Every Monday we share things that inspire us in the studio, whether it be something to watch, read, listen to or places to visit...
One of Best New Cafe's in the World (yes, you read it right: WORLD) 2018's Finalist. Not convinced yet? Here the details. Your choice is between a house-blend, guest and decaf on espresso, pour-over or a bulk-brew using a second single-origin. It is located next to Mansion House tube station so if you work in the area or are just visiting grab a cup on your way and thank us later.
We were inspired by Indian environmental activist Kamal Meattle's TED talk explaining how to measurably cleaner indoor air with a simple arrangement of three common houseplants.
It's that time of year when we all start to think about sunnier times. Whether you're a seasoned traveller or in need of something to reignite your wanderlust, Suitcase magazines movie picks definitely gave us itchy feet.
Lunch at The Rochelle Canteen must be one of our favourite ways to spend a sunny afternoon. Try the new "Pie and Pint" Menu at the ICA. The same honest Arnold & Henderson's cooking style meets the ICA program. Every Sunday until Winter lasts.
We've been inspired by Interiors giant IKEA's innovate solution to a real environmental issue. Their latest product to combat pollutants in our homes is a mineral coated curtain fabric which works in a similar way to photosynthesis. Developed internationally over several years, this fabric filters micropollutants to help us all breathe a little easier.
Our friends at Paynter Jacket Co. haven't even released a product yet and they are creating waves in the unisex jacket scene. They're also strict advocates of transparent design, responsible sourcing and honest production.
Four designers from London's Royal College of Art have recycled the toxic red mud residue from aluminium production to make a series of terracotta-hued cups, bowls and teapots. The project aims to find the value in "waste" by recycling the industrial by-product into a sustainable alternative to raw materials.