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Congratulations to Alfred Johnson, winner of the Table Award in The International Product Design Award 2014

Alfred Johnson successfully won the Table category with MEDUSA.  This bespoke biomorphic dining table pays homage to Greek mythology whilst infusing super-modern biomorphic language. Based on a request by a client for a one of kind dining table, Medusa evolved from a sketch and was developed into interconnecting fluid lines that combined the biomorphic integrity of its presence practical use. With the ever intertwining fluid shapes, each perspective of Medusa gives a new depth to its form. Manufactured in medium density

Congratulations to Munna, winner of the Seating Award in The International Product Design Awards 2014

design et al are pleased to announce a successful win for Munna in the International Product Design Awards 2014. The Hughes Sofa competed in the ‘Seating’ Category. Grand and majestic, the Hughes sofa has a vintage touch, combining noble materials such as wood and metal, while transpiring a feeling of extravagance and singularity. Hughes breaks the symmetry of its back through the gentle swell that follows the smooth line of the body. The Hughes sofa was inspired by the great dreamers

Congratulations to The Silk Gallery, winner of the Fabric Award in The International Product Design Awards 2014

design et al are pleased to announce that The Silk Gallery successfully won the Fabric Award in The International Product Design Awards 2014.  Inspiration for The Safari Collection was the result of a trip in January 2014 to the Okavango Delta in Botswana. This unique African landscape with its prodigious wildlife and unique floodplains left a lasting impression. Walking through these vast plains, the game viewing is spectacular. The designs “Elephant” and “Giraffe” attempt to show these animals as they appeared in

Congratulations to Artwood, winner of the Flooring Award in The International Product Design Awards 2014

Artwood successfully won the Flooring Award In The International Product Design Awards 2014 Artwood uses only select grade European Oak for our flooring, a sustainable species which is used as the canvas for the creation of exquisite finishes, thus avoiding the need to use other, more endangered species of timber. All floors are hand finished in the UK. The different collections together provide a full spectrum of colourways and styles from Classic to Precious Metal inlaid. Exclusive finishing techniques have been developed

Congratulations to Terzani, winner of the Lighting – Pendant/Chandelier Award in the International Product Design Awards 2014

Terzani successfully won the Pendant / Chandelier Award in The International Product Design Awards 2014 Volver,  Breath of New Light by Terzani. Terzani  is known for working with some of the brightest young stars in Italian design.  For its new light, Volver, designer Diego Bassetti and architect Andrea Panzieri of Studio 14, protegés of Bruno Rainaldi, applied their multidisciplinary approach to create Terzani’s first LED suspension light. This geometric design combines thin nickel chains with the latest in LED technology to create a light that is

Further Shortlist Success For Susie Watson Designs In the International Product Design Awards 2014

Susie Watson Designs Enjoy further Shortlist Success for the Fabric Award In The International Product Design Awards 2014 Hydrangea Linen Hydrangeas are Susie’s favourite flowers, and this fabric is her homage to them, it was sketched in her garden.  Susie’s garden is a stunning mix of all varieties of flower and in the summer, is heady with perfume and awash with wildlife, hence the butterflies, which also feature in many of her other designs.  Susie is always surrounded by flowers, inside her house she

Susie Watson Designs Shortlisted In the International Product Design Awards 2014

Susie Watson Designs Are Shortlisted for the Fabric Award In The International Product Design Awards 2014 Rose Linen – By Susie Watson Designs Roses have always been very prevalent in Susie’s sketch book and this design evolved through many different sketching sessions in her garden. The design focuses on the flower, making it feel powerful and strong compared to its stem and the butterflies around it, the effect is something quite regal, like the design on a signet ring or a hallmark. The design is stylised

de Le Cuona Shortlisted In the International Product Design Awards 2014

de Le Cuona Are Shortlisted for the Fabric Award In The International Product Design Awards 2014 Collection Name: Stormy Serenity, by de Le Cuona Inspiration of the design and description of piece: de Le Cuona’s new collection, Stormy Serenity, is a contemporary twist on our favourite cashmeres, velvets, paisleys and linens.  There are five new fabrics in Stormy Serenity, each with a story of their own. Antoinette Inspired by a 17th Century document, Antoinette is a beautiful velvet which has been decorated with real

Congratulations to Light IQ, winner of the Lighting Scheme Award in The International Product Design Awards 2014

Light IQ successfully won the Lighting Scheme Award In The International Product Design Awards 2014 “A Splash Of Luxury” By Light IQ Design Brief: Client wished for a fun filled space that the whole family would use. Dramatic enough to pull the children away from the TV and grown up enough for the parents to entertain. Inspiration Of The Design: The dramatic architecture required a lighting scheme to compliment and enhance the space with enough impact to draw the family from the comfort of

Congratulations to Gosling, winner of the Bespoke Cabinetry Award in The International Product Design Awards 2014

Gosling successfully won the Bespoke Cabinetry Award in The International Product Design Awards 2014 About Gosling Gosling is a bespoke furniture design company whose vision is to combine classical inspiration and exquisite British craftsmanship with ergonomic perfection.  All Gosling furniture is handmade by skilled cabinetmakers and each piece reflects the exceptional level of detail they are trained by Gosling to achieve.  From the choice of timbers and the book matching of woods, to the screw heads lining up along the grain direction, their work