In a new limited-edition collection of coffee accessories, London coffee company Grind has partnered with artist Shantell Martin in a unique collaboration.
Embarking on its first foray into homewares, jewellery label RÄTHEL & WOLF has launched a new tableware collection.
Merging style and sustainability, luggage design brand RIMOWA has launched its new Signature Collection made from recycled materials.
Circular design studio No Smoking The Future has launched a new interior lighting collection made from organic and waste materials.
Launched earlier this year, COLFORD is a new gift-wrapping provider seeking to disrupt the industry with a conscious and mindful approach to circularity.
Interior architect studio Holloway Li has unveiled its latest project: a community-centric, co-living space in Wembley, where residents can stay for a day or up to a year.
Designed with circularity in mind, Koru by Studio Elk is a new modular home office furniture system available via a subscription model.
House of Today has partnered with ten Lebanese creatives to launch a series of sculptural candle designs handcrafted at the Centre Hospitalier Beit Chabeb workshop.
In its second foray into home furnishings, workplace storage manufacturer Bisley has launched a new collection of five oak-framed designs including a wardrobe and media unit.
Coinciding with its introduction to the US market, BAUX is launching a new range of bio colours within its Acoustic Pulp panel collection.
Launching its tenth task chair in collaboration with Antonio Citterio, Vitra is placing a strong focus on responsible construction and circular values.
Lighting is key to creating ambience during the darker months of the year. OnOffice selects five new striking designs.
After opening its first Circle store in 2017, Vitra now has three retail locations focused on resale with the latest addition being located on the Vitra Campus in Weil am Rhein.
Basque industrial design studio Iratzoki has restored an old carpentry workshop into a new space for its head office.
In partnership with humanitarian aid charity Choose Love, furniture maker and marquetry expert Kim Jordan is calling on the design industry for his latest project.