In today’s commercial furniture market, the big players are fighting over the up and coming design labels in a race to become a lifestyle brand.
Within 5 years, complex computer algorithms could define our architecture, interiors and furniture schemes. But can they win a Pritzker Prize…?
Ok, so I’ll just check Twitter. And Sky News. And the weather. Oh I didn’t reply to that whatsapp message from earlier. Wait, what was it that I was actually going to do… oh yeah […]
Featuring Ralph Capper. We live in unprecedented times. As we gently throttle our planet to death with a tactical mix of pollution, destruction of ecosystems and plain ignorance, a number of free thinkers among us […]
IBM are perhaps the most recent Blue Chip to abandon the home office. In a recent policy change, employees are now required to work from regional offices, or seek alternative employment. Ironic, seeing as IBM […]
There I was nursing a pint at a friend’s charity launch event, when the host offers to introduce me to a furniture designer who happens to be his neighbour…
Fresh back from Salone del Mobile 2017, I take a look at some of the things that caught my eye… from 80’s pop art to Japanese calm…
The sharing revolution has changed the planet. The way we call a cab, how we holiday, work and live. We now stream films and music, sharing the cost of ownership with monthly prescriptions. Why can’t we share design?
Over recent decades, led by globalisation, many of our cities have seen green spaces dwindling. This is set to change…
Google King’s Cross Office opens and the tech industry continues apace. So why are their interiors going backwards….?