Last month London Design Festival presented the best of British and international design across an array of events and exhibitions. For those who didn’t get a chance to indulge in all that the design industry has to offer, Inex has put together an extensive array of show highlights.

One such design is The Nomad Chair by Danish brand We Do Wood. Launched at designjunction, the design seeks inspiration from the iconic Roorkhee Chair and its 20th century Scandinavian reworkings. The chair is made from bamboo, which is a surprisingly versatile material that has many sustainable benefits – read about these on page 10.

designjunction was also home to the first collection launch from new company WRKBNCH. The group of designers behind the new brand aim to create solutions for urban living. The designs are functional, compact and easy to move. Read about the innovative BOX collection on page 40.

Other highlights within this issue include an exclusive interview with renowned Brazilian interior design architect Brunete Fraccaroli to discuss her recent collaboration with surfacing expert Cosentino, two outstanding Spanish projects by architect Ramón Esteve starting on page 16 and an array of design solutions within this month’s Product Spotlight.

Don’t forget that you can access this resource on the move via Inex’s dedicated app. Simply download for free by searching ‘Inex’ in the App Store or Google Play.

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