Bringing fun & functionality back into the kitchen
Whether you’re working on a new build or renovating an existing residence, the kitchen is a room that can truly make or break a home. When designing a residential structure, there tends to be a lot of emphasis on form, materials, general aesthetic and (more recently) sustainability goals.
The latest and greatest innovations in sustainable building materials
With each passing year, there are new innovations in sustainable architecture and design, using cutting-edge technologies and materials. What was once considered specialised and niche is quickly becoming an industry standard, bringing with it a plethora of new products to consider when specifying a build.
Lighting the way to better hospitality design
Lighting is often something the average person takes for granted, but as any architect or designer is aware, it makes a huge difference – often changing the entire mood of a room (and the people in it). For example, access to adequate natural lighting (or alternatively, circadian lighting) can help improve our mood and productivity, while also encouraging healthy sleeping patterns.
Modern commercial bathrooms: Where hygiene and aesthetics meet
From offices to hotels, retail spaces, restaurants and even warehouses, there are countless examples of commercial spaces, which, while different in function, face the same key challenge in terms of bathroom design. Namely, designing bathrooms that can meet the hygiene needs of a high-traffic public space while maintaining a cohesive and contemporary design aesthetic.
Residential flooring: A subtle choice with big design impact
When considering a residential design, clients typically have an idea of their preferred size, layout, key materials and general aesthetic. Flooring may not be the first thing that comes to mind, but it’s a crucial factor in bringing together the interior aesthetic of a home.
Building for a new world: Embracing construction’s “circular economy”
When we think about the pioneering industries embracing innovative methods to reduce their environmental impact, construction isn’t necessarily at the top of the list. Instead, we tend to consider construction as being synonymous with waste.