Items filtered by date: February 2012
Thursday, 16 February 2012 12:03

Ecobuild - Armourcoat Surface Finishes

Ecobuild - Armourcoat Surface Finishes Armourcoat will be exhibiting on stand S571 at Ecobuild this year, one of the biggest events for sustainable design and construction. Armourcoat recognises its obligation to manufacture green products. Core product lines are made from natural minerals, predominately pre-consumer recycled marble, which can account for up to 40 percent of the product recipe. Ductal from Lafarge, a revolutionary ultra-high performance cement composite material will be presented at the show, alongside other decorative surface solutions.
Thursday, 16 February 2012 11:57

Patterns@Play - Desso

Patterns@Play - Desso European carpet manufacturer Desso will be at this year’s EcoBuild show on stand S850. The stand will showcase Desso’s transition to the circular economy with their latest new products and developments. Visitors who vote on which one of five innovations they believe to be the best will be entered into a prize draw to win an iPad 2. Desso will be showcasing its latest carpet tiles made from Econyl, 100 percent recycled content yarn, its Take Back scheme and videos…
Thursday, 16 February 2012 11:52

Nya Walls - Nya Nordiska

Nya Walls - Nya Nordiska Nya Walls combines textile design with technical innovation. The precise moulding of textile surfaces by means of a patented casting method, gives fascinating structures on polyurethane wall panels. At present Nya Walls are manufactured in three designs, Tiziano, Escriba and Prado. Available in ten metallic shades and a 92 x 72cm format, these panels are suitable for the private sector as well as contract since they are light and easy to be installed and cared for. Nya Walls are scratch…
Thursday, 16 February 2012 11:19

Illusion half - Northern Lighting

Illusion half - Northern Lighting Northern Lighting’s beloved Illusion lamp is now available in a brand new version, a wall hanging concept lamp named Illusion half. The shape and character is the same as the original Illusion lamp, designed by Hareide Design back in 2010, only now it is split in two and hangs on the wall. As well as being a lamp, it acts as a side table, perfect for books, keys or drinks depending on the environment. It was recently presented at the…
Thursday, 16 February 2012 10:57

Blazer - Camira

Blazer - Camira Classic wool upholstery fabric, Blazer, is part of Camira’s Second Nature collection of elite environmental fabrics. The fabric features 32 saturated solid shades and 23 mélange shades, encompassing deep dyed, vibrant bold brights and distinguishing subtle monochromes. Blazer is made from 100 percent natural Laneve pure new wool, which is both renewable and biodegradable, but also traceable right back to where it came from, on sheep farms in the South Island of New Zealand.
Thursday, 16 February 2012 10:54

Graph conference chair - Wilkhahn

Graph conference chair - Wilkhahn The Graph conference chair, designed by Jehs & Laub was exhibited for the first time at the Stockholm Furniture Fair. The chair features a special form that combines a homogeneous, shell-shaped appeal with a sense of visual lightness. It also achieves a three-dimensional range of motion with an attachment at three points, one of them combined with a flat spring. Graph was honed and perfected for industrial production to become an impressive example of top-level modern conference culture.
Wednesday, 15 February 2012 11:45

In the ascent

In the ascent There was a time when air travel promised adventure. Jet-age optimism was crystalised in Eero Saarinen’s swooping TWA terminal at JFK International, completed in 1962. Although no one knew it at the time, it was to prove a high-water mark. Catching a flight in the 21st century is banality incarnate, a foul soup of queues, excess baggage fees and endless retail. In the air, free drinks and nibbles have morphed into a nerve-steadying brandy poured from a sachet. As the…
Wednesday, 15 February 2012 11:40

Profile: Reinhard Dienes

Profile: Reinhard Dienes “I don’t know if it comes across in my work, but I’m very emotional.” No, Reinhard Dienes doesn’t mean that he goes weak at the knees every time he sees another excessively cute kitten on YouTube. It’s more that he invests a lot of himself in his work, and aims to create things that have more than a bit of personality. The idea of expressive, personality-infused products is a fashionable mantra among designers, but Dienes delivers on the promise. He’s…
Wednesday, 15 February 2012 11:35

Red Bull returns

Red Bull returns As a client, Red Bull certainly has form when it comes to setting the pace in workplace design. In the UK alone, its work with Jump Studios set a benchmark for the playful workplace in the mid-noughties which was all ping-pong tables and slides, while a few years down the line, they surprised us all with a more pared-down, austerity-chic look courtesy of MoreySmith. At its new headquarters in Amsterdam, Red Bull has continued to push the design boundaries, this…
Wednesday, 15 February 2012 11:17

Macquarie's London HQ

Macquarie's London HQ The height of banker bashing might be over – replaced with unease over deep Government cuts and the fiscal insecurity of our European cousins – but financial institutions are still seen as secretive fortresses by a sceptical public. It was the desire to fight this impression and to promote openness and greater community within different business departments that led investment banking and financial services group Macquarie to rethink how it housed its 1,800 staff in the City of London. The…
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