In the great tradition of CDW the dotted around exhibitions sponsored by various manufacturers were all about intersections and screw-less sculptures. Corian showcased a CNC-cut structure made of intersected panels resembling a card castle interlocked with slotted timber pieces.
Other highlights included a fish scale inspired pavilion designed by Giles Miller on St Johns square for brand Shinola Detroit which was a throwback to his 2016 installation for British Ceramic Tile. For the brave you could try and climb the so-called vertical conversation tower by Jonas Van Put at the Spa Fields park. It offers great views to people from below!
Business as usual we have seen the latest product launched by Bang & Olufsen at Fabric, a sound system that we are going to be using in our next project- coming soon! The design is a simple combination of hexagons with speakers, amplifier and sound absorber, the rest is free for imagination and beauty. Available in store this summer!
On the look out for copper glamour, we weren’t disappointed with our latest find. From lamps by Bert Frank to taps by The Watermark Collection and stools at OB&B… all to be considered when specing furniture for upcoming projects.
And again, if you don’t slap some palm trees around, real or graphic all over your products, materials, wall-paper, t-shirts, cups, house… you are not in season!