Maybe our claim is a little bold, but we truly believe things should be designed for sustainability. Design defines how material objects look and feel and how they are used. If sustainability is taken into account at the very beginning — in the design phase — the products we use, and the spaces we live in, can influence our way of living to be more sustainable. Is contemporary design taking sustainability into account? Where better to look than at Clerkenwell Design week, the renowned design festival that brings together the latest innovations by some of the best creative forces and encompasses the true spirit of the design community.
Sustainability is the name of the game in 2021, with businesses being judged just as much (if not more) for their commitment to protecting the environment as they are for their financial potential. Therefore, eco-conscious design is a hot topic among contemporary commercial developers. In order to make an office space more environmentally friendly, give […]
Sustainability and circular economy are top of mind for manufacturers and consumers but what does that mean for material scientists, engineers, and designers? How might we best address these issues? Wednesday, February 24th / 11am EST, join Material ConneXion, Dr. Andrew Dent, and Giulio Bonazzi for an insightful conversation on material topics. The webinar is […]
by Skylar Ross The year 2020 saw the home office transform from a type of “bonus” room in some homes to an absolute essential space in modern residences. Therefore, designing home offices that are conducive to productivity is a focal point in many contemporary renovation projects. As balancing the functional requirements of an office space […]
The Shiny Objects collection by Delos is a new line of on-trend custom rugs ideal for intimate spaces such as stairs, closets, boats, and private planes that necessitate unique shapes and excellent wearability. The series of ten on-trend textures are made from eco-friendly New Zealand wool that has been infused with shimmering details and metallic […]
Two ECONYL® products among the honorees and one winner at the Best of Year Awards by Interior Design
This year’s the Best of Year Interior Design 2020 Awards ceremony was virtual and took place on DesignTV by SANDOW, presented by Pottery Barn. For each award category, there are five honorees and one winner. We are very honored to have three products made with ECONYL® regenerated nylon on the list. This speaks not only […]
Born in Tom Dixon’s 80’s London workshop, the S Chair continues to shapeshift and find new adaptations and interpretations. For London Craft Week 2020 Tom Dixon team invited Peju Obasa, a London knitwear designer specialised in crochet and up-cycled materials. She chose ECONYL® regenerated nylon to re-imagine the iconic S Chair. Reusing an early S […]