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London Design Festival: Highlights

James Wormald

28.09.2022

A sombre London Design Festival reflects on the city’s creative history for design and making, while sharing a positive look into the future.

'We design sense by sense': Nayra Iglesias of In ...

James Wormald

27.09.2022

Nayra Iglesias of In Out Studio explains their design process: 'We introduce a sensory diagram.' Then the architects add materiality to layer the experience. Learn more about it here…

Green is good: luxury hospitality spaces with verdurous ...

James Wormald

26.09.2022

Green is the colour of life, but is it possible to combine its references to organic environments and rich luxury in high-end interior surfaces? These green-lit hospitality spaces show how it’s done.

Constructing with concrete: hardcore projects and products

James Wormald

21.09.2022

With many eco-friendly cement alternatives racing through to market, the concrete revolution could be here to stay. These examples highlight the advantages of the age-old, but on-trend, material.

12 designer baths that soak long in the memory

James Wormald

19.09.2022

As an eponymous bathroom fixture, bathtubs use the most space, but get used the least. These designer bathtubs offer both comfort and character, beyond simple sanitaryware.

Building communities: large-scale residential projects

James Wormald

14.09.2022

These colourful, sustainable and environmental multi-storey co-living projects make high-rise living friendly again.

How to choose children’s bedroom furniture

James Wormald

12.09.2022

Children first, society says. But this often isn’t the case when it comes to interior design choices. Adaptable, child-centred design makes a supportive, creative world, built just for them.

Six questions to ask when choosing a mirror for the home

James Wormald

07.09.2022

Choosing the right mirror can be as curiously confusing as falling through the looking glass. Here’s what to look for, when looking at mirrors.

'Architects should use more colours and textiles': ...

James Wormald

06.09.2022

Nipa Doshi and Jonathan Levien of Doshi Levien discuss the future of furniture: 'An environment rich in materiality and colour is more fun and experimental.' Watch the video for more…

Restaurants serving their environments by serving up nature

James Wormald

05.09.2022

These low carbon-footprint restaurants put their environments on the menu, seating diners in amongst the beauty of nature, without destroying it.

Four tunnels brought to life with absorbing interiors

James Wormald

31.08.2022

The dark, unwelcoming atmosphere of a tunnel can make them hard to use as interior spaces, but as these refreshed underground passageways prove, there’s light to be found at the tunnel’s end.

Eight flexible ways to change the office landscape

James Wormald

29.08.2022

Offices with flexible workspaces allow employees to feel comfortable and confident whether they want to be inside, outside, together or apart. Here’s how to do it.

New environmental landscapes in urban Chinese parks

James Wormald

24.08.2022

China halts the harmful urban sprawl of its rapidly growing economy by ring-fencing the climate and transforming urban areas into new environmental landscapes.

15 beautiful nightstands to wake up next to

James Wormald

22.08.2022

Housing multiple sleep aids or remaining peacefully clear, these captivating nighttime companions bookend a good night’s sleep with great looks and excellent service.

How to organise a kitchen with good design

James Wormald

15.08.2022

More than just cookware and food storage, kitchens hold all manner of essential household items. Here’s how to keep on top of it all, with places for everything, and everything in its place.

Six functions of garden water features

James Wormald

08.08.2022

Outdoor spaces are fast becoming our new favourite places. Rather than adding to the noise, however, well-placed water features can re-balance the outdoor ambiance, along with a whole lot more.

Four micro-hotels with big experiences

James Wormald

01.08.2022

These four small-scale hotel rooms use high-quality lighting, surfaces, design and their natural environments to create unforgettable experiences on a volume budget.

Six types of fitness product to tone up the home gym

James Wormald

18.07.2022

These stylish home gym products allow users to exercise in the privacy of their own homes, without bulking out the interior.

DAAily bar Live Talk at Milan Design Week: CMP Design

James Wormald

14.07.2022

Michele Cazzaniga and Antonio Pagliarulo of CMP Design took to the DAAily bar Live Talk stage during Milan Design Week to explain how conviviality and friendship influence their work at every stage.

DAAily bar Live Talk at Milan Design Week: Calvi Brambilla

James Wormald

13.07.2022

Milanese design duo Calvi Brambilla discuss the process behind their architecturally impressive fair stands at the DAAily bar during Milan Design Week.

Active in the workplace: five healthy offices that encourage ...

James Wormald

13.07.2022

These fitness fanatical office spaces make it easy for employees to build more exercise into their schedules — without working too hard.

DAAily bar Live Talk at Milan Design Week: Alfredo Häberli

James Wormald

12.07.2022

Design grandee Alfredo Häberli argues at his DAAily bar Live Talk for the importance of physical, tactile experiences at design fairs and events, such as Milan Design Week.

DAAily bar Live Talk at Milan Design Week: Cristian Zuzunaga

James Wormald

11.07.2022

Textile designer Cristian Zuzunaga describes his iconic pixelated style and design process in his Live Talk at the DAAily bar during Milan Design Week.

Bold as brass: how to put the shine back into modern ...

Brand story

James Wormald

11.07.2022

Rising in popularity, the characterful glamour of brass is firmly back in the band. Here’s how to apply the golden metallic surface while keeping the noise down.

'Sustainability is not a question anymore, it's ...

James Wormald

07.07.2022

Jan Boelen of Atelier LUMA explains the conditions required for change: 'True innovation only happens when there's a cultural shift.' Watch the video to hear more…

Stooled up: designer bar stools to stand by and sit on

James Wormald

06.07.2022

Bar stools make any flat surface suitable for drinking, dining or working in comfort and style. With so many sizes, materials, features and applications available, it’s time to sit up and take notice.

Sustainable schooling: learning spaces that teach us to be ...

Brand story

James Wormald

04.07.2022

These education sector projects teach the architects of tomorrow the importance of green construction, while also protecting the communities of today.

DAAily bar Live Talk at Milan Design Week: Douglas Mandry

James Wormald

30.06.2022

Douglas Mandry and Nicolas Girotto, CEO of Bally, discuss the concept behind their collaborative 30-metre-long art curtain, installed in the DAAily bar during Milan Design Week.

DAAily bar Live Talk at Milan Design Week: Stefan Diez

James Wormald

29.06.2022

Stefan Diez proposes a retail revolution while introducing his mudra chair for Brunner at his DAAily bar Live Talk during Milan Design Week.

DAAily bar Live Talk at Milan Design Week: Sebastian Herkner

James Wormald

28.06.2022

Sebastian Herkner introduces his recent Colombian-inspired, hand-woven outdoor furniture collection for Ames at his DAAily bar Live Talk during Milan Design Week.

DAAily bar Live Talk at Milan Design Week: Patricia Urquiola

James Wormald

27.06.2022

At the well-attended DAAily bar Live Talk series at Milan Design Week, Patricia Urquiola discussed the eco-credentials and bio-material innovations found in her Nuez Lounge Bio armchair for Andreu World.

Building bridges: five garden bridges that connect users to ...

James Wormald

27.06.2022

Green space can be hard to find in modern overgrown cities. These bridges knit together natural areas hidden in urban centres, and connect urbanites with the natural landscapes outside them.

The DAAily bar: a new stage at Milan Design Week for DAAily ...

James Wormald

23.06.2022

Bringing Designboom, Architonic and ArchDaily together in a single physical space for the first time, the DAAily bar served up A&D inspiration in Milan, along with food – and drinks – for thought.

Louis Poulsen PH5 pendant lamp: the history of the ...

James Wormald

20.06.2022

Created by Poul Henningsen for Louis Poulsen, the story of the iconic PH5 pendant lamp is one of experimental science, and continues to guide both lighting and interior designers to this day.

'I have seen a bathroom where the toilet is only 15cm ...

James Wormald

16.06.2022

Li Wenqiang of PIG Design discusses the difficulties of designing bathrooms with limited space: 'It's a terrible experience, with knees and face against the door.' Watch the video to hear more…

Turn on bathroom spaces with distinctive designer tapware

James Wormald

15.06.2022

By complementing bathroom surfaces and fixtures with striking fittings, designers can create characterful sanitary spaces without overloading them with decoration.

Breaking bathroom layouts: hotels that flip the floorplan

James Wormald

13.06.2022

These open-plan hotel suites break apart traditional hotel bathroom typologies by tempting bathers over to the other side of the locked door.

Outdoor products designed to play with fire

James Wormald

09.06.2022

As humanity's earliest invention, the attraction of Earth's most destructive element is sewn into our nature. These 12 outdoor fire products help the modern human use and control it.

How to get the most out of maximalism

James Wormald

07.06.2022

A tricky style to achieve, maximalism is as unique to each user as their own personality. Get it wrong and it’s easy to feel exposed and unfulfilled. Here are some examples that get it right.

Installation highlights of Clerkenwell Design Week

James Wormald

02.06.2022

Clerkenwell Design Week came back bigger than ever in 2022. With more showrooms, exhibitions and installations, festival visitors found out what the industry’s been up to while they’ve been away.

Milan Design Week: Floral Installation by Anne Vitchen at ...

James Wormald

26.05.2022

Visitors to the DAAily bar during Milan Design Week will be enchanted by an immersive floral installation from the Ritz Paris’ Lady of the Flowers, Anne Vitchen.

Milan Design Week: Douglas Mandry’s Art Curtain at the ...

James Wormald

25.05.2022

Exhibiting at the DAAily bar during Milan Design Week, Douglas Mandry’s 30-metre-long Art Curtain will introduce visitors to the Swiss artist’s Monuments project, documenting climate change.

Milan Design Week: Live Talks at the DAAily bar

James Wormald

24.05.2022

The DAAily bar is set to become one of Milan Design Week's biggest destinations, with a series of Live Talks featuring speakers from the very top of architecture and design.

'The kitchen is no longer an individual ...

James Wormald

18.05.2022

Cristina Acha Odriozola of Acha Zaballa Arquitectos discusses contemporary social kitchen spaces: ‘That model of the service area is obsolete.’ Hear what else she has to say…

Seven types of drinks cabinet for hosting big nights in

James Wormald

18.05.2022

From stretching summer evenings on a terrace to pre-dinner appetisers and post-dinner relaxation in the lounge, home bars simplify hosting duties and bring crafted collections closer to hand.

Milan Design Week: DAAily fair and city guides available now

James Wormald

16.05.2022

Take our hand, as Designboom, Architonic and ArchDaily guide you through both the fair and the city before and during Milan Design Week. Find out where to find the best products, people and parties.

Back to black: dark kitchens that help outline open ...

James Wormald

16.05.2022

The architects of these four projects used monochrome colour and material palettes to clearly define kitchen spaces in open-plan layouts. Here’s how.

Dinner with a show: six theatrical restaurant projects

James Wormald

11.05.2022

Quality food and service are now commonplace in the hospitality sector. For more engaging out-of-house mealtime experiences, these eateries bring a little extra entertainment to the menu.

The Eames Lounge Chair: how a design classic was made

James Wormald

09.05.2022

A blend of traditional lounge club style with contemporary materials and innovative manufacturing made the Eames Lounge Chair a timeless classic.

Bring kitchens to life with open storage products

James Wormald

02.05.2022

Making contemporary appliances, cookware, tableware and artisanal ingredients more visible and accessible, open kitchen storage puts an end to the kitchen design cover-up.

Five ways to customise surfaces with single-colour tiling

James Wormald

27.04.2022

Single colour tiles might look simple on the surface, but with a little creative thinking, the full range of possibilities starts to emerge. Here are five original ways to apply them.

Making a splash: waterside properties with their own pool

James Wormald

25.04.2022

These waterside vacation properties bring the tranquillity of their natural surroundings right up to the back doorstep, for a relaxing, outdoor atmosphere that can be enjoyed from the comfort of home.

Nine projects with sunken living zones

James Wormald

21.04.2022

By surrounding users with the comforting permanence of the ground, these six projects from across the world create intimate sunken living spaces that hold us in a supportive embrace.

Five reasons the modern office pod works for you

James Wormald

19.04.2022

A productive hybrid work model fuses together the sanctuary of home work with traditional office collaboration. These five key advantages make the customisable office pod work.

Seven projects that use 3D visualisation to give the full ...

James Wormald

14.04.2022

With natural lighting, surfaces and adaptable physics, 3D visualisation uses realism, real-time rendering and VR technology to help clients see plans for real in a virtual world.

How to design your own poolside paradise

James Wormald

12.04.2022

Private pools provide both tranquillity and excitement, literally just outside your back door. But a relaxing pool is useless without the surrounding area to enjoy it.

Five projects that top it all off with unique ceiling ...

James Wormald

07.04.2022

These five projects encourage visitors to keep looking up. Using different materials and techniques, they turn the mundanity of flat, boring ceilings into special, individual surfaces to gaze up at.

Nine designer radiator typologies that turn up the heat

James Wormald

05.04.2022

Warming up chilly interiors with a blend of science and artistry, these nine types of contemporary radiator bring creativity in from the cold.

Going underground: ten subterranean building projects

James Wormald

31.03.2022

As space becomes more precious above land, it's a natural response to retreat below. Underground construction opens up new worlds, whether to protect us from the elements or to protect the elements from us.

11 tips to design form-fitting walk-in wardrobes

James Wormald

29.03.2022

They’re often considered to be only for the rich and famous, but walk-in wardrobes don’t actually need that much extra space. Here’s how to create one with the perfect fit.

Nine types of functional desktop architecture

James Wormald

22.03.2022

Desktop accessories strike a balance between clutter and function. But with stationery gone, this weird and wonderful world goes far further than a company-issue pen-pot and two-tiered filing tray.

Build a career with DAAily jobs

James Wormald

17.03.2022

As part of the world’s biggest online network for creatives, DAAily jobs helps talented professionals find their dream job, and world-famous firms find fresh minds.

Bath with a view: eight uncommon places to put the tub

James Wormald

15.03.2022

With plumbing, privacy and functional considerations, bathroom layouts can be hard to plan. A more relaxing soak space remains a possibility, however, with careful bath positioning.

How to rezone the open plan

James Wormald

10.03.2022

Pushing the family together has revealed the functional inadequacies of the open plan. How do we give everyone their own space, without putting up walls?

Fixing the gender imbalance of design

James Wormald

08.03.2022

Design can improve quality of life for all. But when those with the biggest pencils are men, the needs of female users are often ignored. More independent female designers can rebalance the scales.

Showcasing Ukrainian architects and designers

James Wormald

07.03.2022

With the world turning its gaze towards the unfolding events in Ukraine, we take – in a gesture of solidarity – the opportunity to foreground once more some of the country’s talented architects and designers.

Seven types of corporate auditorium

James Wormald

04.03.2022

Finding they need to educate and interact with their workforces on a larger scale, companies are looking to other areas for inspiration on pimping up their in-house presentation spaces.

What is biophilic design, and can it save the planet?

James Wormald

01.03.2022

The practice of biophilic design – using plants and green space to improve health and wellbeing – is an important tool, but can it solve the environmental crisis too?

Out with the old, in with the new: five ways to manufacture ...

James Wormald

24.02.2022

The planet we’re on has finite resources. By making new products from old, we stop the rot and start to build back better. Recycled manufacturing has changed the meaning of the words ‘new’ and ‘used’.

Six reasons to build a beautiful balcony

James Wormald

22.02.2022

Balconies provide residents with great views while literally and figuratively looking down on the neighbours, but they also offer numerous other advantages.

Five rules of great Scandinavian design

James Wormald

17.02.2022

When bathed in constant light, Scandinavia is spoiled with beautiful scenery. When the sun goes away, however, attentions turn inside. Here’s how to recreate amazing Scandinavian home interiors.

The rise and fall of consumerist architecture: ten modern ...

James Wormald

16.02.2022

As the online marketplace takes a stranglehold on bricks and mortar retail, these are the destination super retail structures tempting consumers back to market.

Six ways to design more productive co-working spaces

James Wormald

10.02.2022

Past a certain point, productivity becomes counterintuitive – the more you work, the less you do. But what if we’ve passed it already? The flexible workplace can help us get more done, by doing less.

How to bring walls to life with three-dimensional solutions

James Wormald

08.02.2022

Say sayonara to smooth painted walls and farewell to flat wallpaper; these are the latest ways to create striking feature walls that literally impose themselves onto interior environments.

Working with wood – ten examples of solid wood furniture

James Wormald

03.02.2022

As a sustainable material, wood lasts a long time, it’s renewable and with amazing natural looks, it has a long-lasting impact too. Here are ten examples of products that use solid wood wisely.

Nine micro-living examples of how to live with less space

James Wormald

01.02.2022

If innovative architecture and design can expand our quality of life, even in smaller living spaces, what else can it do for us? Here are nine examples that show what’s possible.

A light in the dark: six reasons to fill outdoor spaces with ...

James Wormald

27.01.2022

With our increasingly 24-hour lifestyles, exterior environments with the right type and level of light are a growing necessity in home, commercial and public spaces.

Ten house-entrance fittings that make a perfect first ...

James Wormald

25.01.2022

A home’s frontage provides visitors an all-important first look into the residents' character. Here are ten entranceway items that greet guests with style, while still remaining functional.

From facades to furniture: Seven ways architects and ...

James Wormald

20.01.2022

Seven different ways architects, designers and specifiers can utilise glass to create light, modern spaces, as well as magical and mysterious environments.

Top architecture and design trends for 2022

James Wormald

17.01.2022

After the temporary nature of the past year, 2022 will see long-term change take centre stage. From bold palettes and organic materials to functional environments, here’s what’s in store for the year ahead.

Architonic's most-viewed projects of 2021: Retail ...

James Wormald

15.01.2022

These outlandish, luxurious and downright surreal retail spaces were Architonic users' most-seen new shops of 2021.

Architonic's most-viewed projects of 2021: Hospitality ...

James Wormald

14.01.2022

This eclectic list of Architonic's most-clicked new hotels, restaurants, bars, and public spaces of 2021 prove design-lovers interest in travel hasn't waned over the past year.

Architonic's most-viewed projects of 2021: Office ...

James Wormald

13.01.2022

These most-popular office interiors of 2021 gave employees space to both work and play, while projecting a respectful, comforting and professional aura to clients.

Architonic's most-viewed projects of 2021: Residential ...

James Wormald

12.01.2022

To reach this list of our users' most popular new residential interior spaces of 2021, projects must have had jaw-dropping visuals, but they also tend to feature the most sensible, functional long-term solutions to their brief.

Five room dividers that separate space with style

James Wormald

12.01.2022

Space partitioning can often be dismissed as a bland, acoustic-only solution. But these five projects show how space can be artfully divided while adding colour, character and personality.

Architonic's most-viewed projects of 2021: Houses

James Wormald

11.01.2022

The five most-visited new architectural housing project pages of 2021 tell stories of sustainability and luxury, with stunning locations and photography.

From ovens to coffee machines. Contemporary appliances for a ...

James Wormald

04.01.2022

Modern innovations in kitchen appliances mean fans of the stark visuals of extreme minimalism can create the look, without giving up the stuff.

Staircases to heaven – ten ways to rise up

James Wormald

16.12.2021

The world of staircase design is filled with twists and turns. But before you fall down the rabbit hole, here are ten different staircase types to choose from, and a few other options too.

Seven Swiss interiors with the best seats outside the house

James Wormald

09.12.2021

The majestic Alpine landscapes of Switzerland combine the traditional with the contemporary in these seven tourist-enticing interiors that focus on their exteriors.

Six of the best adaptive reuse projects that upcycle their ...

James Wormald

02.12.2021

Adaptive reuse is the sustainable face of architecture. This visionary process of architectural alchemy allows cities to thrive and remain relevant, without forgetting their past.

Showtime: the Architect Show 3

Brand story

James Wormald

02.12.2021

From 11–12 December, the Architect Show 3 at Metropolitan EXPO in Athens, Greece will be the place to be as architects, engineers, designers and planners come together for two days of learning, networking and inspiration.

Home office desks: 10 examples for a professional and ...

James Wormald

26.10.2021

Home workspaces must combine all the tools of the shared office with the user's personality for an inspirational and creative solitary environment. Here are ten desk solutions that are up to the job.

How to design a stunning and functional kitchen island

James Wormald

15.10.2021

With contemporary lifestyles meaning more entertaining from home, forward-facing kitchen islands with integrated seating make staying in the new going out. But what makes the perfect kitchen island?

How to choose the right type of pendant light: examples and ...

James Wormald

13.10.2021

It’s easy for enthusiasts and even professional designers to be dazzled by the blinding array of lights in various styles. Here are the main types of pendant light, and what they’re used for.

Join the Build for Life Conference hosted by VELUX

Brand story

James Wormald

12.10.2021

From 15-17 November, leading roof window manufacturer VELUX will host its Build for Life Conference 2021, with the goal of developing more sustainable strategies for the building industry.

VELUX and the role of natural light in our wellbeing

Brand story

James Wormald

12.10.2021

VELUX's Daylight Symposium is a three-day, digital event for researchers, architects and building professionals which highlights the benefits of the use of natural light on building projects.

A ten-year sustainability strategy from VELUX Group

Brand story

James Wormald

12.10.2021

In 2020, VELUX Group launched a comprehensive sustainability strategy called 'It's our Nature', which aims to pioneer on climate issues, innovate in relation to sustainability and promote responsible business practices.

Six houses with impressive views – and the windows that ...

James Wormald

07.10.2021

If you’ve got it, flaunt it. Large, expansive sliding windows allow our interiors to connect with the local environment, while flooding them with regenerative natural light.

From hotels to concert halls: 8 distinctive projects with ...

James Wormald

05.10.2021

Restrooms that bring unique character to interior projects are a great way to add individual style to the user experience. Here are eight of the best.

A day in a fully automated smart home

James Wormald

01.10.2021

With every household need catered for automatically, the Internet of Things promised us the easy life. Now smart home living can automate our daily lives, but what’s it really like?

Leolux LX collections help create brand awareness

Brand story

James Wormald

30.09.2021

Both at the new Red Bull site in Amsterdam and the Limburgs Museum in Venlo, Leolux LX upholstered furniture enhances the ambience of each of these contract settings.

Leolux LX knows how to specify furniture for the home and ...

Brand story

James Wormald

30.09.2021

Leolux LX's upholstered furniture lines can be customised and made to order so that interior designers' visions can be realised, whether for the home or the contract sector.

This armchair by Leolux LX brings a smile to the room

Brand story

James Wormald

30.09.2021

Designed by Martin Ballendat for Dutch brand Leolux LX, the LXR18 armchair speaks the design language of the club chair, but is more modern, compact – and friendly.

6 project interiors that empower experiences with coloured ...

James Wormald

24.09.2021

Colour and light are two hugely influential tools when sculpting interior space. They bring function and positivity to environments without adding physical clutter.

Plug and play: 7 flexible workspaces in the modern office

James Wormald

22.09.2021

No employee is the same, so why should offices be the same? A wave of flexible office furniture is giving companies and workers the freedom to change the way, and the places, they work.

Getting technical: an introduction to colour temperature and ...

James Wormald

16.09.2021

Commercial spaces must be enticing enough to pull people in, and comforting enough to keep them there. It’s this balance that makes the utilisation of technical lighting so important to master.

Questions to ask when selecting flooring

James Wormald

14.09.2021

The material underneath your feet is arguably the most crucial part of any interior. Here are the questions specifiers need to consider, when selecting the perfect floor covering for their project.

Front of house: An explanation of facades

James Wormald

10.09.2021

Facades are the clothes buildings dress themselves up in. Physical declarations of prominence and boastful creativity. Here is an inspirational selection of architectural facades created by Architonic’s archive of manufacturers…

How to bring nature indoors: Flou

Brand story

James Wormald

09.09.2021

The 2021 collection by Flou depicts six aspects of our changing environment, bridging our increasingly indoor lives with the world outside, again.

All about acoustics

James Wormald

08.09.2021

Once the forgotten realm of interiors, creating the perfect soundscape is now just as important as light and decoration. Here are the different acoustic products available to create the right tone…

The view from the office: Dataflex

Brand story

James Wormald

16.06.2021

As working spaces continue to adapt to the new needs of increasingly flexible workforces, Dataflex’s Viewprime monitor arm system provides a solution that makes the office a place people want to return to.

Powder room: Casalgrande Padana

Brand story

James Wormald

04.06.2021

The new Atelier collection from Italian manufacturer of porcelain-stoneware tiles Casalgrande Padana shows the power of softer colour tones.

Cover story: Morbern Europe

Brand story

James Wormald

27.05.2021

More than 50 years of experience in the production of upholstery fabrics for the contract sector has once again helped Morben earn the title of ‘Best Managed Company’.

Clean sheet: Morbern Europe

Brand story

James Wormald

27.05.2021

Originally developed for the healthcare sector, Morbern Europe’s sustainably produced fabrics today have a far wider range of applications, namely ‘upholstery solutions for the new normal’.

Singing in the rain: Morbern Europe

Brand story

James Wormald

27.05.2021

Morbern Europe's all-weather materials withstand the most extreme of applications – just one of the reasons why premium outdoor furniture manufacturer Extremis chose them.

A new frame of mind: Steelcase Flex Active Frames

Brand story

James Wormald

26.05.2021

Based on a survey of 32,000 people, Steelcase’s latest study – the ‘Work Better Report’ – discovers what workers expect and require from their post-pandemic working environment...

Lights out: Luceplan

Brand story

James Wormald

28.04.2021

In collaboration with a host of designers, Italian lighting specialist Luceplan is launching a number of new collections – all designed with more free-flowing indoor/outdoor spaces in mind.

Show your metal: AGMA

Brand story

James Wormald

23.04.2021

Stainless steel neatly combines two factors that are important in private kitchens – hygiene and ecological compatibility. For implementation, meet Italian metalheads AGMA.

Walk this way: Atlas Concorde

Brand story

James Wormald

21.04.2021

Flooring can be a key tool in visually connecting interiors with outdoor spaces, providing a seamless image. Atlas Concorde shows how.

Horizontal integration: De Padova

Brand story

James Wormald

15.04.2021

Thanks to their unobtrusive form, both the Square 16 and Horizontal sofas by De Padova are perfect for design projects that aim to be uncomplicated, comfortable and reassuring.

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