The new Roopa table collection by Doshi Levien for Arper is centred on circular values, showcasing the brand’s commitment to sustainability.
Launching at Green Grads 2023, Renée Materials is a new start-up seeking to divert waste from landfill towards small-scale creative projects.
Metalworking design studio Novocastrian launches its inaugural lighting collection, inspired by the industrial design elements of Britain’s railways.
In a collaboration with multidisciplinary artist AKACORLEONE, Mosaic Factory’s latest Collection “Paysage Sauvage’ adds a new dynamic to the brand’s contemporary range of tiles.
Staying true to its sophisticated aesthetic, French furniture design house Roche Bobois has launched a curated selection of pieces for the home office.
Lighting studio Cameron Design House embraces a striking, sculptural aesthetic in its first foray into furniture.
Utopia by Bohinc Studio is a collection of immersive, functional sculptures made from cork, located in Miami’s Design District.
Created with circularity at its core, the Plan Collection by Barber Osgerby for Fredericia was first launched in 2022 and has now been expanded with three new additions.
Honing her craft for 25 years, glass artist Amy Cushing has worked on a variety of projects for both residential and commercial spaces, bringing her love for colour into the world of interiors.
Designed by Martin Lauritsen, Vala by Bolia is a small, compact desk merging practicality and elegance for the home office.
When working from home, accessories can make all the difference in elevating any space. Here are six options we’ve selected which can also make superb gifts this Christmas.
With a mission to reconnect people and their plants, Sowvital’s three-step fertilising kit is changing the game for indoor plant lovers.
The UK’s first open-access factory is going from strength to strength after winning three RIBA awards this year and accommodating over 700 companies within its London North London site.
In a new venture for the workplace furniture design brand, Humanscale’s first standalone retail concept brings fresh accessibility to the sector.
The Design Council, Batch.Works and Seymourpowell have teamed up to launch a new design competition for students across the UK with a mission to create products centred around the needs of communities and the planet.