• The Invisible Store of Happiness

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    “Why would you want wood to look uniform?” asks innovative furniture maker Sebastian Cox, collaborating with emerging sculptor Laura Ellen Bacon to create an architectural sculpture that challenges preconceived limitations of timber usage.

  • Touch wood: an insight into timber


    Nothing accrues a beautiful patina in the way a timber surface can. While the warmth, durability and availability that has made timber such a popular construction material persist, advances in materials technology have seen some savvy suppliers exploring new ways of using timber in contemporary interiors.

  • Retail therapy: Q+A with Design Clarity


    We chat with managing director Kristina Hetherington about the role of design in a constantly evolving industry and the present and future of the company.

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