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28 November 2018

Industrial inspiration

Ideas Lab explores the hidden business value of this era through a multifunctional space with the help of X+Living.

From Works was approached to design a bespoke kitchen within a new extension for a family home in Sheffield where a rock was the inspiration.

The project is the first China branch of the age-old Jazz brand from New York City, the Blue Note Jazz Club. The site is the former American consulate to the Qing dynasty, a landmark project in itself and just a 30-minute walk from the Forbidden Palace in Beijing.

Wutopia Lab was commissioned by Aranya to renovate part of a clubhouse into a restaurant for children. The company hoped to create a neverland for children in a space that was less than 1000m².

28 November 2018

Playful prints

Since founding her multi-award-winning studio in 2014, Anna Glover has received a British Elle Decoration award, House Beautiful Editor’s award and collaborated on a global collection with H&M. Her studio specialises in luxury wallpapers, fashion and creative consultancy and her work is distinctive for its use of storytelling and unique sense of atmosphere.

Designers from Aotta Studio – Tanya Repina, Misha Repin and Alexander Bolma – have created a new acoustic material based on spruce needles.

The North Pennines AONB Partnership commissioned Artist Rob Mulholland to create a temporary visual artwork which was installed at Low Force, responding to the geology of this special part of Teesdale.

28 November 2018

A Film Noir interior

The Jianliju theatre company, in an interesting examination of typology, offers a unique spectator experience where the audience plays an integral part of the performances and productions. As such, the brief for the new premises in Shanghai demanded a careful architectural approach to the relationships between space, event and movement.

The November 2018 edition of Inex.

Kährs have launched a new Riba approved CPD seminar for architects, designers and trade professionals. The seminar, titled ‘Engineered Wood Flooring’ educates on the construction of engineered wood, and how the product can be effectively specified within both domestic and commercial projects. Environmental accreditations, install methods and examples of references are covered within the forty minute seminar.

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