Flooring Design Trends – The UK ‘Flooring Show’ 2018

Flooring Design Trends – The UK ‘Flooring Show’ 2018

During September, our Laura Greenwood brought to life her ideas for an inspirational ‘Trend Hub’ and trend display at the Flooring Show in Harrogate (in the UK), Laura was joined by Laura Trowsdale (confusing?) to ensure that the constant flow of visitors could all have their trend questions answered. Of course, many of those questions were about what would be the key colours of 2019, which patterns would be in-fashion for flooring; but other questions were about materials of the future, retail store design and even one about Exhibition stand design (we liked that one!) …

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Top 5 Designers, Artists & Products at INDEX Dubai

Top 5 Designers, Artists & Products at INDEX Dubai

Earlier this month Phil & I headed out to Dubai for the INDEX exhibition where we were involved in the creation of a Design Hub and Textile Installation, as well as overseeing the seminar programme.  I took some time out on the last day of the exhibition to walk the halls and identify the most innovative work on show.  Today I want to share my 5 favourite finds with you.

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Future Design Trends in Furniture at INDEX – Dubai

Future Design Trends in Furniture at INDEX – Dubai

Next week Phil & I will be heading out to Dubai to prepare for the INDEX exhibition at the Dubai World Trade Centre where we’ll be involved with 3 features at the show including:

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How to reclaim a sense of calm when you’re time poor but design savvy

How to reclaim a sense of calm when you’re time poor but design savvy

In my recent trend seminars and media events I’ve been discussing the new luxuries of Time, Space and Quiet.  Our online & offline lives are busy, crowded and noisy, and nothing is going to change soon about that pace and intensity unless we take control ourselves.

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Workplace Design: ‘Home Office’ = Employee Wellbeing

Workplace Design: ‘Home Office’ = Employee Wellbeing

When we go to work something happens and we rarely notice, it’s a subconscious event that happens, a self-preservation thing. It would take an awful lot of effort, not to mention training & practice to stop, change or control. But, it’s the source of much low-level stress; not a ‘good stress’ type (although I’ve never really believed there is such a thing).

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