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For its newest fabric, New York-based design studio APPARATUS has partnered with the sophisticated French textile house – Pierre Frey.

The Genoa chair collection, by talented young Designer Cesare Ehr, featuring a stool and a chair with armrests, is also available in an outdoor version.

Whether it’s hotels, restaurants or bars, creating contract interiors that captivate clientele is becoming ever more important.

A luxury home in the prestigious South Kensington district of London has been completely refitted with none other than MEDITE TRICOYA EXTREME (MTX) and MEDITE MR MDF.

Lyndon has introduced a variety of power and data options for its best-selling seating and table collections. Comprised of integral and freestanding power socket and USB ports, these options are available for selected upholstered seating, work booths, desks and tables. Perfect for all areas of the workplace, together with hotel lobbies, retail spaces and airports, they assist the flow of technology and keep electronic devices connected and charged.

Lainston House is a luxury 17th Century hotel, part of the Exclusive Hotels group, situated just outside Winchester. Set in extensive grounds, it offers luxurious suites, fine dining, bespoke meetings and weddings. The loggia was previously an open walkway to the side of the hotel, with little or no practical purpose.

24 April 2019

Exploring Eden

Nature Squared has been at the cutting-edge of sustainability and social responsibility in natural materials for 18 years. Now, as a result of its first designer partnership – with award-winning British Designer Bethan Gray – comes the launch of Exploring Eden.

f22 foto space is an award-winning photography gallery in Hong Kong dedicated to photography and design. Designed by LAAB Architects in collaboration with Carlow Architecture & Design, f22 offers exhibitions, a photo book shop, a camera boutique and a lovely café.

Bover has been working for years to try and improve lighting in the most natural way.

Holy Trinity Church dates back to 1907 when it was built to serve the local community. Use of the building had reduced to a few hours each week and the decision was taken to re-order the church so it could be used for both worship and regular community events.

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