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Full of rare and beautiful lettering, Alphabets and Signs is a book like no other

A source of endless inspiration for artists and designers, A2Z+: Alphabets and Signs is the newly updated Redstone bible of found type.
 

The Art of Marrying Old and New in Modern Homes

Vintage and antique pieces continue to be an interior design trend that everyone is talking about - but arranging them within a modern home can prove to be a challenge. We take a look at the different ways that the new and old can work together to cr…
 

Broadgate’s new art installations aim to “re-engage the senses”

Sense of Space, or SOS, is the new art pop up here to save our senses from the boring and mundane.
 

Bulthaup celebrates 30-year anniversary of Wigmore Street showroom

To commemorate the 30-year anniversary of their Central London showroom being open for business, bulthaup have revealed the Wigmore Street store’s re-fit.
 

Actiu’s TNK Flex seating, awarded with the German Design Award

Actiu’s TNK Flex seating, awarded with the German Design Award
 

British Ceramic Tile set to celebrate homegrown design and manufacture at Clerkenwell Design Week

British Ceramic Tile will be opening its showroom doors from 22-24 May inviting visitors to join the team during Clerkenwell Design Week (CDW), as the company dedicates its celebrations to honoring the best of Great British design and manufacture.
 

Social housing goes for gold: 168 rue de Crimée by Metek Architecture

A bold and unusual social housing project in Paris by Metek Architecture has an eye-catching golden exterior — but it’s hidden away in two redesigned off-street courtyards
 

Salone del Mobile 2018: must-see exhibitions and installations

One of the biggest design events in the world, Salone del Mobile.Milano, begins on the 17th of April. In the lead up to this week-long event, DesignCurial share our must see exhibitions and installations at Salone del Mobile for 2018.
 

Continuing an architectural journey: Kettle’s Yard by Jamie Fobert Architects

Kettle’s Yard, the eccentric museum in Cambridge, has undergone a renovation by Fobert that improves accessibility while complementing the museum's existing Victorian vernacular and mid-century modernism
 

Tom Brown brings Cornwall to London

Designed by Holland Harvey Architects, celebrated chef Tom Brown will be opening his new restaurant, Cornerstone, at the end of April.
 



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