Posts tagged 'Kvadrat'

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Common Seating and Bjarke Ingels Group reveal a modular seating system

Voxel is Bjarke Ingels Group’s first furniture product. Courtesy of Common Seating. The international architecture practice Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG) has collaborated with the Danish

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Textile titan Kvadrat opens flagship showroom in Manchester

“Manchester is a key city within the UK with a thriving design community and easy access for those visiting from outside of Manchester. These were


Studiomama and MARK Product’s Loops collection: behind the scenes

There’s something delightful about the story of Loops. Perhaps it is the functionality and playfulness of a chair that “stretches” into a bench, or the seemingly


Clerkenwell Design Week 2018: new participants revealed

The Clerkenwell Design Week 2018 edition, taking place on 22-24 May, will see local furniture showrooms open their doors with site-specific installations, talks and workshops.


Max Lamb: Marble, metal, wood – and now recycled textile boards

Max Lamb is a master of materiality. It’s no surprise then, that Really – a startup from Copenhagen that is now majority-owned by Danish textile giant


Stockholm Furniture Fair preview

Tales of Creativity is the theme for this year’s talks programme, exploring creativity in manufacture from various angles. PearsonLloyd‘s Luke Pearson and Tom Lloyd will


Orgatec trends #2: the office in colour

onoffice trawled the halls of Orgatec 2014 to bring you the very latest trends in office design.


Kvadrat and Georgina Wright’s upcycled fabric

Danish brand Kvadrat has launched a fabric made from recycled plastic bottles, designed by British textile designer Georgina Wright. Revive 1 and Revive 2 are


Design Post examined

Why buy a stand at a trade fair when you can stay year-round next door? Cologne’s Design Post is the super-showroom making it happen  Like


Coexistence Exhibition

London furniture showroom Coexistence is hosting an exhibition that examines the different processes of contract furniture making. The show, Input, will focus on four areas:



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