Items filtered by date: July 2011
Friday, 19 August 2011 08:15

PAD - Ryan

PAD - Ryan PAD is a new range of informal public seating by Ryan, designed to make it easier for people to mingle in public spaces. Moving away from the usual closed group arrangement of public seating, such as chairs around a table, with PAD the tables are arranged around the seats. More seats create open links to other tables, forming chains or clusters; these arrangements avoid people becoming isolated by formal seating layouts. Ryan has been manufacturing furniture since 1987.
Friday, 19 August 2011 08:04

Oracle collection - Eborcraft

Oracle collection - Eborcraft Eborcraft’s latest project is a conference table with an unusual V-shaped design. Inspired by the client’s requirement to accommodate up to 15 individuals for audio-visual presentations, with each attendee having an unobstructed view, the V-shaped table was created from Eborcraft’s Oracle collection of wood veneer boardroom furniture with its discreetly incorporated wire management system. The bespoke V-shaped table is 5.4 metres long and 3.5 metres wide, veneered in American black walnut with a cross-banded oak trim along the inner edge,…
Carpet and Space campaign - Antron Carpet Fibre Looking at four sets of opposites, Antron’s Carpet and Space campaign attempts to identify differences and explore new opportunities in our perception of carpet and its relationship to our space. Presented in a bound book, each pair of opposites suggests a way of relating to carpet, whether in the basic relationship that humanity has with carpet in Wild and Domesticated or how it can fulfil our desire to become one with the objects around us in Objective and Subjective.
Thursday, 18 August 2011 15:50

Nook - Connection

Nook - Connection Nook is part of a range by Craig Jones Design for Connection. Its soft and inviting design aesthetic is emphasised by the use of large comforting corners and deep seat cushions while the optional wings create a space within a space, allowing Nook to be used for work and pleasure. The unique modular construction allows each sofa to potentially be specified in contrasting materials to better suit its intended environment. The range is available in the high back alcove version…
Thursday, 18 August 2011 15:45

Armstrong Atelier launch - Armstrong Atelier

Armstrong Atelier launch - Armstrong Atelier Armstrong Ceilings will be launching their new service, Armstrong Atelier at 100% Design this September. Designed to take the relationship between architect/designer and building interior solutions provider to unprecedented levels, Armstrong Atelier comprises a specially recruited team of experts, from CAD designers and project managers to technical sales representatives. With a portfolio of efficient and cost effective tailored ceilings and wall solutions, Atelier aims to engineer designer’s creative vision.
Thursday, 18 August 2011 15:33

Paragon interiors - INTERFACEFLOR

Paragon interiors - INTERFACEFLOR Paragon interiors appointed InterfaceFLOR to help create a modern environment for its first regional office in Manchester. Having previously worked on the company’s head office in Nottingham, InterfaceFLOR were specified to cover the 2,900 square foot office floor area. A range of flooring tiles were used for this project; the durable and sustainable Palette 2000, custom-made Sudden Inspiration tiles with new irregular yarn technology and Key Features tiles with recycled back content were used in two different colourways.
Thursday, 18 August 2011 15:30

Arabesque lamp - VG

Arabesque lamp - VG The Arabesque lamp from VG is comparable in shape to a droplet or a stalagmite. Made from Asfour crystal and steel, this unusual lamp is available with either a traditional halogen bulb or an LED solution; the LED produces cold, white light through the precious steel grid, and with only a 2.3watt bulb, this provides a notable energy saving as well as a long lifespan.
The Unexpected Nature of Linoleum collection - FORBO FLOORING SYSTEMS Forbo Flooring Systems has launched a special edition to its Marmoleum range of sustainable floor coverings. The Unexpected Nature of Linoleum collection draws on nature’s more unusual colours and combinations, with luminescent colourways, inspired by real landscapes around the world. With nine linear and nine marbled designs, Forbo’s Marmoleum has 97 percent natural raw materials, 67 percent harvestable and 37 percent overall recycled content; it is also naturally biodegradable.
Thursday, 18 August 2011 15:23

Saint Tropez - SCABDESIGN

Saint Tropez - SCABDESIGN Designed by Roberto Semprini for Scabdesign, the Saint Tropez chair is an armchair made using interwoven polycarbonate for the main body, creating superimposed and translucent effects. It is available with two types of frame, either a four-leg frame in tubular chrome steel or an 11cm chrome steel tube sledge frame. The main body is available in three translucent colours; transparent, red and smoked. The Saint Tropez chair is designed for indoor use.
Thursday, 18 August 2011 15:19

Rock and Wedge - Open Source Design

Rock and Wedge - Open Source Design The Rock and Wedge reading light by Open Source Design was inspired by their philosophy of free distribution, reproduction and modification. Using digital transference, the storage and distribution of design is maintained digitally until ordered by the consumer; this also enables a relationship between the consumer and the fabricator. The project demonstrates how laser cut flat profiles can be assembled without fixings to provide a structure suitable for holding a light source.
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