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The Seat of Power: a Luke Irwin x Little Halstock collaboration

Award winning rug designer, Luke Irwin, and master cabinet makers, Little Halstock, have collaborated to create a furniture collection that focuses on the changing nature of power.
 

If Only… there could be a house on the horizon

Gensler imagine a place out of time and out of space
 

Learning labs: co-creating a new educational structure

New types of laboratories have been emerging across Europe, breaking away from traditional academic practice and encouraging a hands-on, transdisciplinary approach to learning. Is this the model of future education?
 

XSquare a new furniture range from Duravit – Contemporary Style, Elegant Design

In this fast paced, rapidly moving world the ability to relax and unwind is becoming harder to achieve. Duravit, have always, maintained that the key to any success, is in part due to relaxation, they understand that this is when creative thoughts …
 

Royal Opera Arcade Gallery host Lot 5 Collective’s newest exhibition

Lot 5 Collective will be presenting their fourth exhibition, Face Value, at the Royal Opera Arcade Gallery, London, from the 8 – 17th November 2018.
 

Light + Tech: Sculptural Fittings

As smaller, more powerful sources free up the design of light fittings, they have increasingly become more svelte, sinuous and sculptural, in some cases bordering on art, reports Jill Entwistle
 

DesignCurial in Conversation: Linowes Design Associates

We speak to Elyse Linowes, the founder of multi-family housing design firm Linowes Design Associates, to find out more about her unique practice.
 

Perkins + Will give Shell’s distinctive tower a facelift

Oil giant Shell has had a presence on London’s South Bank for more than 50 years. Now its distinctive Tower building is undergoing a major four-year facelift. Cathy Hayward donned a hard hat and went to talk to the team involved
 

Is that a razor in your pocket? (or are you going to design the same old stuff as last time)

Neil Usher, author of the new book The Elemental Workplace, explains what an elemental workplace means to the A&D community
 

Is that a razor in your pocket? (or are you going to design the same old stuff as last time)

Neil Usher, author of the new book The Elemental Workplace, explains what an elemental workplace means to the A&D community
 



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