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Her first time working in the world of yachting, Patricia Urquiola has given life to the new entry-level SD line project which debuted at the Cannes Yachting Festival this year.

TK Studio Co, a Bangkok-based firm specialising in landscape architecture, has announced development plans for the new Nong Fab LNG Receiving Terminal terrain, located near Amphoe Mueang Rayong, Thailand.

Last month, the Netherlands-based manufacturer of wood flooring and tiles, Hakwood, teamed up with multi-award-winning Designer Kelly Hoppen MBE. To find out more about their collaboration, Inex spoke to both Hoppen and Hakwood’s Owner, Mark Hak, to discover more about their interior alliance.

Located on the corner of a busy crossroad in Shanghai, the Natural Beauty hair salon has undergone an extensive renovation thanks to STUDIO DOTCOF.

One of the UK’s most talented and gifted pop artists of his generation – who went blind six years ago following a mysterious illness – has regained his eyesight and returned to the art world to paint again.

The December 2019 edition of Inex.

Ion Glass developed the re-ordering of the historic church of St Lawrence’s at Bourton-on-the-Water in Gloucestershire to create a meeting room and kitchen, mezzanine gallery space and a new entrance lobby.

Including glass in your designs provides innovative ways to increase or improve your space whilst at the same time maximising light and style. Take a look at some inspiring Ion Glass projects that make full use of the unique qualities of bespoke structural glass.

The installation of structural glass screens and panels to infill the arches on all four floors of the Henriette Raphael Turret at the Guy’s Hospital Campus, King’s College in London as part of the restoration of the tower.

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.

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