Design Relations Top 5 for June

After the great reaction to our last months top design things to do and see we have decided to make it a monthly thing and have pulled together our top five design must sees for June. Share your visits by using #designrelatedmustsee 01. Halo (Installation) Somerset House, 8-27 June. Where: Somerset House. The Edmond J. Safra Fountain Court The Details: Anglo-Korean artist duo Kimchi and Chips has been commissioned by Somerset House to create a new installation for its neoclassical courtyard. Around 200 mirrors will reflect the light of the sun through the mist of Somerset House’s famous fountains to ‘draw’ a shape of light suspended in the air. Bringing the sun down to earth will depend e

Project >> The William Vale Hotel

Architect Albo Liberis Interior Designers Studio Munge Products Bend Goods Bunny Lounge Chair Project Located in the heart of lively Williamsburg, The William Vale is reshaping Brooklyn attracting travellers and locals alike with a refreshing combination of interactive hospitality programs and innovative design. Just opened and already recognised by many as a groundbreaking, Vogue Magazine calls the property The Most Fashionable New Hotel while Harper’s Bazaar describes Studio Munge’s interiors as eye-catching and innovative. Albo Liberis Albo Liberis has designed and partaken in building over 40 ground up and adaptive re-use projects in NYC. Studio Munge Multidisciplinary design firm Stu

Design Related News > Single-use plastics

Via BBC News The European Union is proposing a ban on single-use plastics to help protect marine life. The proposals are aimed at outlawing many commonplace plastic items including straws, cotton buds, cutlery, balloon sticks and drink stirrers. The governing body also wants almost all plastic bottles to be collected for recycling by 2025. The plan will need to be approved by the 28 member states and the European Parliament before it can be passed. The EU estimates that the ban will help: Avoid 3.4 million tonnes of carbon emissions Prevent damage to the environment that would cost the equivalent of €22bn (£19.2bn) by 2030 Save consumers €6.5bn. Read More

Method Recycling in London

Register to the Facilities Show - 19-21 June, 2018 at the Excel, London and pop by stand Q950 to learn all about Open Plan Recycling and how you can integrate an effective recycling system into your workplace projects. The Facilities Show 19-21 June, 2018 Details ExCel London Royal Victoria Dock1 Western Gateway London E16 1XL FM professionals from across the globe will descend on ExCeL London, looking to identify new suppliers and source the latest innovative solutions to address project requirements. Held in association with the British Institute of Facilities Management and world-class real estate firm CBRE, Facilities Show 2018 continues to attract inspirational speakers, contractors

Design Relations Top 5 for May

There is so much going on this month in London that we thought we'd do the research for you and have chosen our top five design-led things to see and do this May. 01. Relay Represents (Design Destination) A new design exhibition.15 - 24 May. Where: 102-108 Clerkenwell Road London EC1M 5SA The Details: Relay represents is a temporary exhibition arranged by Relay Design Agency to coincide with this year's Clerkenwell Design Week. Launched in 2009, Relay has sought out the best in furniture, lighting and product design, aiming to select outstanding contemporary and sustainable design from leading contract brands. Relay represents brings together these brands for the very first time - creating a

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