Tamara Houston is the founder of heritage development enterprise ICON MANN, a published author, and an entertainment producer. Together with renowned designer Ini Archibong she co-curated the Pavilion of the African Diaspora, an educational facility at the London Design Biennale.
James founded award-winning, strategy-led creative studio Blond in 2015. Based in the heart of East London, Blond’s team of eight product designers is focused on conscious design, a discipline that dictates that products should be useful (have purpose and positive impact), deliberate (have a strong narrative with no superfluous detail) and aware (leave a legacy for future generations).
Ultrafabrics, the world’s leading animal-free fabric manufacturer, introduces a bold new range of colours in its Volar Bio range. A go-to performance fabric for global brands such as Herman Miller, Jaguar Land Rover, Airstream, Gulfstream and United Airlines, Ultrafabrics continues to show its commitment to building a more sustainable future. These six new colours include rich […]
Crafting a Difference at SoShiro is a physical exhibition of innovative craftsmanship housed in a beautiful Marylebone townhouse. A virtual version of the exhibition will be launched on the 18th January and will run until the 2nd April. Five London-based contemporary craft and visual arts galleries have forged an unprecedented relationship to bring together an […]
Architecture increasingly needs to respond to pressing social concerns including an ageing population, the mounting costs of care for both children and the elderly, and the demand for low-energy, sustainable homes designed to embrace well-being. Our client the pioneering, award-winning practice Sarah Wigglesworth Architects (SWA) has addressed all these issues with an environmentally conscious, multi-generational […]
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We are very proud to now be working with Flos, a bold and innovative lighting brand that never stays still. Flos’ latest collection, Coordinates, has been designed by London-based Michael Anastassiades. Coordinates features a series of interlocking linear LED luminaires inspired by the mathematical precision of the Cartesian grid, illuminated and expanded to three brilliant dimensions. The collection comes in […]