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  • May 2018

  • Focus: Schools

    • 29 May 2018

    A primary school has expanded upwards to provide more pupil places, while putting fresh air and nature first

    Hepworth Show Garden dazzles at Chelsea

    • 25 May 2018

    A show garden inspired by Barbara Hepworth, classical music, and Cornwall, is winning plaudits from judges and celebrities alike at this year’s RHS Chelsea Flower Show.

    Chelsom launch new collection

    • 24 May 2018

    More than two years of in-house design led by Robert and Will Chelsom has resulted in the launch of Chelsom’s brand new collection, Edition 26.

    Focus: Hospitals

    • 24 May 2018

    Healthcare environments that promote calm and well-being for patients and staff are just what the doctor ordered...

    DesignCurial in Conversation: Timorous Beasties’ Paul Simmons

    We speak to Timorous Beasties co-founder Paul Simmons about wallpapers, what defines design, pushing the perimeters and their latest collaboration with Brintons – the Craigend collection.

    Focus: Embassies

    • 23 May 2018

    Embassy design presents its own challenges, with the need to provide security and protection as well as being welcoming

    One to Watch

    • 23 May 2018

    is Abigail Edwards, a graduate of the Wimbledon School of Art and a designer and producer of unique wallpapers, fabrics and accessories

    Century of the Child: Nordic Design for Children 1900 to Today — review

    The V&A Museum of Childhood’s survey of Nordic design for children since 1900 explores how Scandinavian designers have used play and wonder to put children at the heart of the design of homes, cities and communities

    Focus: Libraries

    • 22 May 2018

    Can great design halt the slide in the use of public libraries and put them back again in the heart of the community?

    Caesarstone launch ground breaking Metropolitan Collection

    • 21 May 2018

    Caesarstone leads the industrial trend with its new Metropolitan Collection. Rough and unpolished, this bold look forms part of the revival of modernism, a rethinking of brutalism and the rekindling of industrial architecture.