
In this month’s issue, Inex addresses the coffee table – a classic and practical piece for both residential and commercial environments. Elsewhere in this issue, Inex speaks to joint CEO of the boutique hotel group, Alexander Hotels.
In this issue, we bring you Machine No.3 – an extraordinary bar that began its life as a launderette. Elsewhere, Carl Turner Architects demonstrates an innovative concept by recycling old shipping containers.
At this time of year, homes and commercial spaces are adorned for the occasion. Interior enthusiasts face a design nightmare to incorporate tasteful festive displays into their immaculate schemes.
Issue highlights include an interview with florist Hattie Fox, Hunter Patel Creative discusses how to create a luxury hotel bedroom and we look at the re-launch of Frits Henningsen’s iconic Signature Chair.
Issue highlights include an interview with Brunete Fraccaroli, an investigation into the technology behind pioneering office seating and a flooring trends focus.
Every September, the LDF encourages the design conscious to flock to the capital. This issue provides everything you need to know about the essential design destinations and districts.
This issue is packed full of dramatic design development, from an innovative urban garden in King's Cross to an extraordinary office design for the new notonthehighstreet.com HQ.
Highlights include a discussion into how office design can appeal to all employees, an exclusive interview with Fritz Hansen's Sofie Lindahl-Jessen and a focus on the latest wallpaper trends.
Whilst London's design community recovers from a busy month with CDW, May Design Series and RHS Chelsea Flower Show, visitors are able to able to absorb the industry's trend developments.
The industry has experienced a wave of new innovative design concepts that encourage healthy living within the buzz of modern lifestyles – such as the UK's first man-made fresh water public bathing pond.
A number of exterior spotlight articles reflect the design community's shift towards outdoor design in anticipation for summer, including a closer look at the Serpentine Gallery Pavilion series.
Hospitality projects begin to make the most of longer days and nicer weather by creating appealing outdoor spaces for clients and communal outdoor spaces become a core focus for urban locations.
In this issue, ‘sustainability’ continues to be an industry buzzword. Looking after the environment is a prime design principle and nature presents itself as a vital source of inspiration.
Issue spotlights include a showcase of one of Europe’s largest showrooms, a cross-sector collaboration and a handpicked selection of exhibitor highlights at the upcoming Surface Design Show.
In this issue, a furniture focus on page 24 demonstrates a return to traditional designs, whilst the regular Expose spotlight shows a British manufacturing success story on page 20.
Inex investigates the blurred lines between domestic and commercial, as well industry crossovers and collaborations, including an exclusive interview with Formica's VP Design, Renee Hytry Derrington.
Highlights include bespoke furniture specialist Rupert Bevan discussing the resurgence of interest in craftsmanship and Interface's Karen Warner demonstrating the importance of workplace acoustics.
In this issue, Inex continues to explore the upcoming London Design Festival with a dedicated event guide and exclusive interview with 100% Design Show Direcor, William Knight.
This month the industry is a hive of activity, busy and buzzing in anticipation of September’s design season. Inex starts a series of event previews by taking a closer look at designjunction and Tent London.
In this issue, Inex takes a closer look at the recognition of design excellence, changes in the realm of commercial interior design and the presence of marquetry in modern furniture design.
The industry welcomes a new wave of talent at this month's New Designers, but what does the future hold for design? This issue explores the possibilities of the new industrial revolution.
As we head full-steam into the Summer months, this issue is packed full of alfresco inspiration from the industry's most influential names. Also in this issue, London's May diary and exclusive previews.
Top-up your industry knowledge and inspire your upcoming projects and designs with Inex's event previews. This month we look ahead to May Design Series and Grand Designs London Live.
Recent unpredictable weather patterns are a thought-provoking reminder of the importance of sustainable design. This issue's theme is green living and is packed full of sustainable inspiration.
There are three words that come up in industry discussion time and time again: timeless, sustainable and trend. But what value do these words really hold? Thoughts from Vescom, Farrow & Ball and more!
Feature spotlights include an interior design studio producing their own sustainable products, the SBID Awards review and an article explaining why you should ajourn your trend concerns.
Sustainability is a hot topic for interior design as eco-friendly products continue to appear. In this issue Inex speaks to Grohe, Häfele, Karndean Designflooring and more about the green approach.
In this issue, Guinevere’s Marc Weaver takes Inex on an exclusive tour of the iconic antique shop, paint experts Sanderson discuss new trends and our Sleep preview identifies product highlights.
Highlights include a celebration of autumn, exclusive interviews with decorative stone and ceramic expert Steve Charles and lighting specialist David Trubridge, and crucial trend reports from LDF.
Feature spotlights include an outstanding mews house renovation by McKinley Spaces, a dedicated exhibition guide for London Design Festival 2013 and an insight into the evolution of handle-less kitchens.