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New research from Geberit shows that more than half of UK homeowners are affected by unwanted noise in the home and that it’s having a direct impact upon their wellbeing. Here Sophie Weston, Channel Marketing Manager for Specification and Developer at Geberit, looks at the significance of this noise and why, in a new White Paper, ‘A Sound Solution’, the bathroom designer and manufacturer is calling a radical rethink of UK regulations around acoustics in the home.

Casa Burés was built between 1900 and 1905 by the Catalan Architect Francesc Berenguer i Mestres, a close collaborator of Antoni Gaudí. The building was named after its first owner, Francesc Burés, a businessman with one of Spain’s most successful textile companies.

Atelier Zébulon Perron, an interior design firm focused on forging connections between people and spaces, is proud to unveil the welcoming ambience of Le Boulevardier restaurant and Le Flâneur Bar Lounge, comprising the food and beverage portion of a major $30m renovation of Germain Hotels’ flagship property, Le Germain Hotel, in downtown Montreal.

Here, some of the Society of Garden Designers’ leading designers share their predictions for the newest trends in garden design for 2020 and some of the most exciting design ideas gaining momentum.

We are living through an unprecedented time; current events have forced us all to step away from our daily routines and consider the impact we have on the wider world. So, we’ve asked Style Library Contract to take a step back and review how the latest interior trends resonate with what is happening today.

When looking to improve the kerb appeal of a property, it is essential to ensure that the windows are in a good condition. Here, Richard Dollar, Managing Director at The Sash Window Workshop, looks at how you can improve the kerb appeal of a property with replacement windows.

Based in Sunnyvale, California, the epicentre of technological innovation, Intuitive Surgical (ISI) is a global leader in robotic-assisted surgical equipment to enable less invasive surgical procedures. Since the launch of the company’s da Vinci robotic-assisted surgical system in 1995, Intuitive has been a pioneer in minimally invasive surgical platforms and future diagnostic tools. Here, Stantec UK’s Interiors Lead, Velimira Drummer, talks us through the design of its Oxford premises.

Following the reveal of their most recent design for Borough Market’s newest restaurant, Stoney Street by 26 Grains, Inex caught up with Block 1: Design’s dynamic duo, Justin Melican and Laura Kiely. Here, the pair give us an insight into their professional backgrounds and talk through some of the Bloomsbury-based studio’s most innovative projects.

It’s no secret that colour plays a key role in making a house a home, which is why interior designers remain so in-demand for adding the finishing touches to a variety of residential schemes and developments.

Quirky, colourful and undoubtedly unique, UK-based company FLOOR_STORY collaborates with some of the design industry’s most avant-garde, established designers, which have resulted in recent collections with renowned names such as Dame Zandra Rhodes and Camille Walala. This month, Inex sits down with the boss behind the brand – the self-proclaimed friendliest rug dealer in the streets of East London, Simon Goff.

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